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THE 



CHURCH PRAISE BOOK, 



<A Selection of jiymns and | unes 



CHRISTIAN WORSHIP. 



EDITED BV 



MELANCTHON WOOLSEY 'STRYKER, 



HUBERT PLATT MAIN. 



TONIC SOL-FA EDITION, 

EDITED BY 

THEODORE F.SEWARD. 



BIGLOW & MAIN, NEW YORK AND CHICAGO. 



Copyright 1881, by BIGLOW & MAIN. 
Copyright 1882, by BIGLOW & MAIN. 
Copyright 1887, by BIGLOW & MAIN. 



NOTICE. — Many hymns and tunes in this collection, not elsewhere speci- 
fied, as well as adaptations of hymns and tunes, and arrangements of music, 
are the copyright property of the publishers, and must not be used without 
their written consent. 



PREFACE. 



'HIS manual is offered to the Church as a compact hand-book for 
c^^ the united praise of the entire congregation — "young men and 
maidens, old men and children." 

It is a critical selection from the ever enriching store of Christian 
song; — not a library. It is believed, however, that its seven hundred 
and twenty-eight hymns will abundantly meet all the requirements of 
public worship, and be found, in many themes, exceptionally rich. 

The music, widely chosen, is neither frigid nor flippant, but lovable, 
and, because devout, enduring. 

The book is an advance, but a conservative one ; by no means pre- 
suming against the resonant memories of the American Church, nor, 
with a startling originality, disjoining the wedded hands of old and 
cherished adaptations. It, however, contains much more music than 
any similar collection, and, with what is familiar and precious, is blend- 
ed the stately river-flow of the noblest German chorals, and the best of 
the modern, but already classic, English church-songs, whose purity 
and fervor are deep wells of worship, and whose clear melody and 
decisive movement will rapidly endear them to the very children. 

We venture to say that an honest study will find none of the book 
impracticable or uninteresting. 

Great labor has been given to secure the utmost accuracy in the 
authorial data. We believe that, in this regard, no similar American 
book can show more scrupulous editing. 

Familiarity of use will find the indices sufficient for a book of these 
contents; the simple but careful classification, with the clear page-head- 
ings, rendering superfluous an array of stanza-lines, topics, scripture 
texts, etc. 

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The symmetrical page, with its type distinct even to aged eyes; 
the presence of its suitable tune with each hymn; the convenient size; 
the careful presswork; the durable binding and the moderate cost ; are 
subordinate but cumulative pleas for favor. 

Acknowledgment is hereby made to Oliver Ditson & Co., A. S. 
Barnes & Co., and others, for authority to print a number of copyright 
tunes. Thanks are rendered to Houghton, Mifflin & Co. for the use 
of two hymns by Oliver Wendell Holmes, LL.D. ; and to Ray Palmer, 
D.D., Edwin F. Hatfield, D.D., Wm. H. Walter, D.Mus., Nathan B. 
Warren, D. Mus., S. Burt Saxton, Max Piutti, and others, for 
use of their hymns and tunes, and for many gracious suggestions. 

We beg leave to suggest the desirability of having an active and 
well-trained chorus choir, and of holding stated meetings for the 
musical drill of the entire congregation ; and we would urge a hearty 
interest in the book at all the firesides of the churches using it. 

We submit our labor of love to all Christian people, as heartily 
Evangelical and Catholic; and pray Him "who inhabits the praises 
of Israel," that He will own and bless it to the fostering of His worship 
by "ALL THE PEOPLE." 

M. WOOLSEY STRYKER, 
HUBERT P. MAIN. 
Sept. 1881. 

THE PUBLISHERS have issued an edition of the Church Praise Book 
in the Tonic Sol-fa notation in response to a demand that is constantly 
becoming more urgent. I have great pleasure in commending the book 
to the rapidly enlarging circle of singers who are being musically created and 
trained by means of the Tonic Sol-fa notation. The suggestion of the third para- 
graph on this page can be carried out by the Tonic Sol-fa edition to an extent 
that has been found impossible with the staff. The admirable variety of the 
musical selections, the judicious proportion of old and new, and the blending of 
the popular style with that of the more classical form, will, I am sure, afford a 
valuable element of culture in the evangelical churches of America. 

THEODORE F. SEWARD. 

December, 1887. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



HYMNS. 

Morning and Evening, 2-20 I Consecration, 440 -464 

The Lord's Day, 21- 54 Submission 465-491 

The House of God, 55- 72 The Ministry, 492-494 

The Trinity, 73- S5 The House of God, 495-498 

God the Father, 86-136 Baptism, 499-502 

Jesus Christ, 137-152 I The Lord's Supper 5°3-549 

The Advent, 153—157 Childhood, 55°-56i 

The Nativity, 158-177 Wedlock, 562 

His Ministry, 178-182 The Year, 563-568 

The Cross, 183-191 I Harvest, 559-577 

His Resurrection, 192-208 I National, 578-582 

His Ascension, 209-212 j Fasting Days 583-585 

The Ascended Lord, 213-219 The Church, 586-590 



The Royal Priest, 220-228 

The Holy Ghost, 229-246 

The Inspired Scriptures, 247-253 

Need of Christ, 254-261 

Salvation, 262-287 

Repentance, 288-305 

Penitence, 306-327 

Faith, 328-369 

Love, 370-402 

Hope, 403-425 

Prayer, 426-439 



All Saints, 591-603 

Revival, 604-609 

Missions, 610-636 

Labor, 637-642 

Aspiration, 643-645 

Death, 646-664 

Resurrection 665-671 

The Second Advent, 672-692 

The Last Judgment, 693-698 

Heaven, 699-726 

Eternity, 727 



OUR Father, which art in Heaven, Hallowed be thy name. 
Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done in Earth, as it is in Heaven. 
Give us this day our daily bread. 
And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. 
And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from Evil. 
For Thine is the Kingdom, and the Power, and the Glory, forever. 

Amen. 



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Believe in One God, the Father Almighty, Maker of Heaven 
and earth, and of all things visible and invisible : and in One Lord 
Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God, Begotten of His Father 
before all worlds ; God of God, Light of JLight, Very God of Very God, 
Begotten, not made, being of one substance with the Father : By Whom 
all things were made ; Who for us men and for our salvation, came down 
from Heaven, and was incarnate by the Holy Ghost of the Virgin Mary, 
and was made Man ; And was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate. 
He suffered and was buried; and the third day He rose again accord- 
ing to the Scriptures : and ascended into heaven, and sitteth on the right 
hand of the Father; And He shall come again with glory, to judge both 
the quick and the dead; Whose kingdom shall have no end. 

And I believe in the Holy Ghost, The Lord and Giver of Life, Who 
proceedeth from the Father and the Son, Who with the Father and the 
Son together is worshipped and glorified, Who spake by the Prophets. 
And I believe one Catholic and Apostolic Church. I acknowledge one 
Baptism for the remission of sins; And I look for the Resurrection of 
the dead, and the Life of the world to come. Amen." 



THE 



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2 When the Everlasting Word, 
Cradled Babe, — "Arm of the Lord," 
Led a brighter, holier day, 
By the Star of Bethlehem's ray ; 
Then again the heavenly throng, 
Poured a flood of thrilling song, 
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Earth with Alleluias rang ! 



3 With a glad, harmonious voice, 
All adoring hearts rejoice ; 
Heaven-taught, evermore, they raise 
Hymns of faith, and love, and praise ; 
Till shall break that purest morn 
When, the Eai'th and Heaven new-born, 
Angel songs with saints' shall blend 
Alleluias without end. Amen. 

M. Woolsey Stryker, 1880 



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2 Wake, and lift up thyself, nay heart 
And with the angels bear thy part, 
Who, all night long, unwearied sing 
High praise to the eternal King. 



3 If, on our daily course, our mind 
Be set to hallow all we find, 
New treasures still, of countless price, 
God will provide for sacrifice. 



3 All praise to Thee, who safe has kept, 4 The trivial round, the common task, 
And hast refreshed me, whilst I slept ; Will furnish all we need to ask, 
Grant, Lord! when I from death shall wake, Room to deny ourselves, a road 
I may of endless light partake. To bring us daily nearer God. 



4 Lord ! I my vows to Thee renew ; 
Disperse my sins as morning dew ; 
Guard my first springs of thought and will, 
And with Thyself my spirit fill. 

5 Direct, control, suggest, this day, 
All I design, or do, or say ; 

That all my powers, with all their might, 
Iu Thy sole glory may unite. 

Thomas Ken, 1697, a. 

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New every morning is the love 
Our waking and uprising prove ; 
Thro sleep and darkness safely brought, 
Restored to life, and power, and thought. 

2 New mercies each returning day, 
Hover around us while we pray ; 
New perils past, new sins forgiven, 
New thoughts of God, new hopes of heaven, 



5 Only, O Lord ! in Thy dear love 
Fit us for perfect rest above ; 
And help us, this and every day, 
To live more nearly as we pray. 

Joint Keble, 1827. 



My God 1 how endless is Thy love ! 

Thy gifts are every evening new ; 
And morning mercies from above 

Gently distill, like early dew. 

2 Thou spread' st the curtains of the night, 
Great Guardian of my sleeping hours ! 

Thy sovereign word restores the light, 
And quickens all my drowsy powers. 

3 I yield my powers to Thy command ; 
To Thee I consecrate my days ; 

Perpetual blessings, from Thy hand, 
Demand perpetual songs of praise. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



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2 Holy, holy, holy ! all the saints adore Thee, 

Casting down their golden crowns around the glassy sea; 
Cherubim and Seraphim falling down before Thee, 
Which wcrt, and art, and evermore shalt be. 

3 Holy, holy, holy! though the darkness hide Thee, 

Though the eye of sinful man Thy glory may not see ; 
Only Thou art holy: there is none beside Thee, 
Perfect in power, in love, and purity. 

4 Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty! 

All Thy works shall praise Thy name, in earth, and sky, and sea : 
Holy, holy, holy! merciful and mighty; 

God in Three Persons, blessed Trinity! Amen. 

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2 Oh! like the sun, may I fulfill 
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With ready mind, and active will, 

March on, and keep my heavenly way. 

3 But I shall rove and lose the race, 
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Thy threatenings just, Thy promise sure, 
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5 Give me Thy counsel for my guide, 
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All my desires and hopes beside 

Are faint, and cold, compared with this. 

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2 Much of my time has run to waste, 
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3 I lay my body down to sleep, — 
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4 Thus, when the night of death shall come, 
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2 Forgive me, Lord ! for Thy dear Son, 
The ill that I this day have done ; 
That with the world, myself, and Thee, 
I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. 

3 Teach me to live, that I may dread 
The grave as little as my bed : 
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Rise glorious at the awful day. 

4 Oh ! may my soul on Thee repose, 
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Sleep, that shall me more vig'rous make, 
To serve my God when I awake. 

5 When in the night I sleepless lie, 
My soul with heavenly thoughts supply : 
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, 

No powers of darkness me molest. 

Thomas Ken, 1697. a. 



O Jesus, Lord of heavenly grace, 
Thou Brightness of Thy Father's face, 
Thou Fountain of eternal light, 
Whose beams disperse the shades of night ! 

2 Come, holy Sun of heavenly love ! 
Send down Thy radiance from above, 
And to our inmost hearts convey 
The Holy Spirit's cloudless ray. 

3 Oh ! hallowed thus be every day ! 
Let meekness be our morning ray, 
And faithful love our noon-day light, 
And hope our sunset, calm and bright. 

4 Christ ! with each returning morn, 
Thine image to our hearts is borne ; 
Oh ! may we ever clearly see 

Our Saviour and our God in Thee I 

Lat., Ambrose, 390. 

Tr., John Chandler, 1837. 



IffliomirxQ <xnb ®ucnin0. 



IO Temple 




8s & 4s. 








Edward J. Hopkins, 1867. 


Key D. 










/ 


n In |f In 


n I r |r Id 


1 I— 


|s I r 


n I— 


I— :— 


I 


d : tl |d :d 


t. :t, it, id 


d I— 


Id It, 


d I— 


1— :— 




God that mad - est 

s : s i : s 


earth and heav-en, 

s If |f In 


Dark - 
f In 


ness and 
|r I s 


light ! 
s I— 


1 • 




d :d |d id 


s, Is, 1 1, I 1, 


ii :- 


|S| I s. 


d I— 


1 — 1 — 


t 


n In |f In 


n I r |d In 


i :— 


|s I fe 


s I— 


I • 


\ 


d Id |d Id 


t, It, |d Id 


n I— 


|d Id 


ti I- 


I— :— 


1 


Who the day for 

s Is 1 Is 


toil hast giv - en, 
se I se 1 1 11 


For 
1 I— 


rest the 
|1 I 1 


night ; 
S I — 


1 • 


\ 


d Id |d Id 


n In 1 1, 11, 


d I— 


|r I r 


S, I — 


1 — • — 




s Is |d> It 


t 11 |s In 


n I n 


1 Is 


S I f 


|f In 




r I r s Is 


s If |r Id 


d Id 


Id Id 


d Id 


|r I r 




May Thine an - gel - 
t It |d< Id 1 


guards de - fend us, 
d 1 Id 1 | s Is 


Slumber 

d' It 


sweet Thy 
|1 In 


mer - cy 
n I 1 


send us, 
|t It 




s If pi In 


f 11, It, Id 


d Id 


|f In 


i. :i. 


se, I se. 




n In | f In 


r 


11 |t Id 1 


s I— |f I 


r 


d I— 


1- :- 


f In 




d Id | de I de 


r 


I r |r Id 


d I- |t, I 


t, 


d I— 


1— :— 


d Id 




Ho - ly dreams and 

i : i u :i 


ho 
1 


jesat - tend us, 
11 |f If 


This live-long 

n I— |r If 


night, 
n I— 


I- :- 


A - men 

1 Is 




1, 11 |s Is 


f 


If |r Ir 


s, I 


- Is, I 


S| 


d I— 


1- :- 


f, Id 



2 And when morn again shall call us 

To run life's way, 
May we still, whate'er befall us 

Thy will obey. 
From the power of evil hide us, 
In the narrow pathway guide us, 
Nor Thy smile be e'er denied us 

The livelong day. 



3 Guard us waking, guard us sleeping, 

And when we die, 
May we in Thy mighty keeping 

All peaceful lie : 
When the last dread call shall wake us, 
Do not Thou our God forsake us, 
But to reign in glory take us 

With Thee on high. Amen. 

V. 1, Reginald Heier, 1827. 
V. 2, William Mercer, 1864. 
V. 3, Richard Wkatcly, i860. 



im 



orrnri0 ctn 



b © 



oemrig. 



I I St. Vincent. 

Key Et?. 



to 
I s 



: s 


s 


: fe 


: n 


n 


: re 


Great 


God, 




: s 


S 


: i 


:d 


d 


:— 



L. M. 

pi : 

d 

Thee 
S 

d : 



:d 
:d 

my 

: s 



Fk. Sigismund Neukomm. 1831. 



'.- A '. pi .r 

TTTa, :s7a, 



even 

s : - .ti :d^f 

s, :— : s. 



r 


:d 


t. 


:d 


sonsj, 
f 


.' pi 


d 


. — 



:d 

:d 

With 

: pi 
:d 



s 


: f 


: pi 


d 1 


: t 


: 1 


PI 


: r 


:d 

- ble 


pi 


: r 


:d 


hum 


- 


grat 


- 


i 


S 


: t 


:d> 


pi 


: se 


: 1 


d 


:— 


:d 


1, 


: ti 


:d 



s 

t, .d 


: pi .r 


tude 
r .1 


:d' .t 


r 


:— 



ie.l 


I Is 


d 


d : t 


1 

1 .fe 
r 


raise : 

fe : s 

S| '.— 



: t, 

o 

'. s 



r 
t, 

let 



: f 



. pi 

:de 

Thy 
IS .1 



s 


: f 


PI 


: r 


mer 


- 


1 


'. — 


r 


I — 



. r 

:t, 

: s 

I Si 



PI 


: s 


d 


:— 


tune 




S 


: ta 


d 


• rn, 



:f .r 
: d~TT , 

my 
: 1 .f 



s, .— 
tongue, 
PI I r 



Si .— 



t, 


d 


I r 


S| 


S| 


' ti 


And 

r 


fill 
n 


: f 


S| 


d 


:— 



. PI 
Id 
my 
I S 

: ta, 



f 



: s 



d :- 

heart 

f^ J_n 

l, : s 



1 


s .d : pi 


d 


d :— 


with 


live 


re 


PI '. s 


fe, 


s, :— 



r 
t, 

iy 
f 

Si 



r : 


d 


t, : 


d 


praise 

f : 


P) 


d. : 


— 



S7\ 

:d 

:s, 

men. 

In 

:d. 



2 Seal my forgiveness in the blood 
Of Jesus ; His dear name alone 

I plead for pardon, gracious God ! 
And kind acceptance at Thy throne. 

3 Let this bless'd hope mine eyelids close ; 
With sleep refresh my feeble frame ; 

Safe in Thy care may I repose, 

And wake with praises to Thy name. 



Anne Steele, 1760. 



^MLovrxiriQ ctnb ©oerimg. 



2 l\v 


night 


. < 


)S 


& 5s 






Joseph Barney, 1868. 


Key Ab. 














s, : s. 


Is, 


:s. 




s, :— is, :— 


1, 


: i. 


|se, : l,.t. 


Pli '. Pl| 


|r> 


:ni_ 


•h 


n, :— |n, :— 


Pli 


in, 


hi • "i ) 


Now the 


day 


is 




o - - - ver, 


Night 


is 


draw - ing > 


d : d 


It, 


: t, 




d :— id :— 


d 


:d 


It, :r i 


d : s. 


It, 


• S| 




d : s, n, I d. 


1 2 


:d, 


In, : n, / 


ii :— 


Id 


; — 




d :- .d |t, : l. 


S| 


; — 


Is, :— v 


n, :— 


1- 


:— 




pii :- .pi| | f e i : fe. 


S| 


:— 


Is, :- J 


nigh, 








Shad - ows of the 


eve 


- 


ning > 


d : pi 


H 


: s 




fe : 1, |r : d 
r, :- .r, |r, : r, 


t, 

s, 
eve - 


: f, 

niug 


Id :- 


i, :- 


1- 


• — 


|rii : nai ' 
Steal a- 


S| I- 


•S| |s. 




• s i 


s, :- l- 


• 




1, Is, 


f, :- 


•t, If, 




:f, 


pi, :— i— 


:— 




f, :n. 


Steal 


a - cross 


the 


sky. 






A - men. 


d :t, 


U, 




:t, 


d :- i- 


:— 




d Id 


ri :— 

cross 


1- 




the 


d, :- |- 

sky. 


• — 


# 


f, :d, 










2 Jesi 
Cal 

With 
Ma 


is, give the weary 
in and sweet repose, 
Thy tend'rest blessing 
y our eyelids close. 









3 When the morning wakens, 

Then may I arise 
Pure, and fresh, and sinless, 

In Thy Holy Eyes. 



Sabine Baring-Gould, 1865, ab. 



*3 



Brown, c. m. 



Key Bfc». 
d 



pi, 

love 
S, 

di 



.- .r I pi 

:- .f, Is, 

to steal 

I- .S, |S, 

I- .d, |d, 



• s, 

a 

Id 

In, 



1, 

f, 

while 

d 

f, 



Wm. B. Bhadbuky, 1844. 



Id 
II, 

way 

Id 



.1, If, 



: 1, 
:f. 

From 
Id 

:f, 



©x>eTrm0. 



S| 


: s, |d : pi 


r 


:— 


1- :s, 


PI 


:- .r |d 


:n * 


n. 


• r, |S| : s. 


s, :— 


1- :s, 


S| :- .S| s. 


:., 


ev 
d 


- 'ry cumbering 

:t, |d :d 


care, 

ti :- 


And 

1- :t, 


spend the hours 

d :- .t, |d 


of 


s l 


:si.f, in, : d. 


s, :— 


1- :s, 


di :- -r. In, 


:d, ) 


r 


:- .d 1, :d .1 


i 


s, : d 


It, :r 


d :— 


1- 


f, 


:- -f, If. :i, .i 


i 


D| ! ni| 


|r, :f, 


pi, :— 


1- 


set 
1, 


ting day lu 

:- .1, id :d 




hum - ble, 

d : s. 


grate - ful 

Is, :s. 


prayer. 

s, :— 


1- 


ii 


:- .f. If. :f, 




s, :s, 


|s 2 . s 2 




d, :- 


1- 



2 I love in solitude to shed 
The peuitential tear, 

And all His promises to plead, 
Where noue but God can hear. 

3 I love to think on mercies past, 
Aud future good implore, 

And all my cares and sorrows cast 
On Him whom I adore. 

4 I love by faith to take a view 
Of brighter scenes iu heaven; 

The prospect doth my strength renew, 
While here by tempests driven. 

5 Thus, when life's toilsome day is o'er, 
May its departing ray 

Be calm as this impressive hour, 
And lead to endless day! 

Phoebe H. Brown, 181S 



*4 



The twilight falls, the night is near, 

I fold my work away, 
Aud kneel to One who bends to hear 

The story of the day. 

2 The old, old story; yet I kneel 

To tell it at Thy call, 
And cares grow lighter as I feel 

That Jesus knows them all. 



3 Thou knowest all: I lean my head; 
My weary eyelids close; 

Content and glad awhile to tread 
This path, since Jesus knows. 

4 And He has loved me: all my heart 
With answering love is stirred, 

And every anguished pain and smart 
Finds healing in the word. 

5 So here I lay me down to rest, 
As nightly shadows fall, 

Aud lean confiding on His breast 
Who knows and pities all. 



15 



Unknown 



How sweet, thro long-remembered years, 
His mercies to recall, [fears, 

And, pressed with wants, and griefs, and 
To trust His love for all. 

2 How sweet to look in thoughtful hope, 
Beyond this fading sky, 

And hear Him call His children up 
To His fair home on high. 

3 Calmly the day forsakes our heaven, 
To dawn beyond the west: 

So let my soul, in life's last even, 



Retire to glorious rest. 



Leonard Bacon, 1845. 



<s 



X>CTTtlT0. 



1 6 St. Leonard, c. 



M. 



Key G. 



,:d 

) :s ' 

The 

: n 
:d 



. r 

: ti 

Up 

: s 



• s i 

Be- 
Id 



>. s 

t. 

Look 
f 



r : f | pi 
1, :d |d 
shad - ows of 

f :i is 

d :d Id 



r 
d 

the 

fe 

d 



v :-.d|d :d 
t, :-.d|d :d 

eve - ning hours Fall 

f I- .n |n : pi 

d :-.d|d :i, 



pi : s |f : pi 

d : ta, |1, : ta, 

on the fra-grance 

s : n if : s 

d :d Id :d 



l, :t, id :d 
ti :s, i s, : i, 

fore Thy throne,0 

d : r |d In 

f, : f, in, : i. 



s : ta i : pi 

d : pi | pi : de 

on Thy chil-dren 

pi is |s : s 

d, Id de I 1, 



:-.r |r : d 

:-.iiHi :i, 

the rlow'rs The 
:-.f|f Ina 
:-.fi|f. Me 



r : r |n : pi 

d :t, |d :d 

Lord of heav'nlWe 

i : s s : s 

f, :s, |d :d 



ritard. 

s : f i pi : r 
de '. r | de '. r 

from on high, And 
PI I f |S : 1 
r :r, | n, : f, 



from the dark'uing 
1 .'r |1 :r 
f, If, |fe, : fe, 



d :d id :t, 

s, :s, is, :s, 

dews of eve - ning 

r :pi |f : f 

s, : s, | s ( : s, 



pi : pi | fe : fe 

r :d |d :d 

kneel at close of 

se : i 1 1 : i 

t, : 1, |r :r, 



Henry Hiles. 



r :— 
tl '•— 

sky; 
r '.— 

S| :— 



ti :— 

day; 

s : r 



Si 



d :d 


m :t, 


d 


S| : fe. 


If. :f, 


PI, 


hear us 


while we 


pray 


pi : pia 


|r : r 


d 


Si : s, 


l*i :s, 


d, 



2 The sorrows of Thy servants, Lord 

Oh, do not Thou despise : 
But let the inceuse of our prayers 

Before Thy mercy rise. 
The brightness of the coming night 

Upon the darkness rolls ; 
With hopes of future glory chase 

The shadows from our souls. 



3 Slowly the rays of daylight fade ; 

So fade within the heart • 

The hopes in earthly love and joy 

That, one by one, depart ; 
Slowly the bright stars, one by one, 

Within the heavens shine ; 
Give us, O Lord ! fresh hopes in heaven, 

And trust in things divine. 

Adelaide Anne Procter, 1858. 



<3 



vening. 



1 7 Lux Benigna. p. 

Key At?. 



• s, : d .r 


pi ,,pi I r .d : 1, .d 


1. 


Is, 


I— 


.S| : s, .s. 


S| .,PI| I f| .S| I S| .f| 


f, 


Is, 


I— 


Lead, kindly 


Light, a-mid th' en-circling 


gloom, 






.n In .1 


pi .,d I d .d I d .d 


d 


I pi 


I f 


.d Id .d 


d .,d, I P| .pi, I f, .1, 


d 


I— 


I r 



d 

S, 

Lead 

s 

pi 



: t. 



J. B. Dykes, 1868. 



Id 

I S| Is, .PI, 

Thou me 

I f I n .d 

Ir Id - 



It, 



,S| I d .r 


pi .,pi Ir .d Il| .d 


1| IS| 


I— 


s, 


Id I 


- -t. 


t, 


Id 


.S| I S| .S| 


S,.,P1,If, .s, Is, .f, 


f i I pi, 


I— 


pi, 


I S| I 


- .|i 


S| 


I— 


The night is 


dark, and I am far from 


home, 




Lead 


Thou 


me 


on. 




.f If .f 


pi .,d Id .d Id .d 
d ,,d,Ir, .pi| If, .1| 


d :— 

d Id, 


In, 


d 

s. 


I Pi I 
I s, I 


- ,r 

- -s, 


f 


I ri 


.s, 11, .t. 


s, 


Id 



Eb. t. 




I S 

Id 


s .1 Is .f 

d .d :Ti~~ 


I 


do not ask 


I pi 


PI .PI I f 


Id 


S, .s, I S, 



f. A J?. 



pi .r 


ds, 

ds, 


In, If 


to 
f 


nt. 


Id Ir 


s, 


ds, 


I— I— 



pi I r Id 

pi, If, I s, .se 

The dis - tant 

d I 1|_^, I d 

d| I T| I n, 



d I- .d I t,.l, 

1, I- .1, Is, .f, 

scene; one step e- 

d I- .1, It, .d 

f. :- .f, :fi.fi 



s, : 


d 


nil : 


B| 


nough 




d I 


n 


s, I 


— 





/T\ 


/T\ 


<TS 


• t, 


t, Id . 


d 


Id 


•ii 


f , : pi, . 


f. 


I pi, 


for 


me. 


A 


- men 


.r 


r Id . 


I, 


Is, 


• s, 


s, Id,. 


f, 


Id, 



I I was not ever thus, nor prayed that Thou 3 So long Thy power has blest me, sure it 
Shouldst lead me on ; Will lead me on [still 

[ loved to choose and see my path ; but now O'er moor and fen, o'er crag and torrent, 
Lead Thou me on. The night is gone, [till 

I loved the garish day; and, spite of fears, And with the morn those angel faces smile, 

Pride ruled my will: remember not past Which I have loved long since, and lost 
years. awhile. Amen. 

yohn H. Newman, 1833. 



© 



%>ertm0. 



1 8 Last Beam. p. 



Key D. 
n \— |m In 

d :— |d :d 

Fad - ing, still 

s :— |s is 

d I— |d Id 

f :-ji |f :r 

r I-.d ~|r It, 

day is de- 

s :— is is 



s, :— is, is 



d'l— |1 Ir 1 

n I— |r Ir 
-ta - tionaud 
1 I — | fe Ife 
l,I-|r Ir 



n I— |s If 
d ;— | pi Ir 

fad - ing, the 

s I— |s Is 
d I— |d ;d 

f I— |n I— 
r :— "id :— 

clin - ing; 

s :— is :— 
d ":— Td :— 



t :— is is 

r I — |r Ir 

dan- ger walk 



:- Is 
:-|t, 



f :-.n|f :r 

r I-.d|r It, 



last beam is 
s I— |s Is 
s,I— |s, Is, 

s I — |n Ipi 
pi I— |d Id 

Safe - ty and 

s I — |s Is 
d I— |d Id 

1 Id 1 |r Ife 
pTT^- |t, Id 

forth with the 
s I— |s II 
d I— |r Ir 



f I— |n I— 

r ":— "|d :— 

shin - ing ; 

s I— s I— 

d :— "fd" :— 



d'l-.s |s Is 
n l-.n |n In 



in - no - cence 

s I-.d'|d' Id' 

di-dldTd" 



s I— |s Is 
t| I— I pi In 

night ; From the 
S I— |S Is 

s, I— |s, IS| 



Portuguese. 



d'l— |t Id' 

n I— |r In 
Fa - ther in 

s I— |s Is 
d I— |d Id 

r'l— |t It 
f I— |f Ir 

fly with the 

i :— |s is 
ii:— Isi :s, 

s I— |s Is 
n I— |n In 

fall of the 

s I— |s Is 

S| I — S, IS| 



s I— 

n I— 

heav - 
S I— 

d I- 

d'l— 

n I— 

light, 
s I— 

d I— 

f I— 
r I— 
shade 
s I— 
Si I— 



n .n \ 
d Id / 

en, the/ 
s Is V 
d Id ) 

Id' 

In 

Temp- 
Is 

Id 

f If 
r Ir 

till the/ 
s Is 

Si I8| 



r\ .n |n .n 
did fd'ld 

morning bells 
s Is |s Is 
s, Is, |s, Is, 



r :— 1- 

t,:-i 

chime, 

s :-i- 
s, : — i- 



d'I-|t Id 1 

n I — |r In 

Shield me from 
S I— |S Is 
d I— |d Id 



s I— |d':— 
n I— |d I— 

dan - ger, 

S I— |S I— 

d I— |n I— 



s In |f Ir 
n Id |r It, 

save me from 
s I— |s If 

S I— |S| IS| 



d I-l- 
d I-l- 

crime. 

n :-\- 
d I-l- 



d' I— |s Is 

n :— |pi ;n 
Father, have) 
s I— |d' Id 1 
d :— |d Id 



s I— |n I- 
nl— |d I- 

ruer-cy, 

d j : — |s :- 

d :— id :- 



r 1 :— |t If 

f I— |f Ir 
Father, have 
1 1— |s Is 

f ,:— |s, is. 



f :— |n : 
r :— |d : 

raer-cy, 
s I— |s I 
d I— |d I 



n'l— |d' Id 1 
dl— |n In 

Father, have 

i:-|i :i 

i.:-|i,:i. 



d'l— |t II 

f :-|f if 

mer- cy thro 
1 1— |d' Id' 

f,:-|f :f 



s In |f Ir 
n Id |r It, 
Jesus Christour 
d'ld 1 |s IsA 

s Is. |S| Is, 



d:-i 
d:-i 

Lord. 

n.-| 
dl-l 



f In 




fi Id 




A - men. 




s I s 




S| : d 





Father in heaven, oh, hear when we call ! 
Hear, for Christ's sake, who is Saviour of all ; 
Feeble and fainting, we trust in Thy might ; 
In doubting and darkness, Thy love be our light ; 
Let us sleep on Thy breast while the night taper burns, 
Wake in Thine arms when morning returns. 
Father, have mercy, etc. Amen. 



Unknown. 



©x>emn:0. 



Ip Eventide, ios. 




Key Et>. 
/ n '.— |pi I r 


d :— if*;— 


1 :s is : f 


pi :— 


U :-|t, :t, 


d :— id :— 


d : t, |d :r 


d :— 


J A - bide with 

> s :— is :f 


me! fast 

n :— \T :— 


falls the e-ven- 
d : s 1 s Is 


tide; 

s :— 


\ d :— , s, : s, 


i,:— In, :— 


f i : s, 1 1, :t, 


d :- 



William H. Monk, i860. 



f I r I pi I fe 

d :r |d : d 

Lord, with me a- 

1 IS |s Id 

r It, |d II, 



s I- 
til- 

bide! 
r I- 
Si I- 



pi .— |pi . r 

d :-|t, it, 

When oth - er 
Pi I f |s I f 
d I— |s, Is, 



s I— 
d I— 

ers 
d 1 It 



n :— 1 1 is 

d I— |d Id 
The darkness 
s I— |f In 
d It, |1, Is, 



i'ii 



s : t 1 f : pi 

did I de I de 

fail, and comforts 
111 1 Is 

f, :-.s,|i, : 1, 



1 : 

d I 

deep 

V: 
hi- 

r I- 
r I- 

flee, 
f I 
r I- 



s I 
d I 

ens; 
n I 
d I 



|n I f 

Id It, 

of the 

|s I s 

I pi I r 



pi I r |d If 

d It, |d Ir 

help-less, a - 

s I f | pi II 

d Is, |1, If, 



pi I 
d I 
bide 
s I 
s, I 



|r I- 

|ti :- 

with 

I- :i 

Is, I- 



d : 
d : 

me ! 

pi : 
d : 



In 
Id 

- men. 

Is 
Id 



2 Swift to its close ebbs out life's little clay; 
Earth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away 
Change and decay in all around I see ; 

Thou Who changest not, abide with me. 

3 I need Thy presence every passing hour ; 
What but Thy grace can foil the tempter's power? 
Who, like Thyself, my guide and stay can be? 
Through cloud and sunshine, Lord, abide with me. 

4 I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless : 
Ills have no weight, and tears no bitterness. 
Where is death's sting ? where, grave, thy victory ? 

1 triumph still, if Thou abide with me. 

5 Hold Thou Thy Cross before my closing eyes ; 
Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies ; 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee ; 
In life, in death, Lord, abide with me. Amen. 

Henry F. Lyte, 184;. 



®x>emiT0. 



20 Emmaus. 10s. 

Key C. 



P 

r.S I S.S 

.dld.d 

[ The day is 

.Pi I Pi. Pi 

.d.'d.d 



s 
t, 

gent 

i 

r 



I-.f : pi .r 

:-.t,:t,.t, 

- ly sinking 

:-.f : f .f 

l-.r : r ,r 



ti 



d I- .n I pi. pi 
s, :.d:d.d 

close, Fainter and 

n 1- .si s.s 
d :-.d:d.d 



Pt 
r 

yet 
se 

t, 



pi :d< 

r :d 

more faint 

se : l 
t, :i, 



John Goss, 1874. 



- .1 : pi : ie 

- .d : d : d 

the sun - light t 

-.1:1 : 1 

- .lil r :r 



mf 



s 


:- .t 


: t .t 


r' 


I se 


tl 


:- .r 


: r .r 


r 


: r 


glows, 





Brightness 


of 


Thy 


s 


:- .s 


: s .a 


se 


: t 


S| 


:- .f 


: f .f 


pi 


: pi 


/ 
PI 1 


:d> 


: s 


- .pi 


PI 


I pi 


:d 


- .d 


Light 
d' 


of 

: s 


Light, 

: s 


be 
- .s 


d 


:d 


: pi 




- .d 



: 1 
:d 

Fa 

: 1 
:f 

p 

: s 

: t, 

with 

: f 

:s, 



.1 :d' 

.d : pi 

ther's glo 

.1 : 1 

.f :d 



. r 

: ti 

us 



pi 

d 

now. 

PI 

d 



:- .t 

:r 

ry, 
: se 

'. pi 



Thou, 
1 



.s : s .s 
.1 : f .f 

E - ter - nal) 
.r' :d'.t 
.t, 1 1, .a, 

: pi 
:d 

men. 
'. S 

:d 



2 Our changeful lives are ebbing to an end, 
Onward to darkness and to death we tend ; 

O Conqueror of the grave, be Thou our Guide, 
Be Thou our Light in death's dark eventide. 

3 Thou, who in darkness walking didst appear 
Upon the waves, and Thy disciples cheer, 
When all is dark, may we behold Thee nigh, 
And hear Thy voice. " Fear not, for it is I." 

4 Come, Lord, in lonely days, when storms assail, 
And earthly hopes and human succors fail, 
Where Thou art present, darkness cannot be : 
Miduight is glorious noon, Lord, with Thee. 

5 In that last sunset, when the stars shall fall, 
May we arise, awakened by Thy call, 

With Thee, O Lord, for ever to abide 

In that blest day which has no eventide. Amen 



Christopher Wordsworth, 1862. 



^he rSLovtf* ^ctg. 



2 1 Communion. 

Key Eb. 



I OS. 



stm, 

s 
d 



r 
ta, : 

When 

s : 
s : 



Fair 

s 

d 



|r 
Is, 

stm 

If 

Id 



|r 
|li 

the 
H 

If 



|r 

Is, 
er 
If 
Id 



-.d 


s if 


-.d 


d :- 


with 


Thee, 


-.pi 


f :- 


.d 


i. :- 



-.pi 
•1, 

bird 
-.s 

-jn 



A 
.d 

than 
-.pi 



f 

li 

wak 

f 

r 



d' : 

pi ; 

morn 

PI 

1, 



r I— |r I-.P1 

r I — |r I-.de 

Dawns the sweet 

ta :— |i :-.s 

s :— |f :-.n 



f :— 

r :— 

con 

f :— 

r I— 



; r 

:ii 

cious- 

: f 

: r 



- in 


r 


Id 


It. 


:-.d 


pi 


I— 


- Id 


r 


Is, 


Is, 


:-.d 


d I- 


when 


pur 


- pie 


morn 


- ing 


break - 


- I s 


1 


I s 


If 


I -.PI 


s I- 


- Id 


f 


I pi 


Ir 


I-.d 


s, I- 


I r 


1( 


:t, 


|n 


I-.r 


d I- 


11. 


1, 


I s, 


It, 


:-.t, 


d I- 


- eth 


and 


the 


shad 


- ows 


flee; 


- If 


f 


Ir 


Is 


I-.f 


pi I- 


I r 


r 


Is, 


Is, 


I-.s, 


d I- 


- It 


1 


I s 


If 


I -.n 


r i- 


- I r 


d 


: ta, |1, 


I-.de 


de I- 


- in& 


lov 


- li 


- er 


than 


day - 


- IPI 


Pi 


I Pi 


If 


I-.s 


s I- 


- :t, 


d 


Ide 


Ir 


I -.n 


pi I- 


i. :t. 


P 

|pi 


I-.r 


d I- 


■ 1- I- 


f 


1, Is, 


It. 


:-.t, 


d I- 


- |- I- 


d 


ness, I 


am 


with 


Thee. 




A 


f Ir 


Is 


I-.f 


Pi I— 


- 1- I- 


1 


r Is, 


Is, 


I-.S, 


d I- 


- I- : 


— 


f, 



F. Mendelssohn. 



|r 

It. 
eth, 
Is 
Is, 



|r 
Ir 

light, 
H 
If 



pi 
d 

men. 
S 

d 



2 Alone with Thee, amid the mystic shadows, 
The solemn hush of nature newly born ; 

Alone with Thee, in breathless adoration, 
In the calm dew and freshness of the morn. 

3 So shall it be at last, in that bright momino-, 
When the soul waketh, and life's shadows flee ; 

Oh, in that hour, fairer than daylight-dawning, 

Shall rise the glorious thought— I am with Thee. Amen. 

Harriet B. Stowe, 1854, ab- 



^CKc Sorb's 3Dc*g. 



22 Amantus. s. m. 



Ke' 


ir 


G. 

n 


: r 


'. pi 

:s, 


f 


• s l 


1, 


:— 


f. 


Hail 
: pi 




to 
f 


: _ 


the 
:de 


Sab 
r 


:d 




f, 


: — 


:n, 


T| 


s 


• 


: fe 




s 


• 


t..,d 


I r 


:d 




t, 


:— 


vine 
s .,1 


I 


t 


- iy 
:i 




given ; 
s 

S| 


i — 


r 


'•- 


'. — 


d : 


t, 


:i. 


s. :— 




si : 


— 


: fe, 


si :— 




hom 

pi : 
s, : 


r 




age 

:d 


pa 
t, 
S| 


iy« 





:t, 
rf| 

bath 
', r 

:s. 



. s 

: t,.,d 

When 
! r 
is, .,1| 



d 

pi, 

day: 

d 

1. 



s 


:f 


r 


;— 


men 




s 


I— 


t. 


I — 



:- :d.,t, 



S| 

And 
d 



:d 
:i. 

The 

: r 

: fe, 



:d 

to 

: s 
:d 



i, :-.t, : d .r 
s, : f i : S| .d 

draws 

r Id .1 

:n,.f, 



earth 
d_ 



C. Bryan, 1836? 

t, .,d : r : S 



:— .I. 



pi 



s,.,i, : t, 



. r 

n, 



d 

God 

s^ :j 

s, :- 



t, 

di- 
: r .s 
:s, 

:d 
:d 

their 

:pi 

Is, 



n :— 


: r 


d : 


d :— 


:t, 


d : 


near 


to 


heaven 


s :— 


: f 


pi '.- 


s, :— 


:s. 


d, : 



2 Lord ! in this sacred hour 
Within Thy courts we bend, 

And bless Thy Love, and own Thy power, 
Our Father and our Friend ! 

3 But Thou art not alone 
In courts by mortals trod ; 

Nor only is the clay Thine own 
When man draws near to God : 

4 Thy temple is the arch 
Of yon unmeasured sky ; 

Thy Sabbath, the stupendous march 
Of grand eternity. 

5 Lord ! may that holier day 
Dawn on Thy servant's sight ; 

And purer worship may we pay 
In heaven's unclouded light. 



Stephen G. Bulfinck, 1832. 



"©He Sorb's ^ag. 



23 Meinhold. 7s & 8s. 



Key G. 



n 
d 

Light 

s 

d 



pi 
d 

of 



pi 
d 

light ! 

1 

1, 



S 

d 

en - 

s 

PI, 



f 

d 

light 

1 

r. 



: f 

: ti 

en 

: s 



pi 

d 

me, 
s 

d, 



pi 
d 

Now 

s 

d, 



J. S. Bach. 
I PI 

id 

a - 

: s 
r pi. .f. 



r 


1 n 


f 


: n 




r 


'.— 


ti' 


Id 

the 


r 

day 


:d 

is 




d 


21 


-new 


dawn 


- 


S 


'. s 


s 


: s 




1 


'. s 


S| 


:d 


t. 


:d 


.pi. 


f. 


: s 



d 
d 

ing: 

Pi 

d. 



n 
d 

Sun 

s 

d 



pi 
d 
of 
s 
d .t, 



n 
d 

grace ! 
1 



s 
d 

the 

s 

n, 



f :f 

d :t, 

sha - dows 

1 Is 

r. Is, 



pi : 


pi 


d : 


d 


Bright 


-en 


s : 


s 


di 


Pii.fi 



r 
t, 

Thou 
s 

S| 



PI 

d 

my 

s 

d 



f 
r 

Sab 
s 

t. 



PI 


r : — 


d 


d 

bath 


d :t, 

morn - 


d 

ing; 


s 


1 :s 


PI 


d .pi! 


f, is, 


d, 



mf 

pi In 
d :d 

With Thy 

s is 

d|.r f : ni|.f ! 



r 


: r 


d Id 


t, :- 


1 Is 


f 


I n "" 


r : r 


d I— 


d 


:t, 


t, I 1, 


sei I— 


l,.t,Id 


d 


.Ul 


d I t, 


d I— 


j°y 
s 


- ous 

:-.f 


sun - shine 
pi I n 


blest, 
Pi I— 


Hap - py 
d .r I n 


is 
f 


my 
I s 


day of 
1 Is.f 


rest. 
Pi I— 


S| 


Is, 


l,.t,Id.r 


n I— 


f, I pi, 


r. 


:n, 


fi :s. 


d, I- 



2 Let me with my heart to-day, 
Holy, holy, holy, singing, 

Rapt a while from earth away, 

AH my soul to Thee upspringing, 
Have a foretaste only given 
How they worship Thee in heaven. 

3 Hence all care, all vanity, 
For the day to God is holy; 

Come, Thou glorious Majesty! 

Deign to fill this temple lowly; 
Naught to-day my soul shall move, 
Simply resting in Thy love. 



Tr. , Catharine Winkivorth, 1858. 
B. Schjuolke, 1713. 



"©He Sorb's ^c*|^. 



2J. Hodnet. 7s & 6s. 



SlGISMUND ThALEERG, 1850. 



Key E. 
















Con 

Is 


anima. 
S I 


- .s 1 1 .,fe 


s 


Is 


I .pi 


pi 


:- .pi is „t| 


d I— \ 


: n 


PI I 


- .pi I re.,re 


PI 


I PI 


I .d 


d 


I- .d I t,.,s, 


S| I— / 





day 


of rest and 


glad 


- ness! 





day 


of joy and 


light! ) 


: s 


s I 


- .s I fe.,1 


s 


I s 


I .s 


s 


I- .s I 1 .,f 


Pi I— \ 


:d 


d I 


-.did .,d 


d 


Id 


I .1 


d 


I- .d I S| .,S| 


d I- / 


Is 


s I 


- .s I 1 .,fe 


s 


I s 


I s 


r 


I- .s I 1 .,r 


s I- V 


: pi 


pi I 


- .pi I re.,re 


pi 


I pi 


I P) 


r 


I- .t, I d .,d 


t, :- 





balm 


of care and 


sad 


- ness, 


Most 


beau 


- ti - ful, most 


bright ! / 


I s 


s I 


- .s I fe.,1 


s 


I s 


I s 


s 


I- .s I fe.,1 


s I- \ 


Id 


d I 


-.did „d 


d 


Id 


Ide 


r 


I- .r I r .,r 


>, I- ) 


I s 


mf 
S I 


-.lis .,1 


s 


Id 1 


I .s 


se 


I- .se 1 1 .,t 


1 I— \ 


I r 


t, : 


- .t, :t,.,t, 


d 


Id 


I .pi 


r 


I- .r I r .,r 


d I— / 


On 


thee, 


the high and 


low 


- 17. 


Be- 


fore 


th' e - ter - nal 


throne, > 


It 


s I 


-.sis .,s 


s 


I s 


I .d 1 


t 


I- .t II .,se 


l I— V 


If 


f I 


- .f I f .,f 


PI 


I pi 


I .pi 


PI 


I- .n I pi| .,pi| 


i, :- / 


I S 


mf 
S I 


• lis .,1 


s 


Id 1 


I .d 1 


/ 
d 1 


Bit. 
I- .PI 11 .,S 


d I- 


I r 


t, I 


- .t, It,.,t, 


d 


Id 


I .re 


pi 


I- .d 1 1, .,t, 


d I— 


Sing 


"Ho - 


- ly! Ho-ly! 


Ho 


- ly ! " 


To 


the 


great Sod Tri- 


une. 


I t 


s I 


-.sis .,s 


s 


I s 


I .fe 


s 


I- .s If .,f 


pi I— 


I f 


f I 


- .f I f .,f 


pi 


In 


I .1, 


S| 


• ~ «S| • S| * 9 S| 


d I— 



2 On thee, at the creation, 
The light first had its birth: 

On thee, for our salvation, 

Christ rose from depths of earth; 
On thee, our Lord, victorious, 

The Spirit sent from heaven, 
And thus on thee, most glorious, 

A triple light was given. 

3 To-day on weary nations 
The heavenly manna falls; 

To holy convocations 
The silver trumpet calls, 



Where gospel light is glowing 
With pure and radiant beams, 

And living water flowing 
With soul-refreshing streams. 

4 New graces ever gaining 

From this our day of rest, 
We reach the rest remaining 

To spirits of the bless'd: 
To Holy Ghost be praises, 

To Father and to Son; 
The Church her voice upraises 

To Thee, bless'd Three in One! 

Christopher Wordsworth, 1862. 



^Ke .Sorties 3ag. 



2 5 



Lischer. h. m. 



KeyG. 

:s, 
:s, 

Wel- 
In 

:i 



d :- .r |n : f_J 

s, :- .S|[S| .d: d 

come, de - light - ful 

ni :- .f |s : l_J 
a :- .d Id :d 



s I- 

d : 

morn, 

n :- 
d : 



:s. 


d :- 


.r |n If.l 


s 


• s i 
i 

'. n 


s, :- 

hail 

pi :- 


.S||S| .d : d 
Thy kind re - 

.f Is :i.f 


d 

turn 
n 


:d 


d :- 


.did :d 


d 









Fred. Schneider, i 


d .n 
d~~ 


s : s 

d id 


II 

It, 


Is.f 

:tjj 


n I- | 
d I- 1 


Thou 


day of 


sa 


- cred 


rest! 


d 


n I n 


|r 


Ir .s 


s I- 1 


d 


d Id, 


Is, 


Is, 


d, I- 1 



: d .n 

Lord! 
d 

:d 



s Is f Is.f 

d Id |t, :tjj 

make these mo - ments 

n In | r I r .s 

d Id, s. Is, 



n 
d I- 

bless'd : 
s I- 
d, I- 



d .n 


s I s 


Is 


11 .3 


s.f I f .pi ! f Is 


n I n 


jn .s If .11 


r.dlt,.d |r 


A~ 

From 
d 


n I n 
the low 
d Id 


|n 

train 

Id 


ifTn 
Id 


n.r I r .d |r I t| 

mor - tal toys, I 
S, • S, | S, • s, 


d Id 

soar to 
d Id 


d .11 Ir .d 

reach im - 
Id Id 


Wh Mil ti 

mor - tal joys 
s. Is, |s, 


d 


d Id 


Id 


Id, 


S, • S, | S| • S| 


d Id 


|d Id, 


S, IS| |s. 



d.r 

n,.s. 


n I— 
d I— 


- .slf .1 

- .ni r .f 


s I— 

n I— 

reach 
.n I n.n 


|— I d.r 

1— '>& 

im - 

n I s .1 


n I— 
d I— 

mor 
s I— 


ir :- 

It, I- .s, 

tal 

If :- 


d 

S| 


I 


soar 


to 

1 : 


joys, 
n 




• 


1 : 


.dld.d 


d In,.f, 


s, I— 


Is, I- 


d, 








I soar to 


reach im - 


mor 


tal 


joys 



2 Kow may the King descend, 
And fill His throne of grace ! 

Thy sceptre, Lord ! extend, 
While saints address Thy face : 

Let sinners feel Thy quickening word, 

And learn to know and fear the Lord. 



3 Descend, celestial Dove ! 

With all Thy quickening powers ; 
Disclose a Saviour's love, 

Aud bless these sacred hours ; 
Then shall my soul new life obtain, 
Nor Sabbath's e'er be spent in vain. 

Hayivard, t8o6. 



^Kc ^Lortfs ^a%. 



26 Silver Street, s. m. 



Isaac Smith, 1770. 



Key C. Marcato. 



d> :s .s 


pi '. s 


d : s .s 


pi : s 


Come, sound His 


praise a 


d 1 : s .s 


pi : s 


d 1 : s .s 


n : s 


d 1 :vf 


a 1 :- .s 


n : s 


pi I- .pi 


ho - vah 


is the 


s :d> 


s :- .d 1 


d :d 


d :- .d 




2 He formed the deeps unknown 
He gave the seas their bound ; 

The watery worlds are all His own, 
And all the solid ground. 

3 Come, worship at His throne ; 
Come, bow before the Lord : 

We are His works, and not our own ; 
He formed us by His word. 

4 To-day attend His voice, 
Xor dare provoke His rod ; 

Come, like the people of His choice, 
And own your gracious God. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



/} i-j Stand up, and bless the Lord, 
/ Ye people of His choice ! 
Stand up, and bless the Lord, our God, 
With heart, and soul, and voice. 

2 God is our strength and song, 
And His salvation ours : 

Then be His love in Christ proclaimed, 
With all our ransomed powers. 

3 Stand up, and bless the Lord, — 
The Lord, your God, adore, 

Stand up, and bless His glorious name, 
Henceforth, for evermore. 

James Montgomery, 1825. 



28 Peterborough, c. M. 



Ralph Harrison, 1786. 



KEY G. Marcato. 
















d :— 


n : pi 1 f : f 


pi :— 


|r :- 


d:-i-:- 


pi :— 


is : s 


f :— |n :— 


r '. — 


d :— 


d :d |d :d 


d :- 


It. :- 


d:-i-:- 


S| : — 


It, :d 


d :- id :— 


t, :— 


Once 


more,mysoul! the 


ris - 


ing 


day 


Sa - 


lutes thy 


wak - ing 


eyes ; 


PI ".— 


s : s ' 1 :i 


S '.— 


Is :f 


pi :-|-:- 


d :— 


|r : n 


1 :- is :- 


s :— 


d :— 


d :d if, :f, 


s,:— 


is, :- 


d,:-l-:- 


d :- 


|s, :d 


f . : — Id :- 


s, :— 



^Ke ^Sotr^^ ^SDag. 



n :— 


r : r |m '.A 

t,:s, is, :i, 


f :— in :— 
ii:t, id :- 


r :— 

t^- 


|r :- 
Is, :- 


n I-jr|f 


i : s 

-Is, 


f In |r '.— 

lTi^it, :- 


d : 


d :— 


b,:- i- 


d : 


Once 


more,myvoice!thy 


trib - ute 


pay 


To 


Him 


that 


rnles the 


skies 


s :— 


s : t, |d : d 


d I r |n : f 


s :— 


I * ■ r — 


d :-|- 


-:d 


d :— is : f 


n :- 


d :— 


s, : S| |d : ii 


i^ idT:- 


S| :— 


1 si :- 


d :— i- 


-:n, 


f , :- | s, :- 


d, :- 



2 Night unto night His name repeats, 
The day renews the sound ; 

"Wide as the heaven, on which He sits, 
To turn the seasons round. 

3 'Tis He supports my mortal frame, — 
My tongue shall speak His praise ; 



My sins would rouse His wrath to flame 
And yet His wrath delays. 

4 Great God ! let all my hours be Thine, 

Whilst I enjoy the light ; 
Then shall my sun in smiles decline, 

And bring a pleasing night. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



29 Halle. 7 


s. 










PeTEK RlTTER, I792. 


Key G. Legato. 




D. C. 


I 


d :— :d 


d :— :d 


r : d : r 


d :— :— 


n :— 


In 


n : f : s 


s : 1 : n 


r : — : — 


( 


s, :— : s. 


S| :— : s. 


s, :— : S| 


s, i — :— 


d :- 


:d 


d : r : n 


F"^:d 


ti :-:- 




( In this 
1 God of 


calm im- 
mer - cy! 


pres - sive 
God of 


hour, 
power ! 


Let 
Hear 


my 
me, 


prayer a- 
when to 


scend on 
Thee I 


high; 1 
cry; / 




n :— : in 


n l—'.n 


f :n : f 


n :— :— 


s :— 


: s 


s :— : s 


s :— : s 


s :— :— 




d :— :d 


d :— :d 


s, :— : s, 


d :— :— 


d :- 


:d 


d :— :d 


t, :— : d 


s, :— :— 




r : n : f 


f : n : r 


n :— : f 


s ;— i— 


1 :— 


Tl 


s : f : n 


f I n I r 


d :— :— 




tTTd :r 


fTd :t. 


d :— :d 


d :— :— 


d :— 


:d 


s, :— : s, 


s, :— : f, 


n, :-:— 




Hear me 


from Thy 


loft - y 


throne, 


For 


the 


sake of 


Christ, Thy 


Son. 




s :— : s 


s :— : s 


s :— : r 


n '.— 1 — 


f :— 


:f 


n : r I d 


r Id :t. 


d :— :— 




s, :— : s. 


s, 1 — : S| 


d :— :d 


d :-:— 


f. :- 


:ii 


<TT— :d 


s, '.— '. s, 


d, :- :- 



2 With the morning's early ray, 
While the shades of night depart, 

Let Thy beams of light couvey 

Joy and gladness to my heart ; 
Now o'er all my steps preside, 
And for all my wants provide. 

3 Oh ! what joy that word affords, — 
"Thou shalt reign o'er all the earth : 

King of kings, and Lord of lords ! 
Send Thy gospel-heralds forth : 



Now begin Thy boundless sway, 
Usher in the glorious day. 

Thomas Hastings, 1831. 

Praise the name of God most high, 
Praise Him, all below the sky, 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost ; 
As through countless ages past, 
Evermore His praise shall last. 

Anon, 1827. 



"©He ^Lovb^ ^ctg. 



3 I Holley. 7s. 



Key Eb. 

pi 
d 

Soft 



s 

pi 

Fades 

d' 

d 

pi 
d 

Free 

s 

d 

mf 
PI 

d 

Lord 
S 

d 




George Hews, 1835. 



PI 

d 

day 

s 

d 

r 

t> 

way 
s 

S| 

r 
t, 

free, 
s 

S| 



Thee 

pi 

d 



2 Thou, whose all-pervading eye 
Naught escapes, without, within ! 

Pardon each infirmity, 
Open fault, and secret sin. 

3 Soon, for me, the light of day 
Shall for ever pass away ; 

Then, from sin and sorrow free, 

Take me, Lord ! to dwell with Thee. 

4 Thou who, sinless, yet hast known 
All of man's infirmity ! 

Then, from Thine eternal throne, 
Jesus I look with pitying eye. 

George W. Doane, 1824. 



3 2 

In the morning hear my voice, 
Let me in Thy light rejoice ; 
God, my Sun ! my strength renew, 
Send Thy blessing down like dew. 

2 When the evening skies display 
Richer pomp than noon's array, 
Be the shades of death to me 
Bright with immortality. 

3 When the round of care is run, 
And the stars succeed the sun, 
Songs of praise with prayer unite, 
Crown the day, and hail the night. 

James Montgomery, 1825. 



r ®Kc lord's 3>cty. 



33 Hursley. l. 



Key F. 

d : d : d 



( 

i pi : n : pi pi : r 

I d :d Id dT^ 



M. 



Peter Ritter, 1792. 



s, : s, : s 

Sun of my 

pi : n ; pi 

d : d : d 



n : r : pi s : f : n r :— :— \ 
dTtiid dfiliU t,:— :— / 



d : t, : d 


r : pi : r 


d :— :— 


n I n I n 


n : r .'pi 


s : f : pi 


S| :— : s. 


t7^-: t, 


d :— :— 


d :d : d 


d~Tl,:d 


dTt,:d 


soul, Thou 


Sav - iour 


dear! 


It is not 


night, if 


Thou be 


n : r : pi 


f : s : f 


Pi '.— '.— 


s : s : s 


s :— : s 


s '.— '. s 


dT^rd 


S| :— i s. 


d :— :— 


d : d : d 


d :— :d 


pi : r : d 



near: 
s '.- 

Si :- 



mf 



1 r It I pi 


f :— :r 


pi :— 


: f 


s ;— :— 


1:1:1 


s :— : n 


1 : pi : r 


it, .* r : de 


r :i, : t, 


d •— 


: d 


t, :— :— 


d :d : d 


d : t, : d 


d^-:t, 


', Oh ! may no 


earth - born 


cloud 


a- 


rise, 


To hide Thee 


from Thy 


serv - ant's 


j s : 1 : s 


f :— :s 


s :— 


: d 


r ; — : — 


f : f : f 


r :— :d 


1 : s : f 


1 s : t :n 


r :— : s, 


d :— 


:i. 


s, :— :— 


fi : f. : f . 


s,:— : ii 


f, : s, : s, 



2 When the soft dews of kindly sleep 
My wearied eyelids gently steep, 

Be my last thought, how sweet to rest 
For ever on my Saviour's breast! 

3 Abide with me from morn till eve, 
For without Thee I cannot live; 
Abide with me when night is nigh, 
For without Thee I dare not die. 

4 If some poor wandering child of Thine 
Have spurned to-day the voice divine, 
Now, Lord! the gracious work begin; 
Let him no more lie down in sin. 

5 Watch by the sick; enrich the poor, 
With blessings from Thy boundless store! 
Be every mourner's sleep to-night, 
Like iufant's slumbers, pure and light! 

6 Come near and bless us when we wake, 
Ere through the world our way we take; 
Till, in the ocean of Thy love, 

We lose ourselves in heaven above. 

John Keble, 1827. 

34 

Millions within Thy courts have met, 
Millions this day, before Thee bowed; 

Their faces Zion-ward were set, 

Yows with their lips to Thee they vowed 



d :— 
d :— 

eyes! 
pi I — 

d :— 



2 Soon as the light of morning broke 
O'er island, continent, or deep, 

Thy far-spread family awoke, 

The Lord's day round the world, to keep. 

3 From east to west, the sun surveyed, 
From north to south adoring throngs; 

And still when evening stretched her shade, 
The stars came out to hear their songs. 

4 And not a prayer, a tear, a sigh, 
Hath failed this day some suit to gain; 

To those in trouble Thou wert nigh : 
Not one has sought Thy face in vain. 

5 Yet one prayer more! — and be it one, 
In which both heaven and earth accord 

Fulfill Thy promise to Thy Son; 

Let all that breathe call Jesus Lord! 

James Montgomery, 1S35. 



35 



Away from every mortal care, 

Away from earth, our souls retreat; 

We leave this worthless world afar, 
And wait and worship near Thy seat. 

2 Father! my soul would still abide 
Within Thy temple, near Thy side; 

But if my feet must hence depart, 
Still keep Thy dwelling in my heart. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



"©He ^Lortf* ^ctg. 

'X 6 Wavertree. l. 



KEY D. 

pi I pi '. n 
d : d :d 

Great God, this 
Glad-ly we 

s is : s 

d :d Id 



s I— 

n I— 

soul's 
con - 
d 1 I- 
d I— 



s 
r 

sa - 
uow 
1 
d 



If 



s 


s I f 


PI 


pi I r 


col - 


lect 


se - 


crat 


S 


S I— 


d 


t. I- 



M. 



I i 
I r 

cred 
to 
I S 
I t. 



f_ 

d~ I 

day 
Thee 
s I 
d I 



I n 



r 

t| 

of 
re 

: f 



d I- 

d :- 

Thine 
sign 
Pi I- 
d I- 



D.C. 



I PI 


r I— I— 


Id 


t, I— I— 


ed 
ed 


powers : \ 
hours : J 


I S 


s I— I— 


Id 


s, I— I— 



1 1 
I r 



1 1 
I r 






may 


our 


s 


I s 


I S 


S| 


I s 


If 



W. Shore, 1840. 

1 II II 
f If If 

De - mands the 
These sol - emn, 

f^^ri : f_-s : 1 a 

a id -- : a 



/ 

d 1 I 
d I 

souls 
s I 

PI I 



In 
Id 

a 
IS 
I n 



r I— 


I PI 


f I 


d I— 


Id 


d I 


dor 
1 I— 


ing 

I ta 


own 
1 I 


f I— 


I s 


1 I 



f 


If 


I PI 


r 


I r 


Id 


Th 


e grace that 


s 


I s 


I s 


li 


It, 


Id 



2 All-seeing God! Thy piercing eye 
Can every secret thought explore; 

May worldly cares our bosoms fly, 

And where Thou art intrude no more: 
O may Thy grace our spirits move, 
And fix our minds on things above. 

3 Thy Spirit's powerful aid impart, 
And bid Thy word, with life divine, 

Engage the ear and warm the heart: 

Then shall the day indeed be Thine; 
Then shall our souls adoring own 
The grace that calls us to Thy throne. 

Annie Steele, 1760. 



37 



When, streaming from the eastern skies, 
The morning light salutes mine eyes, 
O Sun of righteousness divine! 
On me with beams of mercy shine; 
Chase the dark clouds of guilt away, 
And turn my darkness into day. 



1 I 
d I 

calls 
1 I 

f 



I f 

I r 

us 

I I 



— I II 



I— Ir 

:- :t, 

Thy 
I— I f 



d I— 
d I— 

throne. 
PI I— 

d I— 



2 And when, to heaven's all glorious King, 
My morning sacrifice I bring, 

And, mourning o'er my guilt and shame, 
Ask mercy in my Saviour's name, 
Then, Jesus ! cleanse me with Thy blood, 
And be my Advocate with God. 

3 When each day's scenes and labors close, 
Aud wearied nature seeks repose, 

With pard'ning mercy richly blessed, 
Guard me, my Saviour! while I rest; 
And, as each morning sun shall rise, 
Oh! lead me onward to the skies. 

4 And, at my life's last setting sun, 
My conflicts o'er, my labors done, 
Jesus! Thy heavenly radiance shed, 
To cheer and bless my dying bed; 

And, from death's gloom, my spirit raise, 
To see Thy face, and sing Thy praise. 

William Shrubsole, Jr., 1813. 



'38 



^Kc ^2.orb 1 ^ CSDctg. 



8 


Marlow. 


CM 




John 


^HETHAM, 1740. 


Key 


G. Marcato. 










:d 


PI .PI I PI 


:d 


s .s : s : s 


n .d : f : pi 


r :— \ 


• s i 


d .d : s, 


:ii 


t,.d :t, :t. 


d .s, : i, .t, : d 


tl I- ) 


This 


is the day 


the 


Lord hath made ; He 


calls the hours His 


own : ) 


: pi 


s .s : s 


:d 


r .pi : r : r 


PI .S I f Is 


s I— \ 


:d 


d .d : d 


: ii 


s, .d : s, : s. 


d .n : r : d 


s, I— ' 


:d 


n .pi i n 


:d 


s .s : s : s 


pi .d : d It) 


d I— 


is. 


d .d Is, 


:i. 


t,.d :t, :t, 


d .d I 1, Is, 


S| I — 


Let 


heav'n rejoice 


, let 


earth be glad, And 


praise surround the 


throne. 


i n 


s .s : s 


:d 


r .pi I r I r 


d .pi I r I r 


PI I— 


:d 


d .d : d 


: ii 


s, .d ; S| ; s. 


d .1, If, Is, 


d, I- 



2 Today He rose and left the dead, 
And Satan's empire fell; 

To-day the saints His triumph spread, 
And all His wonders tell. 

3 Hosanna! in the highest strains, 
The church on earth can raise! 

The highest heavens, in which He reigns, 
Shall give Him nobler praise. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 

39 

With joy we hail the sacred day, 
Which God hath called His own; 

With joy the summous we obey 
To worship at His throne. 

2 Thy chosen temple, Lord! how fair! 
Where willing vot'ries throng, 

To breathe the humble, fervent prayer, 
Aud pour the choral song. 

3 Spirit of grace! Oh! deign to dwell 
Within Thy church below; 

Make her in holiness excel, 
With pure devotion glow. 

4 Let peace within her walls be found; 
Let all her sons unite, 

To spread with grateful zeal around 
Her clear and shining light. 

Harriet Auber, 1829. 



40 



How sweetly breaks the Sabbath dawn 

Along 'the eastern skies I 
So, when the night of time hath gone, 

Eternity shall rise. 

2 What quiet reigns o'er earth and sea, 
Through all the silent air! 

So calm may we, this Sabbath, be, 
And free from worldly care. 

3 Thus let Thy peace, Lord! pervade 
Our bosoms, all our days; 

And let each passing hour be made 
A herald of Thy praise. 

Edwin F. Hatjield, 1840. 



41 



Axd now another week begins, 

This day we call the Lord's; 
This day He rose, who bore onr sins, — 

For so His word records. 

2 Come, then, ye saints! and grateful sing 
Of Christ, our risen Lord, — 

Of Christ, the everlasting King, — 
Of Christ, th' incarnate Word. 

3 Hail! mighty Saviour! Thee we hail! 
Who fillest the throne above; 

Till heart and flesh together fail, 
We'll sing Thy matchless love. 

Thomas Keily, 1809, a. 



iSThe ^Lorb^s 3ag. 



.2 Marlow. 

Key G. Marcato. 

'. d pi .m : pi ; 

is, d .d : s, 

A - gain the Lord 

: pi s .s : s ; 

:d d .d :d : 



C. M. 

d 

li 
of 
d 

li 



s .s : s 
t,.d :t, 

life and light 
r .n : r 
s, .d : S| 



s 

t, 

A • 
r 

Si 



John Chetham, 1740. 



n .d : f : n 

d .s, : lj^t, : d 

wakes the kind-ling 

pi .s : f : s 



d .pi I r 



:d 



r 

t, 

ray, 
S 

Si 



:d 

• s, 
Uu - 

: pi 
:d 



n .pi I n Id 

d .d : s, : i, 

seals the eye - lids 

s .s : s : d 
d .d : d :i. 



s .s : s 

t,.d : t, 

of the morn, 

r .pi '. r 
S| .d : s. 



: s 


pi .d : d 


: ti 


:t, 


d .d : 1, 


• s. 


And 


pours increas 


- ing 


: r 


d .pi : r 


'. r 


:s, 


d .1, : £, 


•' S| 



d 

Si 

day. 
n 
d. 



2 Oh ! what a night was that, which wrapt 4 And now His conquering chariot wheels 
A guilty world in gloom! Ascend the lofty skies; 

Oh! what a sun which broke, this day, While, broke beneath His powerful cross, 
Triumphant from the tomb! Death's iron sceptre lies. 



3 The powers of darkness leagued in vain 5 This day be grateful homage paid, 

To bind our Lord in death; And loud hosannas sung; 

He shook their kingdom when He fell, Let gladness dwell in every heart, 

With His expiring breath. And praise on every tongue. 



6 Ten thousand differing lips shall join 

To hail this welcome morn, 
Which scatters blessings, from its wings, 

Uu nations yet unborn. 

Mrs. Anna Letitia Barbauld, 1772, a. 



13 


Spohr. l. m. 










L. Spohr 


Key 
/Is 

1 


E. 

s :- a : pi 


pi 

d 

Sab 


:- .r :d 
:— :d 

- - - baths, 


r I- 


.d :r 


pi :— 


u« 


pi :- .r : d 

earth - - ly 


d :t, 


.ii : ti 


d :— 


(Thine 


Lord, 


we 


love. 


/ :S 


s :— : s 


s 


:- .f m 


s :— 


: s 


s ;— 


I:* 


d :- :d 


d 


:— :d 


s, :— 


:s, 


d :— 



^hc Sorb's CS)ag. 



Id.,r 


n :— : s .f 

there's a 

s :- .d' : t .1 

d T-^~ :d 


n 

no 
S 


• 


.1 '. r .pi 

- bier 

.1 :i .s 


d 


:_ 


•pi I r .d 


d :t, 


But 

:n.,f 


rest 
pi 


* 


a - 
.s : f .n 


bove; 

n : r 


:d 


d 


l— 


:d 


d 


:— 


:t,.d 


s, :— 



: r 


n .,f : s 




: i 


s 


:i 


: r 


PI I- .8 


: pi .d 


r 


:— v 


:s, 


d .,r : pi 




: f 


n 


'. r 


:s, 


d :- .pi 


: d .I'l, 


S| 


:— ) 


To 


that 




our 


Jong 


- - 


- ing 


souls 


as - 


pire, 


\ 


It 


n ,,f ; s 




: 1 


s 


: f 


* r 


n *- ,s 


* n .d 


r 


:— \ 


: s i 


d ,,r ; n 




: f 


n 


* r 


: s i 


d I— ,n 


* d .pii 


s i 


:— / 


:r 


pi :- 


.d 


: pi .s 


d> 




Id .r 


pi :— 


: r 


d 




:t, 


d :- 


• s. 


: d .pi 
fuT~ 


pi 
hope 


I — 


:d 

and 


d :— 

strong 


:t, 

de - 


d 

sire. 


'. — 


With 


cheer 


- 


: s 


s :- 


,n 


:s .d' 


s 


:— 


:s .i 


s :— 


: f 


PI 


:— 


:», 


d :— 




:d 


d 


B™ - 


:pi .f 


s :— 


:s, 


d 


:— 



2 No more fatigue, no more distress, 
Nor sin nor death shall reach the place; 
No groans shall mingle with the songs 
Which warble from immortal tongues. 



3 No rude alarms of raging foes; 
No cares to break the long repose; 
No midnight shade, no clouded sun, 
But sacred, high, eternal noon. 



44 

Sweet is the light of Sabbath-eve, 
And soft the sunbeams lingering there: 

For these blest hours, the world I leave, 
Wafted on wings of faith and prayer. 

2 The time — how lovely and how still; 

Peace shines and smiles on all below, — 
The plain, the stream, the wood, the hill, — 

All fair with evening's setting glow. 



4 O long-expected day begin! 
Dawu on this world of woe and sin; 
Fain would we leave this weary road, 
To sleep in death, and rest in God. 

Philip Doddridge, 1737. 

c 



3 Nor will our days of toil be long, 
Our pilgrimage will soon be trod; 

And we shall join the ceaseless song, — 
The endless Sabbath of our God. 

yavies Edmeston , 1820. 



"©He s&ov&s, CSDctg. 



4.C Vigils, c. m. 



Key G. 



S| 

s, 

Blest 

: PI 

:d 



pi :— 
d :— 

day 

s :— 
d :— 



best 

1 :r 
f :ii 



^r :d 

of 
: re 
: fe, 



. r 

it, 

of 

: f 
:d 



d :— 


:t, 


d :— 


• S| 


God! 


most 


pi :— 


:d 


d :— 


:m, 



s, .— .— 

days; 

pi ;— :— 



Si 



t, :i, 

:f. 



S| 

calm, 

d :- 



t, :- 



r I— 









W. A. Mozart. 


:d 


s, :— 


'. s 


s :f 


:n v 


:*■ 


s, :- 


:d 


d :t, 


:i 


most 


bright, 


The 


first, 


the / 


:d 


n :- 


: pi 


pi :f 


:s ) 

In ' 


:ii 


d :- 


:d 


d Ir 


Is, 


t :— 


: r 


d :— 


:t, \ 


• S| 


3| :— 


:ii 


pi, :— 


IB, ) 


The 


la - 


borer's 


rest, 


the > 


:t, 


i :— 


:t, 


1, :d 


" n 1 


'. S| 


t :— 


:s, 


1. :- 


:n, ' 



saint's 

d :— 

fi :- 



:d 

: t\ 

de- 

:d 



s, :— 


: s 


pi, :— 


Id 


light, 


The 


d :— 


:d 


d :— 


'. pi, 



s :i 


I r 


d In 


1. :- 


: ii 


s, I d 


day 


of 


prayer 


d Ir 


: f 


PI I S 


U :- 


S| I— 



Ir 


r I— I— 


d 


It, 


t. I- I- 


d 


and 
If 


praise. 

f I— I— 


pi 


Is, 


d, I— I— 





2 My Saviour's face made thee to shine; 
His rising thee did raise, 

And made thee heavenly and divine 
Beyond all other days. 

3 The first-fruits oft a blessing prove 
To all the sheaves behind; 



And they, the day of Christ who love, 
A happy week shall find. 

4 This day I must with God appear; 

For, Lord, the day is Thine; 
Help me to spend it in Thy fear, 

And thus to make it mine. 

John Mason, 1683. 



40 


Sabba 


th. 7s. 








Lowhll Mason, 1824. 


Key G. 








/ • d •>!" 


pi i- 


.pi if .pi 


r I— 


1 1, .,d 


r I- 


•f In .r 


d I— 


\ I S, .,S| 


s, I- 


•d Ir .d 


t. I- 


Is, .,1, 


t. :- 


. s. Is, .s, 


s, I— 


< Safely 


through 


an - oth-er 


week, 


God has 


brought 


us on our 


way. 


, lP>.,f 


s I- 


.8 IS .8 


s I— 


ir .,r 


r I- 


,r Is . f 


Pi I— 


\\ I d .,d 


d I- 


.d It,.d 


S| I— 


I S| .,S| 


s, I- 


.s. Is, .s. 


d I— 



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'tiSHe ^Iorb^« ^ctg. 



:d 


-,r 


pi 


;_ 


• Pl 


:i .n 


r 


:— 


:s .,f 


n .d :t| 


:i, 


is, 


.,s, 


S| 


I- 


.d 


:r .d 


ti 


:— 


Is, .,s, 


s, . i| :si 


:fe 


Let 


us 


now 




a 


blessing 


seek, 




Waiting 


in His courts 


to 


In 


.,f 


s 


;_ 


.8 


: s . s 


s 


:— 


Ir .,r 


pi .pi Ir 


:d 


:d 


.,d 


d 


I- 


.d 


:t, .d 


S| 


:— 


:t, .,t, 


d .d :r 


:r, 



s, 


:— 


Is 


.,f 


PI 


• 
• 


.S If .PI 


r 


• 


in 


.,f 


s, 


• 


In 


-,r 


d 


I— 


.pi Ir .d 


t ( 


I— 


Id 


-,r 


day; 
t, 


• 


Day 


of 


all 


• 


the week the 


best, 


: 


Em 


■ blem 


Si 


:— 


:■■ 


.,S| 


S| 


•~ 


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S| 


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:s, 


„S| 



s 


• 


• d 


If .pi 


r 


« 


Is 


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n 


I- 


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n 


I— 


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li 


• 


: s, 


.,s, 


S| 


I- 


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It, .d 


of 




e ■ 


ter - nal 


rest; 




Day 


of 


all 




the 


week the 




I 




I 




m 
• 


In 


-,r 


d 


I- 


• s 


Is .s 


S| 


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.s, 


: s, . s, 


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IS| 


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d 


I- 


.PI 


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r 
t| 

best, 



In 
Id 


.,f 


s,d . r,f I pi 
d~~ .d~ Id 


Ir 

Is, 


d 


Em 


- blem 


of e - ter 


nal 


rest 


Id 


.,r 


PI .1 Is 


If 


PI 


Id 


.,d 


d .f. Is, 


:»i 


d. 



2 While we pray for pard'ning grace, 
Through the dear Redeemer's name, 

Sliow Thy reconciled face, 

Take away our sin and shame; 

From our worldly cares set free, 
May we rest, this day, in Thee. 



3 May Thy gospel's joyful sound 
Conquer sinners, confort saints; 

Make the fruits of grace abound, 
Bring relief for all complaints: 

Thus may all our Sabbaths prove, 
Till we join the church above. 

John Newton, 1779, < 



"©He £Lovfr* 3)ag. 



.7 Russia. 


8s & 7s. 




D. BORTNIANSKY, 1818. 


Key F. 






P 


pi Is |f Is 


n Is |r Is 


n Is |f I r 


d It, |d I— 


d Id |r It, 


d Id |t, It, 


d I ta, |1, I 1, 


s. Is, |s, I— 


f Saviour! breathe an 
\ Sin and want we 


even- ing bless - ing, 
come con - fess - ing ; 


Ere re - pose our 
Thou canst save, and 


spir - its seal ; \ 
Thou canst heal. ) 


s In |s Is 


s Is |s Is 


s In 1 If 


pi I r |n I— 


d Id |t. Is, 


d In, |s, Is, 


d Id |f, If, 


s, Is, |d I— 


mf 

d< It |d< Is 


f I r |n Is 


d" It |d' Is 


f Ir |d I— 


n I r |d Id 


d It, |d Id 


n I r |d I tai 


1. It, |d I- 


Tho' the night be 


dark and drear - y, 


Darkness can - not 


hide from Thee ; 


n If |s In 


1 Is |s Is 


s If" | m In 


1 If |n I— 


d I r |n Id 


f. Is, |d In 


d I r |n Id 


f, Is, |d I— 


d I-.d|d Id 


r I- .r |r I r 


P 

d Id |d I n .r 


d It, |d I— 


s, :-.s,|i, is, 


d I-.d|d It, 


s, 11, |d :IT 


s. Is, |s, I— 


Thou art He who, 


nev - er wea - ry, 


"Watchest -where Thy 


peo - pie be. 


n I- .n n In 


1 :-.i|s is 


n If |s If 


n I r |n I— 


d It, [I, In, 


fi Ife, |s. Is, 


d I f, |n, I f, 


s, Is, |d I— 



2 Though destruction walk around us, 

Though the arrow past us fly, 
Angel guards from Thee surround us, 

We are safe if Thou art nigh. 
Should swift death this night o'ertake us, 

And our couch become our tomb, 
May the morn in heaven awake us, 

Clad in light and deathless bloom. 

Jatnes Edmeston, 1820. 



48 



See the clouds upon the mountains, 

Rolling, rising, melt away, 
Light, forth flowing from its fountain, 

Pours an unobstructed ray. 
So before Thy presence fading, 

Lord, may every shadow fly ; 
Chase the gloom my soul invading, 

With the sunbeam of Thine eye. 



2 Lo! it dawns, the Sabbath morning 

Streams with radiance all divine; 
Sanctity Thy courts adoring, 

Beautiful with grace they shine. 
Holiness becomes Thy dwelling, 

Peerless sovereign of the sky 
Princely palaces excelling, 

Pomp of earthly majesty. 



3 Rise, my soul, the day is breaking, 

Gladdened nature drinks the light; 
From the sleep of darkness waking, 

Put off all the clouds of night. 
Take the rest this day is bringing, 

Best of all our earthly days, 
Enter thou His gates with singing, 

Tread the hallowed floor with praise. 

IVilliam B. Collyer, 1837. 



^Ke ^Lovb'z 3ctg. 



■9 


bt. Ann 


S. ( 


;. iv 


[. 












Wm. Croft, 


1703. 


Key D. 






















Is 


nil |s 


:d> 


d 1 


:t 


Id' 


Is 


d' Is 


U 


Ife 


S I— 


|— \ 


In 


d : d . r j n 


if 


n 


Ir 


|n 


I n 


n Ir 


|n 


Ir 


r I — 


1— I 


We 


thank Thee, Pa 


- ther! 


for 


the 


day, 


That, 


robed in 


twi 


- light 


sweet, 


> 


Is 


s :i .t id' 


Id 1 


d 1 


:s 


Is 


Is 


1 Ir' 


Id' 


11 


t I— 


I— \ 


:d 


d :t |n 


:i 


s 


• S| 


Id 


:d 


ii :t, 


Id 


Ir 


s, I— 


1- / 


:t 


d' :i |r' 


:t 


d 1 


:i 


It 


:s 


l.t Id' 


|r' 


It 


d' I— 


1- 


ir 


d :d |f 


Ir 


in 


:r.d 


It, 


Id 


d .r In 


If 


Ir 


n I— 


1- 


Doth 


lin - ger, ere 


•it 


pass 


a - 


way, 


And 


lead us 


to 


Thy 


feet. 




Is 


s :f i 


Is 


s 


Me 


Is 


Is 


f Is 


II 


Is 


s I— 


1- 


Is 


n :f |r 


Is 


d 


ir 


Is, 


In 


f In 


Ir 


Is 


d I— 


1 — 



2 We thank Thee for its healing rest 
To weary toil and care; 

Its praise, within Thy temple blessed — 
Its holy balm of prayer. 

3 We thank Thee for its living bread, 
That did our hunger stay; 

The manna, by Thine angels shed, 
Around our desert way. 

4 Oh! grant, that, when this span of life, 
In evening shade, shall close, — 

And all its vanity and strife 
Tend to their long repose, — 

5 We, for the sake of Him, who died, 
Our Advocate and Friend, 

May share that Sabbath, at Thy side, 
Which never more shall end. 

Lydia H. Sigourney , 1850. 



3 Blest day! thine hours too soon will cease, 
Yet, while they gently roll, 

Breathe, heavenly Spirit, Source of peace, 
A Sabbath o'er my soul. 

4 Soon will my pilgrimage be done, 
The world's long week be o'er, 

That Sabbath dawn which needs no sun, 
That day which fades no more. 

Ja»ies Edmeston, 1820. 



When the worn spirit wants repose 
And sighs her God to seek, 

How sweet to had the evening's close 
That ends the weary week ! 

2 How welcome is the early dawn 

That opens on the sight, 
When first the soul-reviving morn, 

Sheds forth new rays of light! 



God of the sunlight hours! how sad 

Would evening shadows be, 
Or night, in deeper sable clad, — 

If aught were dark to Thee! 

2 How mournfully that golden gleam 
Would touch the thoughtful heart, 

If, with its soft, retiring beam, 
We saw Thy love depart! 

3 But, though the gathering gloom may hide 
Those gentle rays awhile, 

Yet they, who in Thy house abide, 
Shall ever share Thy smile. 

4 Then let creation's volume close, 
Though every page be bright; 

On Thine, still open, we repose 
With more intense delight. 

Maria Grace Saffery, 1834, a. 



"©he £Lor&& 3Dag. 



2 Leighton. s. 

Key A I?. 

:n 
:d 

Still, 



M. 



Henry W. Greatorex, 18 



pi '.- .r '. d .r 


n 


d :- .s, : i'i,.Si 


d 


still with Thee, my 


God! 


pi :- .r : d .r 


n 


d :- .s, : i'i|.S| 


d 



/ s, :n 


:t, 

at 
Ir 

:d, 


\ ri| :d 


( night, 
/ S| In 
' d7^= 



(i It, 

iTTs, 

home, 

d : t, 

dTT— 



:fi 

a - 

:i. 

:d, 



.8 

:d 

i 
:s 

in 

S| 

n, 

broad 
S| 

d, 



s 


•_ 


.f 


in 


.r 


d 


I- 


•t, 


:d 


•t, 


would 


de- 


sire 


to 


s 


I- 


.s 


:s 


.f 


H 


•_ 


.r 


:d 


•S| 



2 With Thee, when dawn comes in, 
And calls me back to care; 

Each day returning to begin 
With Thee, my God! in prayer: 

3 With Thee, amid the crowd 
That throngs the busy mart, 

To hear Thy voice, 'mid clamor loud, 
Speak softly to my heart: 

4 With Thee, when day is done, 
And evening calms the mind; 

The setting, as the rising, sun 
With Thee my heart would find. 

5 With Thee, in Thee by faith 
Abiding I would be; 

By day, by night, in life, in death, 
I would be still with Thee. 

yames Drutninond Burns, 1856. 



53 



d 

d 

be; 
n 

d. 



:s, 
In, 

By 

:d, 



:ii 

lit 

by 
:ii 
:d, 



Holy, delightful day, 

Day of divine delight! 
We hailed thy gladsome morning ray; 

We bless thine evening bright. 

2 Dear Lord! the day was bright, 
Because the day was Thine; 

This full, this manifold delight, 
Was it not all divine? 



s 


s In 


:d 


s. :— 


.S| 


S| 


f. 


pi, :— 


:p»i 


pi, :— 


:fi 


pi, 


I 


would 


be 


still 


with 


Thee: 


S| 


s, :— 


*S| 


s. In 


!r 


d : 


t 2 


d, :— 


:n, 


S| '. — 


:&! 


d, : 



3 Repeat the gladness here! 

Fulfill the bliss above! 
Thy day, the everlasting year, 

Th' eternal joy, Thy love. 

Thomas H. Gitt, 1867, alt. 

54 

The day of praise is done; 

The evening shadows fall ; 
Yet pass not from us with the sun, 

True Light that lightenest all! 

2 Around Thy throne on high, 
Where night can never be, 

The white-robed harpers of the sky 
Bring ceaseless hymns to Thee. 

3 Too faint our anthems here ; 
Too soon of praise we tire; 

But oh, the strains how full and clear 
Of that eternal choir! 

4 Yet, Lord; to Thy dear will 
If Thou attune the heart, 

We in Thine angels' music still 
May bear our lower part. 

5 Shine Thou within us, then, 
A day that knows no end, 

Till songs of angels and of men 
In perfect praise shall blend. 

John Ellerton, 1867. 



^he $)ouze of (§)ob. 



55 


nvill 


e. os. 7s & 4. 






J. J. Rousseau, 1751. 


i 


Key F. 
pi : in .,r|d 


Id 


r Ir |pi.,rld 


s Is.,f|pi 


IP) 


r ,,dl r .,pi|d I— 


I 


s, I s, |s, 


:s, 


t. It, Id I d 


pi lPi.,r|d 


:s, 


s, Is, |s, I— J 


s 


In Thy name, 





Lord ! as - sem - bling, 


We, Thy peo 


- pie 


now draw near; \ 


( 


s :s.,i|n 
d Id |d 


in 

Id 


s Is |S.,flPI 
s, Is, |d Id 


d> I s |s 
d Id |d 


Is 
Id 


I .,piI f .,s|n I— V 
S| Is, |d I— / 


/ 


n lPi.,f|s 


Is 


1 11 |S.,fIPI 


PI IP1.,f|S 


Is 


1 :i is :— \ 


\ 


d Id.,r|pi 


Ipi 


f If |n.,rld 


d Id.,r|pi 


In 


f If Ipi I— / 




Teach us to 


re - 


joice with trem - bling ; 


Speak, and let 


Thy 


ser - vants hear. / 


i 


s Is |s 


Is 


f If |s Is 


1 


I 


: 1 : 1 


d Id |d 


Id 


f, If^ld Id 


d Id |d 


Id 


f. :i> Id :- ; 




pi In.,r|d 


Id 


r I r | pi .,r I d 


s Is.,f|n 


Ipi 


r .,dl r .,n|d I— 




s. Is, is, 


Is, 


t, It, |d Id 


pi Ipi.,r|d 


Is, 


s, Is, |s, I— 




Hear with meek 


- ness, 


Hear with meek - ness, 


Hear Thy word 


with 


god - ly fear. 




S !s.,f|Pl 
d lT~" |d 


In 
Id 


s Is |s .,f I PI 
S| Is, |d Id 


d 1 I s |s 
d Id |d 


Is 
Id 


f .,PlI f .,S|PI I— 

s. Is, |d I— 



2 While our days on earth are lengthened, 
May we give them, Lord, to Thee; 

Cheered by hope, and daily strengthened, 
May we run, nor weary be, 

Till thy glory 
Without clouds in heaven we see. 

3 There, in worship purer, sweeter, 
Thee Thy people shall adore; 

Tasting of enjoyment greater 

Far than thought conceived before; 

Full enjoyment, 
Full, unmixed, and evermore. 

Thomas Kelly, 1809. 



56 



Great Jehovah! we adore Thee, 
God, the Father, God, the Son, 

God, the Spirit, joined in glory 
On the same eternal throne; 

Endless praises 
To Jehovah, Three in One. 

William Goode, 



1 81 1, a. 



57 

Lord! dismiss us with Thy blessing, 
Fill our hearts with joy and peace; 

Let us each, Thy love possessing, 
Triumph in redeeming grace; 

Oh! refresh us, 
Traveling through this wilderness. 

2 Thanks we give and adoration, 
For Thy gospel's joyful sound; 

May the fruits of Thy salvation 
In our hearts and lives abound: 

May Thy presence 
With us, evermore, be found. 

3 So, whene'er the signal's given, 
Us from earth to call away, 

Borne on angels' wings to heaven, 
Glad the summons to obey, 

We shall surely 
Reign with Christ in endless day. 

John Faivcett, 1774. 



^Kc Sbouse of (£)ob. 



Co Hendon. 


7s. 










C. 


H. A. M 


VLAN, 1828. 


Key g. 


















( 


d :d 

B, :'s, 


d . 


s, :d 
: S| 


.PI 


s 

B| 


:f 

Is, 


n 

Si 


I — 


n 
s. 


In 

Hi ) 


1 


Lord ! we 


come 


be 


- 


fore 


Thee 


now: 




At 


Thy 




n In 


Pi 


In 




pi 


Ir 


d 


I— 


d 


Id \ 


' 


d :d 


d 


:d 




S| 


:s, 


d 


I— 


d 


Hi ' 


( 


n . r I f . r 


d 


Is, 


. r 


d 


:— 


pi 
d 


In 
Id 


r 

ti 


Ir . pi > 


i. :i. 


iTTTd ) 


1 


feet we 


hum 


- bly 




bow; 




Oh! 


do 


not 


our ) 




f :f 


PI 


ir 


.f 


PI 


:— 


s 


Is 


s 


Is \ 


\ 


f. :r, 


S| 


:=.~ 




di 


:— 


d 


Id 


S| 


Is, ' 


( 

! 


f :s 
r In 

suit dis 


f 

r 

dain; 


In 
~7d 




s 
d 

Shall 


la 

:d 

we 


1 
d 

seek 


Is 
Id 

Thee, 


s .f 

r 

Lord! 


If .n v 
Id ) 

in > 




s :s 


s 


:— 




Pi 


In 


f 


In 


s 


Is \ 


\ 


s, :s, 


d 


:— 




d 


:d 


fi 


Id 


t, 


Id ' 


( 


pi ir 


d 


ir 


• t, 


pi 
d 


If .r 

:ii 


d 

S| 


Is, 


d 

Si 


I— 


d :t, 




vain? 


Shall 


we 




seek 


Thee, 


Lord! 


in 


vain? 






s i — 


pi 


Is 




s 


:i .f 


Pi 


Ir 


n 


• 


i 


bi :— 




is, 

CU.l 


. s, 
i 


d 


if, 


Si 


Is, 


d, 


I— 



2 Lord! on Thee our souls depend, 
In corajjassion, now descend; 

Fill our hearts with Thy rich grace, 
Tune our lips to sing Thy praise. 

3 In Thine own appointed way, 
Now we seek Thee, here we stay; 
Lord! we know not how to go, 
Till a blessing Thou bestow. 

4 Send some message, from Thy word, 
That may joy and peace afford; 

Let Thy Spirit now impart 
Full salvation to each heart. 

Williqm Hatnm-md, 1745. 



(&he $)ou&e of &)ot>, 

59 

To Thy temple I repair, 
Lord! I love to worship there, 
When, within the veil, I meet 
Christ before the mercy-seat. 

2 While Thy glorious praise is sung, 
Touch my lips, unloose my tongue, 
That my joyful soul may bless 
Thee, the Lord, my Righteousness. 

3 From Thy house, when I return, 
May my heart within me burn, 
Aud at evening let me say, 

"I have walked with God to-day." 

James Montgomery, 1812. 



6o Monkland. 7s. 



Arr. by John P. Wilkes, 1861. 



Key C. Con spirito. 



d 

d 


: n 
:d 


1 1 

ll 


5 


:d 




f . 
d 


s : 1 .t 1 

:t 1 


d' 

n 


• 




ni 1 

s 




: s 


Now 
Pi 


may 

: 1 


He, 

It 


who, 

: s 




from 
1 


the 

:t 1 


dead, 
s 


: _ 




Brought 
d 1 


the 

:d< 


d 


: ii 


Is, 


:d 




f 


:r |d 


:— 




d 


.r 


:n .1 


|r' 


:d« 




t 


: 1 


1 


s 


:— 


r 1 


:r' 


• d' I 


t 




'. s 


is 


: s 




s 


:fe 


1 


s 


:— 


s 


: r 




r 




: s 


Shep 
It 


- herd 

:d> 




of 
r 1 


the 


d> 1 


>heep, 
t 


• 


Je - 
t 


sus 

: 1 


C 
i 


irist, 
s 


our 

: t 


Is 


: pi 




r 


: r 


1 


5| 


:— 


s 


: fe 


1 


s 




Is .1 


d' 


: n 1 


|r' 


:— 


pi' 


:r' 


.d 1 it : 


d> 


d 1 


: t 




|d' 


:— 


s 


: s 


Is 


:— 


s 


:.s~ 


Is : 


s 


s 


: r 




|n 


:— 


King 

d 1 


and 
Id 1 


Head, 

It 


• 


AU 
d 1 


our 

: t 


souls 
.d' |r" : 


in 
d' 


safe 
r 1 


- ty 

: s 




keep. 
Is 


• 


n 


:d 


Is 




:— 


d 


'. r 


7n |f : 


pi 


s 


:s, 




Id 


:— 



2 May He teach us to fulfill 
What is pleasing in His sight; 

Perfect us in all His will, 

And preserve us day and night! 



3 To that dear Redeemer's praise, 
Who the covenant sealed with blood, 

Let our hearts and voices raise 
Loud thanksgivings to our God. 

yohn Newton, 1779. 



ISHe £bou*e of (§>ob. 



)I £ 


>t. Lroanc. 


H 


. M. 










John 


B. Dykes, i86i. 


Key A. 
















I n 


r Id |1, I 


t, 


d 


:- 1 


— I r 




n I s 


If 


I n \ 


\ • s i 


s. In, |1, I 


M. 


n, 


:- 


- is, 




S| I s, 


|lj_-t 


,Id ) 


. Lord 


of the worlds 


a - 


bove, 




How 




pleas - ant 


and 


how ) 


fid 


t, id if : 


r 


d 


:- 


— I s 




s I n 


If 


I s \ 


Id 


s, :i, if. : 


s. 


li 


:- 


- It, 


d I n 


ir 


Id ' 


r I— |— In 


r 


Is, 


Id 


Id 


t, I- 





Id x 


t, I— |— Is, 


1, 


:s. 


Is, 


Ife, 


s, I— 


— 


I s, ) 


fair The 


dwell 


-ings 


of 


Thy 


love, 




Thy > 


s I — | — In 


fe 


I r 


|n 


Id 


r I— 


— 


Id \ 


s, I— |— Id 


d 


It, 


11. 


11, 

p 


s, I— 

cres. 




In, ' 


r In |s, I fe, 


s. 


I— 


1- 


Is, 


s, I s. 


Is, 


Id v 


s, I- .n, 1 1*1 I d| 


t 2 


I— 


1- 


:t 2 


d, Ir, 


|n, 


In, ) 


earth - ly tern - pies 


are! 






To 


Thine a - 


bode 


my ) 


t, 11, It, 11, 


s, 


I— 


1- 


I S| 


1, It, 


Id 


Id \ 


r, Id, |r, Ir, 


s. 


I— 


1- 


If. 


nil Ir, 


Id, 


Ita, / 


/ 
d Id |d Id 


f 


I f 


In 


I r 


d I— 


Ir I- 


d I- 


- 1- 


f. Is, |1, Is, 


f. 


Is, 


Is, 


I 1. 


s, I— 


|t, :- 


n, I- 


- 1- 


heart as - pires With 


warn 


i de - 


sires 


to 


see 


my 


God. 




r In | f Is, 


1, 


:t, 


Id 


I f 


n I— 


it, :- 


d I- 


- 1- 


1, Is, 


If. In, 


T| 


i i"i 


In, 


I fi 


s, I— 


1 


s, I— 


d, I- 


- 1- 



2 Oil ! happy souls who pray, 
Where God appoints to hear! 

Oh! happy men who pay 

Their constant service there! 
They praise Thee still ; and happy they, 

Who love the way to Zion's hill. 

3 They go from strength to strength, 
Through this dark vale of tears, 

Till each arrives at length, 

Till each in heaven appears; 
Oh! glorious seat, when God, our King, 

Shall thither bring our willing feet. 

Isaac IVatts, 1719. 



62 



"®Ke Sbouse of @>o&. 



Zion! tune thy voice, 

Aud raise thy hands on high; 

Tell all the earth thy joys, 
And boast salvation nigh; 

Cheerful in God, arise and shine, 

While rays divine stream all abroad. 

2 He gilds thy morning face 
With beams that cannot fade; 

His all-resplendent grace 
He pours around thy head; 

The nations round thy form shall view, 

With lustre new, divinely crowned. 



3 In honor to His name, 
Reflect that sacred light; 

And loud that grace proclaim, 

Which makes thy darkness brig-lit; 
Pursue His praise, till sovereign love, 
In worlds above, the glory raise. 

4 There, on His holy hill, 
A brighter sun shall rise, 

And, with His radiance, fill 
Those fairer, purer skies; 
While, round His throne, ten thousand stars, 
In nobler spheres, His influence own. 

Philip Doddridge , 1740. 



63 Mear. c. 



Key F. 
s 



S| 

rise, 
PI 
d 



M. 



s 


pi :— 


:n 


t, 


d :— 


:d 





King 


of 


r 


d :— 


:d 


S| 


d :— 


:i. 



d : 
d : 

grace! 
PI \ 

ii : 



Unknown, 1740, 



PI 


r 


:— 


:r 


d 


t, 


:— 


:t, 


a - 


rise, 




And 


S 


S 


:— 


Is 


PI, 


S| 


\ — 


Is, 



/. :- 



:<i 
:d 

ter 

In 
Id 



lie 
Id 

Thy 

Ir 

Ir 



s 

ti : 

rest; 

r 

S, 



Is 
Id 

Lo! 
IPI 

Id 



1 
d 

Thy 
f 



Is 


s I 


It, 


d I 


hurch 


waits, 


Ir 


PI I- 


Is, 


d I 



Id 
Id 

with 

IPI 

II. 



f 

d 

long 

1 

f| 



(!, ;: 



In 


r 


Id 


t. 


ing 


eyes 


Is 


S 


Id, 


S| 



Id 

Hi 

Thus 
Id 



s 


I— 


In 


f I— 


Ir 


d 


t, 


I— 


Id 


d I— 


It, 


d 


to 




be 


owned 


and 


blest 


r 


I— 


In 


1 I— 


Is .f 


n 


S| 


I— 


Id 


f. :- 


Is, 


d. 



2 Here let the Son of David reign, 
Let God's Anointed shine; 

Justice and truth His court maintain, 
With love and power divine. 



3 Here let Him hold a lasting throne; 

And, as His kingdom grows, 
Fresh honors shall adorn His crown, 

And shame confound His foes. 

Isaac IVaffs, 1719. 



~©he Jfoou&e of ($)ob. 



>4 Lanesboro'. 


C. M. 












Wm, Dixon, 1790. 


KeyC. 

d 1 :— is :s 


i :- It 


:d> 


s 


•_ 


If 


•_ 


pi :- 


- I- :s . 


n :— |a :s 


f :- If 


In 


r 


:— 


|r 


:— 


d :- 


-'!-:■) 


Ear - ly, my 

s :— id' :d> 


God ! with 

d 1 :— is 


- 


out 
s 


• 


de 


V 


lay, 

s :- 


1 \ 
- 1- :d' 


d I — | n :n 

i :— if :r' 
f :- if :- 


f :- 

d 1 :- 

pi :- 


- I*_ 


Id 


t, 

d' 

pi 


:— 


Is, 


in 1 

Is 


d :- 

r 1 :- 
s :- 


- |- :n / 


- It 

- |r 


:— 


-It :- \ 
-is :- 1 


haste to 

i :- |i :- 


seek Thy 

s :— |s 


• 


face 
S 


j 


1 


My 

:d> 


thirst 

t :- 


■ y / 
- Ir 1 :— \ 


f :- ir :- 


s :— |s, 


i — 


d 


! — 


1 — 


:d 


s :- 


- 1? Li ' 


d' :— i— :r> 


pi 1 :r' |d' 


:t 


1 


I — 


1 — 


:s 


n :- 


.f |s :- .1 \ 


s :— |— :s 

spir - it 

d' :- i- :t 


s n 

faints 

d' :i 


| pi 


It 


d 

way 
1 






:d 

My 
In 


d :- 

thirst 

s :- 


.r |n I- .f / 


a 

H 


:se 


- y / 
- Id 1 :- \ 


PI '.— \— '.s 


d Ir |pi 


'. — 


li 


'. — 


1 — 


:d 


d :- 


-Id :- / 


s :— |— :d' 
pi i— |— :n 

spir it 

d 1 :— |— :s 


pi :- 


•t 1 


s 

PI 
a 

d' 


'- 


.1 
.f 


s :— 

n :— 

way, 

d' :— 


— :s \ 


d :- 


•r 1 


— :s / 


faints 

s :- 


- 1 


With -/ 

— : d 1 \ 


d :— |— Id 

• 


d :- 


- 1 


d 


I — 




d :— 


— In ' 


i :t id 1 :r> 


n' :- 


- 1 


r' 


I — 




d' :- 


— j — 


f :- is :i 


s :- 


- 1 


s 


:f 




n :— 


— :— 


oat Thy 

d 1 Ir' |d' :— 


cheer 

d' :- 


- 1 


iug 

t 


• 




grace. 

d> :— 


• 


I :— |pi : 


f 


S 


- 1 


Si 


:— 




d : 




— :— 



2 I've seen Thy glory and Thy power 
Through all Thy temple shine; 

My God! repeat that heavenly hour, 
That vision so divine. 



3 Not life itself, with all its joys, 
Can my best passions move; 

Or raise so high my cheerful voice, 
As Thy forgiving love. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



^he ^bousc of (S>ob. 



65 



Dalston. s. p. m. 



Aakon Williams, 1763. 



KEY A. 


















Is, :- 


d :d |r :t, 


d :- 


- Id 


:— 


pi In 


If 


Ir 


n 


in, :— 


s, is, 11, :s, 


s, \- 


- Is, 


:— 


l, :ii 


111 


Is, 


s. 


How 


pleased and blessed was 


I, 


To 




hear the 


peo 


- pie 


cry 


Id :- 


n In |f Ir 


pi :- 


- |n 


:— 


d id 


|r 


:t, 


d 


id, :- 


d, Id, |f, Is, 


d, :- 


- Id 


:— 


l, :i. 


If. 


• s. 


d 



in :- 


s Is |pi In 


d I— 


it, :- 


d .— 


Id I- 


d Ir |n Id 


r 


id :- 


t. It, |d 11, 


s, I— 


|s, I- 


s, I— 


|s, I- 


s. Is, |s. Is, 


s. 


"Come, 


let us seek our 


God 


to - 


day!" 


Tes, 


with a cheer - ful 


zeal, 


Id :- 


r Ir d Id 


n I— 


Ir I- 


n I— 


|n I- 


d It, |d Id 


t, 


Id I- 


S| Is, |1, 11, 


d :— 


|s, I- 


d, I— 


|d, I- 


n, Is, |d In, 


s. 



/ |r I_ 


n In 


Is 


Ife 


s I— 


Is I- 


n In |d If 


n I— |r I— 


d 


ils, I- 


s, Is, 


Id 


Id 


t, I- 


|t, I- 


d is, |1, 11, 


s, I- If, I- 


n. 


We 


haste to 


Zi 


■ on's 


hill, 


Aud 


there our vows and 


hon - ors 


pay 


/It, I- 


d Id 


|n 


Ir 


r I— 


Ir I- 


d Id |d Id 


d I- It, I- 


d 


'|s, I- 


d Id 


Hi 


11. 


S| I— 


1*1 :- 


d Id |1| If, 


s, I— |s, I- 


d, 



2 Zion! thrice happy place, 4 May peace attend thy gate, 

Adorned with wondrous grace, And joy within thee wait, 

And walls of strength embrace thee round; To bless the soul of every guest 1 
In thee our tribes appear The man who seeks thy peace, 

To praise, and pray, and hear And wishes thine increase, — 

The sacred gospel's joyful sound. A thousand blessings on him rest! 



3 There David's greater Son 

Has fixed His royal throne; 
He sits for grace and judgment there: 

He bids the saint be glad, 

He makes the sinner sad, 
And humble souls rejoice with fear. 



5 My tongue repeats her vows; 

"Peace to this sacred house!" 
For there my friends and kindred dwell: 

And, since my glorious God 

Makes thee His blest abode, 
My soul shall ever love thee well. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



^Kc £bou&e of (§>od. 

66 Dalston. s. p. m. 



Aaron Williams, 1763. 




s : 

ti : 

head 

r : 

s, : 

11 : 
si : 

girt 

d : 
d : 



s 


|n 


In 


tl 


Id 


:ii 


with aw 


-ful 


r 


Id 


:d 


S| 


Hi 


:i. 



It, 

Is, 
ries 
|r 
Is, 



t\ 



m 


|s :ie 


S| 


Id :d 


m\ 


1 sovereign 


d 


|n '.r 


d 


|ii :ii 



:- is 

:- It, 

might, And 

r :— |r 

. :— Is, 




: ) 



2 Upheld by Thy commands, 
The world securely stands, 

And skies and stars obey Thy word; 

Thy throne was fixed on high 

Before the starry skj'; 
Eternal is Thy kingdom, Lord! 

3 Let floods and nations rage, 
And all their powers engage — 

Let swelling tides assault the sky — 
The terrors of Thy frown 
Shall beat their madness down; 

Thy throne forever stands on high. 

4 Thy promises are true; 
Thy grace is ever new; 

There fixed, Thy church shall ne'er remove ; 

Thy saints, with holy fear, 

Shall in Thy courts appear, 
And sing Thine everlasting love. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



67 



'Tis heaven begun below 
To hear Christ's praises flow 
In Zion, where His name is known: 



rays of maj - es- 
d :d |d Id 

d :d i, :f. 

What will it be above 
To sing redeeming love, 
And cast our crowns before His throne I 

2 Oh, what sweet company 
We then shall hear and see! 

What harmony will there abound! 

When souls unnumbered sing 

The praise of Zion's King, 
Nor one dissenting voice is found! 

3 With everlasting joy, 
Such as will never cloy, 

We shall be filled, nor wish for more; 

Bright as meridian day, 

Calm as the evening ray, 
Full as a sea without a shore. 

4 Till that blest period come, 
Zion shall be my home; 

And may I never thence remove, 

Till from the church below 

To that on high I go, 
And there commune in perfect love. 

Joseph Swain, 1792. 



"©He <5bou#e of (3>od. 



6 8 Laban. 

KeyC. 



S. M. 



Lowell Mason, 1830. 



PI 



:-.f 



1 » * : ~- 

Oome, 

is :- 
Id :- 

|d _J:_f 

Join 

Is :- 
Id :- 



s :s 
n In 



Is 
In 



:d> 

In 



we that love the 

s :d' id 1 :s 

d :d |d :d 



s :s |s :d' 

pi In |s Is 

in a song with 

s :d' id 1 : pi 1 

d :d |n :d 



s :— 
n i— 

Lord! 

d 1 :— 
d :— 



in 1 

Is 
And 
Id' 
Id 



t :- |d> :- 

s .*— |n I fe 

sweet ac 

r 1 :- |d> :— 

s :- 11 :- 



r 1 

s 

cord 

t 

s 



r 1 Id' 
s Is 



let our joys 



In' 



|r' I- 

- Is I- 
And 

- It I- 

Is I- 



II 

Ife 

be 
Id' 

|r Ir 

/ 

n> Id' is 

s Is |r 

thus sur-round 

d' Is |t 

d 1 In |s 



s I- 

s I— 

known: 
t I— 
S| I— 



t 


d 1 I— 


f 


n I— 


the 


throne. 


s 


s I— 


S| 


d I— 



2 Let those refuse to sing, 
That never knew our God; 

But children of the heavenly King 
May speak their joys abroad. 

3 The men of grace have found 
Glory begun below; 

Celestial fruits on earthly ground 
From faith and hope may grow. 



4 The hill of Zion yields 

A thousand sacred sweets 
Before we reach the heavenly fields, 
Or walk the golden streets. 

5 Then let our songs abound, 
And every tear be dry; 

We're marching thro' Immanuel's ground, 
To fairer worlds on high. 





















Isaac Watts, 1707. 


60 Warwick. 


C. M. 








Samuel Stanley, 1800. 


Ke 
/ Id 
lid 


vEb. 

11 .8 I d'.l 


s 
d 


I 1 

Id 


s .n 

d - 


Ir 
It, 


d 
d 


In 
Id 


s :i.t,d' 

r I n 


t .1 Is.fe 
r I r 


S ) 

r | 


I My 
lid 


soul! how 
s .n : 1 .1 
d - Id - 


love 

n 

d 


-iy 
: f 


is 
PI .s 

S| 


the 

Is.f 
Is, 


place 

n 

d 


, To 
I s 
Id 


which Thy 
s I s 

t, Id 


God re - 
s.d'I t.l 
r I r 


sorts; ( 
t ' 

s. 


/ I s 


l.i I d'.l 


s 


I n 


f .r 


Is.f 


n 


I s 


1 .t Id'.r' 


d' I t 


d' 


lid 
< 'Tis 


d I f 

heaven to 
f .1 I 1 .d' 


n 

see 

d' 


Id.t, 

His 
I s 


li 

smil 
f 


:t, 

- ing 

Ir.s 


d 

face, 
s 


Id 

Though 
Id' 


d .r Is.f 
in His 
1 .f Is.l 


n Ir.f 

earth - ly 
s I s 


n 

courts. 
s 


\ Id 


d Id 


d 


Id 


r 


I S| 


d 


I n 


f In.f 


s I s. 


d 



2 There the great Monarch of the skies 

His saving power displays, 
And light breaks in upon our eyes, 

With kind and quickening rays. 



3 There, mighty God! Thy words declare 

The secrets of Thy will; 
And still we seek Thy mercy there, 

And sing Thy praises still. 

Isaac Waits, ■ 719. 



"©Kc Sbou&e of (§)ob. 

jO Uxbridge. l. m. 



Lowell Mason. 1824. 



Key F. 



Id :- 
Is, :- 



d Ir \n Ir 

s,:t, |d :i. 



How pleasant, how di- 
|n I— n Is |s If 
Id :— d Is, |d If, 



is :- 

,|d :- 

v With 
'|n :- 
id :- 



d 1 


s 


II 


Is 


d 


d 


Id 


:d 


long 


ie 


-sire 


my 


s 


pi 


If 


Is 


pi 


d 


If 


In 



d I- It, I- 

s, I— I s, I- 

vine - ly 

Pi I— |r I- 

s, I— |s, I- 

f I— |n I- 

d It , |d I 

spir - it 

s I— s I- 

r I— Id I- 



d I— |n 
s, I— |d 

fair, 
n I— |s 
d I— |d 



s Is 1 It 

d Ir |r Ir 

Lord of hosts! Thy 
.. Ir ie Is 
d It, 1, Is, 



d'l- |1 I- 
n I— Ir Id 



dwell - ings 

s I— I fe I— 
d I— |r I— 



s I— 
t, I- 

are, 
s I— 
s, I— 



r I— |r I— 


i'i : s ' s If 


n I— 


Ir I- 


d I— 


t, I- It, I- 


d Ir |pi Ir 


d I— 


l*i :- 


d I— 


faints To 


meet th'assemblies 


of 


Thy 


saints. 


s '.— |s I— 


sis |s 11 


s I— 


|s If 


n I— 


s, I— |s, I— 


d It, Id If, 


s,I— 


|s7T^ 


d I— 



2 Bless'd are the men, whose hearts are set 3 Cheerful they walk with growing strength 
To find the way to Zion's gate; Till all shall meet in heaven at length; 

God is their strength; and, through the road, Till all before Thy face appear, 
They lean upon their Helper, God. And join in nobler worship there. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



7 1 



Mendon. L. M. 



German, 1822. 



Key C. 



d 1 I t Id 1 


s I— I d' 


t I— 


Id' 


r'l— 


n I f I s 


r I— Id 


f I— 


I n 


s I— 


Come,dearest 


Lord ! de - 


scend 


and 


dwell, 


s I s I d 1 


t I— Is 


s I— 


Id' 


t I— 


d I r I n 


s I-.fln 


r I— 


Id 


s I— 



r I r I r 
s I s I s 

Then shall we 
t I t I t 
sis Is 



n 1 1— I d 
s I— I s 
know, and 
d 1 1— I s 
d' I— I n 



I' I— I n' 
f I-.sI s 
taste, and 
1 I-.t ld 1 
r I— Id 



r 1 .- 
s I- 

feel, 
t I 
s I- 



d' I n 1 I d' 
n I s I s 
By faith and 
s I d 1 I s 
d I d I n 

d 1 1 n' I d 1 

n I s I s 
The joys tha 
d 1 I d> I s 

d : d : M 



1 
f 

love, 

1 

f 

1 
f 

can 

1 

f 



— : f 

- not 

— II 

— I r 



d' :-.r'I t 



n I-.f I r 
ev - ery 
s I— Is 
si— Is, 



d'l— 

n I— 
breast ; 
s I — 
d I— 



d 1 1— I t 


d 1 1— I— 


n I s I f 
be ex- 
s.d'In'I r 1 


n I— I— 

pressed. 
d 1 1- I— 


S I— I S| 


d I— I— 



2 Come, fill our hearts with inward strength 3 Now to the God, whose power can do 
Make our enlarged souls possess, More than our thoughts or wishes know, 

And learn the height, and breadth, and Be everlasting honors done, 
Of Thine immeasurable grace. [length, By all the church, through Christ, His Son. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



^Ke £boi*ze of (§>ob. 



72 Truro, l. m. 



KEY 


E 


P. 






d 




I n 


.,* 


s 


d 




1 pi 


.,f 


s 


With 




one 


con - 


sent, 


d 




: pi 


.,* 


S 


d 




: n 


-,f 


s 



s 


1 


: t 


d 1 


s 


f 


:f 


pi 


let 


all 


the 


earth 


d 1 


d 1 


'. s 


S 


pi 


f 


1 r 


d 



Charles Burney, 1769. 



. S 

, s 
To 
s 



d> 


: s 


f .pi 


Ir .d 


f 


.* PI 


r 


s 


m 


d 


: t, . d 


tl 


:d 


ti 


God 


their 


cheer 


• ful 


voic 


es 


raise, 


S 


id' 


d 1 


: s 


s 


: s 


S 


PI 


:d 


1 .s 


:f .pi 


r 


Id 


S| 


d 


:r 

:s. 


PI 


:- .s 
'.- . s, 


s A 

1, 


In . r 
IsTTf, 


f. E>. 
"|t| 


hom 


- age 


pay, 


with 


aw 


ful 


mirth, 


Si 


:t, 


d 


:- .d 


d 


:t, 


ds 


PI, 


:s. 


d 


:- .pi. 


*i 


:s, 


Ml 


s 

d 

sing 

d 1 


:d« 

: n 

be 

: s 


r . 1 
r . f 

fore 
1 .f 


is . f 

I pi . r 

Him~ 
Is .1 


pi 
d 

songs 
s 


I r 

:t, 

of 

:- .f 


d 
d 

praise 
PI 


pi 


:d 


f .r 


:n .f 


s 


:s, 


d 



Bt?.t. 
.18, 

.r S| 
Glad 
.rs, 
.rg, 



. S 

. r 
And 
. t 
.f 



2 Convinced that He is Grod alone, 
From whom both we and all proceed; 

We, whom He chooses for His own, 
The flock that He vouchsafes to feed. 

3 Oh ! enter, then, His temple gate, 
Thence to His courts devoutly press; 



And still your grateful hymns repeat, 
And still His name with praises bless. 

4 For He's the Lord, supremely good; 

His mercy is for ever sure; 
His truth, which always firmly stood, 

To endless ages shall endure. 

Tate &> Brady, 1696. 



^Kc 'SrinUg. 



73 



Te Deum. l. m. 



Joseph E. Sweetser, 18 



Key C. 



.s 


d 1 : s .pi 


d :- .s 


pi 1 : r'.d' 


d' 


:t.s 


f'.piTr'.d 1 


t .d'Ir'-n' 


r 1 :fe 


.s 


d' : s .n 


d :- .s 


s :s 


s 


:- .s 


s : s 


s :s 


s .*r 


Thee, 
.s 


Thee we 

d 1 : s .pi 

d 1 : s .n 


praise, 

d :- .s 
d :- .s 


God! and 

d 1 : f.pi' 
d 1 : FTd 1 


own 
PI 1 


That 
Ir'.t 


Thou, the 
t .d'lr'.pi' 

s :s 


Lord, art 
V. pi 1 : r'.d' 

s :s 


God a - 

t :i 

r :r 


. s 


s 


:- .s 



s .- .s > 
r :- .pi ) 

lone; Thy/ 



.d' 
.d 



s.f :n.s 

n.r :d.Pi 

praise su - 

d< :s 
d :d 



d 1 :- .s 
n.t r s .pi 

preme all 

s :- .d' 

d .r : pi .d 



l.t :d'.r' 


t :- .t 


f .s :i 

na - ture 

d' : d'.f ' 


s :- .s 

smgs, E - 

r'.f Ipi'.r 1 


f :f 


s :- .f 



4U :d\r' 
s.f :n .s 
ter - nal 
d'.s IsA 
n .r Id .s 



sTf :F7i 

Fa - ther! 
d' Id'.f 
d'.l :Hr 



d 1 :t 


d 1 :- . 


s :f 


pi :- . 


King of 


kings! 


pi 1 Ir 1 


d 1 :- . 


s : s. 


d :- . 



2 All angels, and the cherubim, — 
The heavenly host, — the seraphim, — 
Cease not to cry, — " Be Thou adored, 
O holy, holy, holy Lord ! " 

3 The heavens and earth are full of Thee,- 
Thy glory, power, and majesty; 

Tii' apostles, prophets, martyrs, raise 
To Thee their loudest songs of praise. 

4 Thy holy church, o'er all the earth, 
Exulting owns, with hallowed mirth, — 
Infinite majesty is Thine, 

Father eternal! Power divine! 

5 Thee, too, O Christ! they all confess,— 
Thee, King of glory! Thee they bless; 
The Father's Son Thou art alone, — 
Partaker of th' eternal throne. 

6 Thee, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost! 
Thy saints, with all the heavenly host, 
Confess, proclaim, extol, adore, 

From day to day, for evermore. 

Latin, Ambrose (?), 390. 
Tr. Edivin F. Hatfield, 1871. 



74 



O holy, holy, holy Lord! 

Bright in Thy 'deeds and in Thy name, 
Forever be Thy name adored, 

Thy glories let the world proclaim! 



2 Jesus! Lamb once crucified 

To take our load of sins away, — 
Thine be the hymn, that rolls its tide 

Along the realms of upper day! 
-30 holy Spirit ! from above, 

In streams of light and glory given, 
Thou source of ecstasy and love, [heaven! 

Thy praises ring through earth and 
4 God Triune! to Thee we owe 

Our every thought, our every song; 
And ever may Thy praises flow 

From saint and seraph's burning tongue! 

yames Wallis Eastburn, 1815 (?). 

75 

The Lord is King; lift up thy voice, 
earth! and, all ye heavens! rejoice; 
From world to world the joy shall ring, — 
The Lord omnipotent is King. 

2 Alike pervaded by His eye, 
All parts of His dominion lie; 

This world of ours and worlds unseen, 
There is no boundary between. 

3 Oh ! when His wisdom can mistake, 
His might decay, His love forsake, 
Then may His children cease to sing, — 
The Lord omnipotent is King, 

Josiak Conder, 1824, a. 



"©He Srimig. 



7Q VIX. 


ys. 








Conrad Kocher, 1838, an. 


Key A. 












D. C 


d :t,.d|r 


:d 


f :f in :— 


i. :t, 


Id 


:i, 


s, is, |s, :— 


s, :s, |s, 


:b. 


f< :ii la, :- 


d :s, 


Is, 


:f< 


r, :r, |m, \— 


fHo-ly, ho - ly, 
\ By the heavens and 


ho - ly Lord 
earth a - dored ! 


God of 
An - gels 


hosts 
and 


e - 

arch- 


ter - nal King ! 1 
an - gels sing, / 


n Il.n |r 


'.n 


d :d id :— 


d :r 


Id 


:d 


d :t, id :— 


d :F.d|t, 


:d 


ii :*i m. :- 


f. :«. 


|n, 


:f. 


s, :s, id, :— 


n Ir |d 


:n 


s :-.f |n :— 


ii :t, 


Id 


:t 


n It |d : — 


s, : se, |1| 


:d 


s. is, s, :— 


i. :f. 


|n, 


:i, 


s, :-.f,|n, :— 


Chanting ev 


-ar- 


last-ing - ly 


To the 


bless 


- ed 


Trin - i - ty. 


d '.V\ |P1 


id 


r :t, |d :- 


d :r 


Id 


:d 


d :t, id :— 


d :t, |i, 


:i, 


ti :s, id, :- 


i\ :r, 


Hi 


:*i 


s, :s, |di :— 



2 Since by Thee were all things made, 
And in Thee do all things live, 

Be to Thee all honor paid; 

Praise to Thee let all things give, 
Singing everlastingly 
To the blessed Trinity. 

3 Thousands, tens of thousands, stand 
Spirits bless'd, before the throne, 

Speeding thence at Thy command; 
And, when Thy commands are done, 
Singing everlastingly 
To the blessed, Trinity. 

4 Cherubim and seraphim 

Veil their faces with their wings; 
Eyes of angels are too dim 
To behold the King of kings, 

While they sing eternally 

To the blessed Trinity. 

5 Thee, apostles, prophets, Thee, 
Thee, the noble martyr band, 

Praise with solemn jubilee; 

Thee, the church in every land, 
Singing everlastingly 
To the blessed Trinity. 

6 Hallelujah! Lord! to Thee, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 



Godhead One, and Persons three! 
Join with us the heavenly host, 
Singing everlastingly 
To the blessed Trinity. 

Christopher II ordsworth, 1862. 



77 



God of mercy, God of grace! 
Show the brightness of Thy face; 
Shine upon us, Saviour! shine; 
Fill Thy church with light divine; 
And Thy saving health extend 
Unto earth's remotest end. 

2 Let the people praise Thee, Lord! 
Be by all that live adored; 

Let the nations shout and sing, 
Glory to their Saviour King; 
At Thy feet their tributes pay, 
And Thy holy will obey. 

3 Let the people praise Thee, Lord! 
Earth shall then her fruits afford; 
God to man His blessing give; 
Man to God devoted live; 

All below, and all above, 

One in joy, and light, and love. 

Henry Francis Lyte, 1834^ 



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78 Italy. 6s & 4s. 



Felice Giardint, 1769. 



Key G. 


Con ener 


jia. 












s In Id 


r Id It, 


d I— I— 


d Ir In 


f.slf In 


r I— I— 


s In Id 


s, I— 


S| : s, : s, 


ll IS, IS| 


s, I — I — 


s. It, Id 


Fl^Id 


t,:-:- 


s, In Id 


S| I — 


Come, Thou al 


-might - y 


King! 


Help us Thy 


name to 


sing, 


Help us to 


praise: 


pi Is Is 


t 'n Ir 


n I— I— 


n Is Is 


s I— Is 


s I — I— 


s In Id 


s, I— 


d Id : ni| 


f, Is, Is, 


d, :- :- 


d I S| I d 


t, I- Id 


s, :— :— 


s In Id 


s, I— 



r I n I f 


n I-.rl d 


r In I f 


n I-.rl d 


d In Is 


s I-.IIs 


I In Ir 


d I— I— 




t, Id Ir 


d I .s,I S| 


t,Id Ir 


d I-.S|IS| 


d I nils. 


d l-.dld 


r Id It, 


d I— I— 




Father! all 


glo - ri-ous. 


O'er all vic- 


to - ri-ous, C 


ome.and reign 


- verus, 


Ancient of 


days! 




s I s I s 


s I-.fln 


s Is Is 


s I-.fln 


d In Is 


n I-.fln 


1 Is If 


n I— I— 




S, ■ s, . s, 


d I-.dld 


B| i S, I S, 


d l-.dld 


d In Is 


d l-.dld 


f, is,: s, 


d I— I— 





2 Come, Thou incarnate Word! 
Gird on Thy mighty sword; 

Our prayer attend: 
Come, and Thy people bless, 
And give Thy word success; 
Spirit of holiness! 

On us descend. 

3 Come, holy Comforter! 
Thy sacred witness bear, 

In this glad hour: 
Thou, who almighty art, 
Now rule in every heart, 
And ne'er from us depart, 

Spirit of power! 

4 To the great One in Three 
The highest praises be, 

Hence, evermore 1 
His sovereign majesty 
May we in glory see, 
And to eternity 

Love and adore. 

Charles Wesley, 1757. 



79 



Thou, whose almighty word 

Chaos and darkness heard, 

And took their flight, 



Hear us, we humbly pray, 
And, where the gospel's day 
Shed not its glorious ray, 
"Let there be light!" 

2 Thou! who didst come to bring, 
On Thy redeeming wing, 

Healing and sight, 
Health to the sick in mind, 
Sight to the inly blind, — 
Oh! now to all mankind 

"Let there be light!" 

3 Spirit of truth and love, 
Life-giving holy Dove! 

Speed forth Thy flight: 
Move o'er the waters' face, 
Bearing the lamp of grace, 
And, in earth's darkest place, 

"Let there be light!" 

4 Blessed and holy Three, 
All-glorious Trinity, — 

Wisdom, Love, Might! 
Boundless as ocean's tide 
Rolling in fullest pride, 
Through the world, far and wide, — 

"Let there be light!" 

John Marriott, 1813. 



"©He ^rmii^. 



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Key F. 



d Is, |d :r 


pi 


lr 


|n.,fls 


s, :s, |i, :t. 


d 


It, 


|d Id 


Meet and right it 


is 


to 


sing, In 


n lr |d Is 


s 


Is 


|s Is 


d :t, |1, Is, 


d 


Is, 


|d .,rlPi 



d Is, |d lr 

s. Is, |1| It, 

Glo - ry to our 

pi lr |d Is 

d It, |1, Is, 

s II |s II 

pi If |pi If 

Join we, then, with 

s II |s II 

PI If In If 



d IS| 
s. Is, 
Ho - ly, 
pi lr 
d It, 



Id 
111 
ho 

Id 

II, 



,r 

:t, 

is 
is. 



pi lr |pi.,fls 
d It, |d Id 

heav"nly King, — The 

s Is s Is 

d Is, |d.,rln 

s If .pi I r I— 
pi IMi|t| I— 

sweet ac - cord, 

s Is s I— 
pi lr .d |s, I— 



n 
d 

ho 

s 

d 



,r 

:t, 

iy 
Is 



|n.,fis 

|d Id 
LordlE 

|s Is 
|d .,rlPi 



1 Is |f In 

d Id |t, Id 

ev - 'ry time and 

f Is s Is 

f In |r Id 

1 Is |f Ipi 

d Id |t, Id 

God of truth and 

f Is S Is 

f In |r Id 

pi lr |f In 

d It, |d Id 
All in one thanks 

s Is 1 Is 

d Is, |f, Id 

1 I s . f I n I r 

d IdTTrJd It, 

ter - nal praise be 

f Is_.l s If 

f In .f |s Is, 



James Narks, 1750. 



r I— 

ti I— 

place, 
S I — 

S| I — 
r I— 

t> :- 

grace : 
S I — 

s, I— 



r .dlr .n 

t±T,:t[.I 

giv - ing 
s Is 
s. Is, 



d I- 
d I- 

Thine. 
n I- 
d I- 



r 

t, 

oin: 
S 

Si 



2 Thee the first born sons of light, 
In choral symphonies, 

Praise by day, day without night, 

And never, never cease: 
Angels, and archangels, all 

Praise the mystic Three in One, 
Sing, and stop, and gaze, and fall, 

Overwhelmed before Thy throne. 

3 Vying with the heavenly choir 
Who chant Thy praise above, 

We on eagle's wings aspire — 
The wings of faith and love: 



Thee they sing with glory crowned; 

We extol the slaughtered Lamb: 
Lower if our voices sound, 

Our theme is still the same. 

4 Father, God! Thy love we praise, 

Which gave Thy Son to die: 
Jesus, full of truth and grace, 

Alike we glorify: 
Spirit, Comforter Divine 1 

Praise by all to Thee be given, 
Till we in full chorus join, 

And earth is turned to heaven. 

Charles Wesley, 1749. 



*®ke ^rmitg. 



1 t\ 


nihierua 


un. 7 


h & Ub. 1 


^ 








Jambs 


Narks, 1750 


Key F 


















d :s, 


|d :r 


n Ir 


|n.,i:s 


1 


Is 


\i 


In 


r I— 


1— I — 


s, : s, 


Hi :t, 


d :t, 


|d :d 


d 


:d 


It, 


Id 


t, I- 


1— -~ 


Rise, my 


soul! and 


stretch thy 


wings, Thy 


bet 


- ter 


por 


- tion 


trace; 




n Ir 


|d :s 


s Is 


is :s 


f 


Is 


|s 


Is 


s I— 


1— I — 


d :t, 


Hi :s, 


d :si 


|d .,rln 


i 


In 


|r 


Id 


s, I— 


|— I — 



d Is, |d Ir 

s. Is, 1, It, 

Rise, from tran - si 

i'i Ir Id Is 

d It, |1, Is, 



n Ir |n.,fls 

d It, |d" Id 

to - ry things, Tow'rds 

s Is s Is 

d Is, |d.,rln 



1 Is |f In 
d Id |t, Id 

heaven, thy na - tive 
f Is |s Is 
f In |r Id 



r 

li 

place 
s 

Si 



s 11 


|s II 


s I f .n |r I— 


n If 


|n If 


n : tTTd 1 1, I— 


Sun, and 


moon, and 


stars de - cay; 


s 11 


|s 11 


s Is |s I— 


rt If 


|n If 


n Ir .d s, I— 



n Ir 
d It, 


If 
Id 


In 
Id 


r .dlr .n 

tjTI,: Ci 


|r 
It, 


Time shall 


soon 


this 


earth re - 


move 


s Is 


11 


Is 


s Is 


s 


d Is, 


If, 


Id 


S, IS| 


,s. 



d Is, |d 


Ir 


n Ir 


|n.,fls 


1 Is .f |n Ir 


d 


s. Is, |1, 


:t, 


d It, 


|d Id 


d :d 7r ]d It, 


d 


Rise, my soul! 


and 


haste a 


- way To 


seats pre - pared a - 


bove 


n Ir jd 


Is 


s Is 


s Is 


f Is.l|s If 


n 


d It, |1, 


• s, 


d Is, 


|d .,rln 


f I n . f | s Is, 


d 



2 Rivers to the ocean run, 

Nor stay in all their course; 
Fire ascending seeks the sun ; 

Both speed them to their source: 
So a soul, that's born of God, 

Pants to view His glorious face; 
Upward tends to His abode, 

To rest in His embrace. 



3 Cease, ye pilrgims ! cease to mourn, 

Press onward to the prize; 
Soon our Saviour will return, 

Triumphant in the skies: 
Yet a season, — and you know, 

Happy entrance will be given, 
All our sorrows left below, 

And earth exchanged for heaven. 

Robert Seagrave , 1742, a. 



^he c ©trmiig. 



82 Arthur's Seat. h. m. 

Key C. 



Arr. from Sir John Goss. 



Is 


d 1 I-.d 1 |t 


11 


s I 




I- 11. t 


d' Ir' |n' 


Ir'.d' 


r' I- 




: s 


d 1 I-.d 1 |t 11 


s I— 


1- :f 


s Is s Is 


s I— 


To 


Him that chose us 


first, 


Be- 


fore the world be - 


gan; 


: s 


d' I-.d 1 |t 11 


s I— 


l- :d> 


d' It |d> Id' 


t I— 


:s 


d 1 I-.d 1 |t II 


s I— 


1- :f 


n Is |d' In 


s I— 


is 


n' I-.r' |d' It 


1 It 


|d» In' 


r' I-.r 1 |n' Ir' 


s I— 


Is 


s I- .s |s Is 


t I— 


|s Is 


s I- .s | f e I te 


s I— 


To 


Him that bore the 


curse 


To 


save re - bel - lious 


man; 


It 


d 1 I-.t |d' Id' 


d 1 Ir' 


|d' Id' 


t I-.t |d' Id' 


t I— 


Is 


d I- .r |n In 


t I— 


|n Id 


r I- .r |r I r 


s I— 


Is 


1 :-.i|i :i 


t I-.t It It 


d'l 


— [de'I- 


r'ln' |f Ir" 


d"I- |t I— 


d 1 : 


Ir 


n I-.n | pi In 


t :-.t|f it 


n I 


-|1 I- 


1 i-i-it 


n I— |i 


? I— 


n : 


To I 


limthatform'dour 


hearts anew Is 


end 


- less 


praise and 


glo - 1 


7 


due 


It 


d'l .d'[d' Id 1 


r 1 1-.r'lr 1 Ir 1 


d 1 I 


- |n' I- 


r'Ide'lr' 11 


s :-i 


i I— 


s 


Is 


s I-.s|s Is 


s :-.8|i 


> I se 


1 I 


-|s I- 


f In |r If 


s I— 1 


3, I—. 


d 



2 The Father's love shall run 
Through our unmortal songs; 

We bring to God, the Son, 

Hosannas on our tongues: 
Our lips address the Spirit's name, 
With equal praise, and zeal the same. 

3 Let every saint above, 
And angel round the throne, 

For ever bless and love 

The sacred Three in One: 
Thus heaven shall raise His honors high, 
When earth and time grow old and die. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



83 



We give immortal praise 
To God the Father's love, 

For all our comforts here, 
And better hopes above: 

He sent His own eternal Sou 

To die for sins that man has done. 



2 To God, the Son, belongs 
Immortal glory too, 

Who bought us with His blood 

From everlasting woe: 
And now He lives, and now He reigns, 
" And sees the fruit of all His pains. 

3 To God the Spirit's name, 
Immortal worship give, 

Whose new-creating power 

Makes the dead sinner live: 
His work complete the great design, 
And fills the soul with joy divine. 

4 Almighty God! to Thee 
Be endless honors done,— 

The undivided Three, 

The great, mysterious One! 
Where reason fails with all her powers, 
There faith prevails and love adores. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



^®Kc ^trmtlg. 



84 Lyman, h. m. 

Key Bt». Ardito. 



s, 

(Since 
d 



s 



s, .— . s, 

pii i — i pi| |pi| ; 

o'er Thy foot 



:d 
:d. 



Id :- 
Id, :- 



:S| 
:n, 

stool 

:d 
:d. 



d : 

pi, : 

here, 

s, : 
d, : 



I- 



- :- l- 



r :- 

si :- 

strewn 

t, :- 

s. :— 



s, :— :— 

throne! 

s, :— :— 

ti :- :— 
s, :- :- 



.r 

:s. 

Oh 



pi '.— In |r '. d '. 1, 

s, :-:s, n, :— :f, 

what mag-nif - i- 

d :— :d id :— :d 
d : — : d, n, :-:f, 



s, :— 

li- 
cence 

d :— 
d,:- 



- :s, 

- :n. 

Great 

- :d 

- :d, 

-is, :- 

— is, :- 

Must 

-Id :- 

— In, :- 



s, :- 
f, :- 

God, 

t, :- 
s, :- 



s, 

S| 

glo 

t 



L. VAN Bebthoven. 

S, | S, :i , : S| 

f. If, :- :f, 

such gems are , 

t, it, :d :t, 

s, s, :— is, 

-:s, it, :-:i 



ri 



.s, 
So 



r . 

bill 



S| 
t, 

s, 

So 



r .— .— 

liant 

s, : f e 1 : f. 



r :— 

drops 



:- |r :- : 

of 

:fe, If, 



tides 

i, :- 
1, :— 



, s, s, 

:ti it, 

is, |8j_ 
but drops 

:- id 



11 



n :— 

light— 

pi, :— 

d :— 
d :— 



bril 



these 

PI, :- 

u :r d :- 
TT, :t, d :- 

- liant these 

- '.S 
There 



PI .— 



• a, |i, .— . 1, \ 

:r, is, :— :fe,/ 

w a - bout Thy) 

:t, |r :-:d 



:r, |r, :— :r 






- Id 



:s, 

but 



:- is 

- cean 



:n, 

:d 
:d, 



of light 



I* 

There o 



pi^j^, :s, 

d : t, : ta, 
:r, :n. 



roll 

I PI, 



:te 



Id |d :— 



:- li, 



: la, 



pi : — 

deep 

s, :— 

d :— 

s, :- 



I pi :- 

and 

If 1 :- 

It, :- 
Is, :- 



d :— 

bright. 

pi, :- 

d :- 

d, :- 



2 If night's l^lue-curtained sky, 
With constellatious wrought, 
Like royal canopy, 

With matchless diamonds fraught, 
Be, Lord, Thy temples outer vail, 
What splendor at the shrine must dwell! 



3 Can our dim eyes endure 
That noon of living rays! 
These spirits, so impure, 
Upon Thy glory gaze! 
In mercy, Lord, anoint our sight, 
And fit us for that world of light. 

W. H. Muhlenberg, 1823. a. 



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us 


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Key aJ?. Marcato 

d :— |d 


:d 


r : 




It :- 




n 


:d |d 


• r \ 


si :— is, 


• S| 


s, : 


— 


Is, :— 




s. 


:se, |1, 


:ii / 


Praise ye 


the 


Fa - 


- - 


ther! 




for 


His lov - 


in g / 


n :— \n 


In 


f : 


— 


I« ^ 




n 


:n |f 


:f \ 


A :— |d 


:d 


ti : 


— 


It, :- 




d 


:d |f, 


:fi / 


d :- it, : 


n :— 

s, :- 


- |n 

■ Is, 


In 

:s. 


n :- .r 


|r 
i se, 


:— 


p 

d :d |r 

l. :i. Hi 


:d , 


s, :— is, : 


se, :— 


:ii ) 


kind - ness, 


Ten 


der 


- iy 


cares 


He 




for His err 


' in g ) 


n :— |r : 


n I— 


- |n 


In 


n :— 


|n 


:— 


n In |f 


' n 1 


si :— is, : 


d :- 


- Id 


:d 


t. :- 


|ti 


i — 


1. :ii lii 


:i. ' 


T :- it, : 


/ 

n I— 


• Id 


Id 


t :- .pi 


|r 


.__ 


n :n |r 


: d 


1, :— |se, : 


d :- 


■ Is, 


:s. 


si :— 


Is, 


! — 


s, :s, |fe. 


:fe ) 


chil - dren ; 


Praise 


Him, 


ye 


an - - 


gels 




praise Him in 


the > 


n I— |n : 


s :— 


|n 


:n 


r :— 


|r 


:— 


d Id |r 


* r 1 


n, :— |n, : 


d :- 


Id 


:d 


t, :- 


|t| 


: ~ 


d :d 1, 


:ii ' 


tj m, is, :- 


n :- 

S| :— 

Praise 


Id 
H. 
ye 


.*r 

Je- 


d :— 


It, 


:— 


d :- |- 
s, :- 1- 

vah ! 


:— 


s, :tei is, :— 

heav - ens, 


s, :— 

ho 


I — 


r :d it, :- 


d :- 
d, :- 


Id 
If. 




n r— 


|f 


• 


n :- 1- 
d, :- i- 


• 
• 


s, :r, is, :— 


s, :— 


|— 



2 Praise ye the Saviour! great is His compassion, 
Graciously cares He for His chosen people; 
Young men and maidens, ye old men and children, 

Praise ye the Saviour! 

3 Praise ye the Spirit! Comforter of Israel, 
Sent of the Father and the Son to bless us; 
Praise ye the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, 

Praise ye the triune God. 



(S)ob ihc Sfctfher. 



86 Grostete. 



L. M. 



Henry W. Greatorex, 1849. 





Key Ab 












^_^ 








pi In .ni 


r Id 


t. 


:i. 


S| I— 


se. Isei.se, 


se t I-.se, 


l,.t,Id.r 


PI I— V 




d Id.d 


t. 11. 


s, 


ifi 


n, I— 


nil I pii.pi. 


n, I- .n. 


Mildj 


PI I— J 




God of my 


life ! through 


all 


my 


days, 


My grateful 


powers shall 


sound Thy 


praise; > 




s Is .s 


f In 


pi 


Id 


d # I- 


tr :ti.t, 


t, :-.t, 


l,.t,:d.r 


pi I— \ 




d Id.d 


s, :ii 


pi, 


If, 


d.* :- 


Pl| I P1|.P1| 


PI, I- ,P1| 


w^f 


pi I— ' 



s Is .s 


s I-.f 


pi Ir 


d I- 


1 : 1.1 


r 


Ipl.f 


pii lPi|.Pi| 


pi, I-.f, 


S| I S6| 


1. :- 


i> :i..i. 


t, 


IcU, 


Thesongshall 
Pi I PI .PI 


wake with 
pi I- .r 


ope - ning 
d It, 


light, 
i, :- 


And warble 
d Id.f 


to 
f 


the 
Ipi.d 


d, Idi.d, 


di I- .r, 


pii I pi, 


f, :- 


f, :Mi 


S| 


idTF, 



in Ir 


d I— 


s, If, 


pi, I— 


si - lent 


night. 


d^IM, 


d I— 


S| Is, 


d, I- 



2 When anxious cares would break my rest, 
And griefs would tear ray throbbing breast, 
Thy tuneful praises, raised on high, 
Shall check the murmur and the sigh. 

3 When death o'er nature shall prevail, 
And all its powers of language fail ; 

Joy through my swimming eyes shall break, 
And mean the thanks I cannot speak. 

4 But, oh! when that last conflict's o'er, 
And I am chained to flesh no more, — 
With what glad accents shall I rise 

To join the music of the skies! 

Philip Doddridge , 1740. 



87 



My God, my King, Thy various praise 
Shall fill the remnant of my days; 
Thy grace employ my humble tongue, 
Till death and glory raise the song. 

2 The wings of every hour shall bear 
Some thankful tribute to Thine ear; 
And every setting sun shall see 

New works of duty done for Thee. 

3 Let distant times and nations raise 
The long succession of Thy praise; 
And unborn ages make my song 
The joy and triumph of their tongue. 



4 But who can speak Thy wondrous deeds? 
Thy greatness all our thoughts exceeds; 
Vast and unsearchable Thy ways! 
"Vast and immortal be Thy praise! 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 

88 

Sing to the Lord a joyful song; 

Lift up your hearts, your voices raise; 
To us His gracious gifts belong, 

To Him our songs of love and praise 

2 For life and love, for rest and food, 
For daily help and nightly care, 

Sing to the Lord, for He is good, 
And praise His name, for it is fair: 

3 For strength to those who on Him wait, 
His truth to prove, His will to do, 

Praise ye our God, for He is great, 
Trust in His name, for it is true: 

4 For joys untold that daily move 
Round those who love His sweet employ, 

Sing to our God, for He is love, 
Exalt His name, for it is joy : 

5 For life below, with all its bliss, 
And for that life, more pure and high, 

That inner life, which over this 
Shall ever shine, and never die. 

John S. B. Monsell, 1862. 



(B)ob IHe Sfctiher. 



>9 H 


uguenot. 


I OS. 












Louis Bourgeois, 1551. 


Key G. 




d :— |r In 


f 


:- in :- 


r :d |d :t, 


d I- |- I- 1 


n I— |f Is 


s, :— it, :d 


d 


- id :- 


t, :d u, is, 


s, I— 1— I— 1 


1 I— |d Id 


In - fi - nlte 


God 


Thou 


great un - ri - valed 


One! 


Whose light e 


ni '.— 1 s is 


1 : 


- is :- 


f :m |f :r 


PI I— |— I— . 


5 I— |f I Pi 


d :— |S| id 


fi : 


- id :- 


si :ii if. :s, 


d, I- |- I- 1 


1 I- |1, Is 


1 :- is :- 


[ In |r Id 


ti :- 1-:- 


8 I— 


|s If 


pi I— |r I— 


pi Is 


d :— id :— 


i :s, |1, :fe, 


b, :- 1- :- 


t| I- 


|r It, 


d I- It, I- 


d Ir 


clip - ses 


hat of yon - der 


sun; 


Com - 


pared with 


Thee, how 


dim his 


f :— in :— 


i :n |f :r 


r :- 1-:- 


r I— 


;r Is 


s I— |s I— 


s Ir 


f. :- Id :- 


ii :d if, :i, 


s, :— I— :— 


s, I- 


■ It, Is, 


d I— |s, I— 


d It, 


|s :fe 


s :- 1-:- 


n :— |r Id 


t, Id |r 


If 


pi I— |r I— 


d I- |- I- 


|d :d 


t, :- 1-:- 


d :- |i, :fe, 


S| Is, |1| 


Ir 


d :— it, :— 


d I- l-I- 


beau - ty 


seems ! 


How quenched the 


ra-diance of 


his 


gold - en 


beams ! 


|n Ir 


r :- 1-:- 


s :— |f :r 


r Id |d 


11 


S I— |f I— 


Pi I- l-I- 


H. :r 


s, :- 


1- 


:— 


d, :- 


- Ii 


1 :i. 


Si In, |f, 


:r. 


S| I- 


- Is, I- 


d, I- 


- 1-:- 



2 O God! Thy creatures in one strain agree; — 
All, in all times and places, speak of Thee; — 

Ev'n I, with trembling heart, and stammering tongue, 
Attempt Thy praise, and join the general song 

3 All present through infinitude of space, 
Thou art Thyself Thine owu vast dwelling-place; 
Soul of our soul! whom yet no sense of ours 
Discerns, eluding our most active powers. 

4 Light unapproachable surrounds Thy throne, 
Darkness of glory veils Thee still unknown; 
Unknown, — yet dwelling in our inmost part, 
Teaching deep wisdom, Sovereign of the heart 

5 Oh then repeat the truth that never tires; 
No god is like the God my soul desires; 

He, at whose voice heaven trembles, even He, — 
Great as He is, — knows how to stoop to me. 

Fr. Madame Guyon, 1710. Tr. W. Couiper, 1782, alt. 



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F. Mendelssohn Bartholdy, 1840, alt. 


Key Bb. 

s, :s, |i, is. 


d :n .r |d 


:t, 


1. :t, id 


if 


n Ir |d I— v 


in, Is, | M, Ir, 


d, :i, |s, 


:s. 


s,.fe,:S| |s, 


:ii 


s, IMi In, I— ) 


God, my King, Thy 

d :d id :t. 


might con - fess 
d.s is .i |n 


Ir 


Ev - er will 
r Ir |d 


1 

Id 


bless Thy name; > 

d :t,.i, |s, :— I 


d, m, |f, :f. 


pi, if, ,s, 


:s, 


r, IMi |n, 


:ii 


s, Is 2 |d, I— / 


s, :s, l, :s. 


d In .r |d 


:t, 


d :t|.I| |s, 


Id 


n Ir |d I— 


si :pii |fi :fi 


rii.s,:d .t,|l| 


Ise, 


1, Is,.f, |n, 


:s,.i, 


s, IbiA, |n, I— 


Day by day Thy 
n In .r |d Ir 


throne ad - dress 
n '.m .1 |n 


- ing, 
In 


Still will I 
n Ir |n 


Thy 
Id 


praise pro - claim. 
d It, |d I— 


d :taT lii :t, 


d :d|.i'i|n. 


In, 


i 2 :t 2 id. 


:n,.f| 


s. Is, |d, I— 



2 Honor great our God befitteth; 
Who His majesty cau reach? 

Age to age His works transmitteth, 
Age to age His power shall teach. 

3 They shall talk of all Thy glory, 
On Thy might and greatness dwell, 

Speak of Thy dread acts the story, 
And Thy deeds of wonder tell. 

4 Nor shall fail from memory's treasure, 
Works by love and mercy wrought — 

Works of love surpassing measure, 
Works of mercy passing thought. 

5 All Thy works, Lord, shall bless Thee 
Thee shall all Thy saints adore; 

King supreme shall they confess Thee, 
And proclaim Thy sovereign power. 

Richard Mant, 1832. 



3 Ev'n the hour, that darkest seemeth, 
Will His changeless goodness prove; 

From the gloom His brightness streameth, 
God is wisdom, God is love. 

4 He with earthly cares entwineth 
Hope and comfort from above: 

Every where His glory shineth; 
God is wisdom, God is love. 

John Bowring, 1825. 



God is love; His mercy brightens 
All the path in which we rove; 

Bliss He wakes, and woe He lightens; 
God is wisdom, God is love. 

2 Chance and change are busy ever; 

Man decays, and ages move; 
But His mercy waneth never; 

God is wisdom, God is love. 



92. 

Music! bring thy sweetest treasures, 

Dulcet melody and chord, 
Link the notes with loveliest measures, 

To the glory of the Lord. 

2 Wing the praise from every nation, 
Sweetest instruments employ, 

Raise the chorus of creation, 
Swell the universal joy. 

3 Far away be gloom and sadness; 
Spirits with seraphic fire! [ness! 

Tongues with hymns, and hearts with glad- 
Higher sound the chords, and higher. 

4 To the Father, to the Saviour, 
To the Spirit, Source of light, 

As it was, is now, and ever, 
Praise in heaven's supremest height. 

James Edmeston, 1837. 



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93 Devotion. 8s & 7s. 



Edmund S. Carter, 1865. 



Key A 


















si :s. 


Is, 


lijX, 


1. :i, Hi 


:r 


t, :t, 


Id 


:r .n 


n '.r |n :— \ 


m, :f, 


Is, 


:m, 


fi :s, if, 


:i> 


s, :s, 


Is, 


:s, 


i, :i, |se, :— / 


Day by 


day 


we 


mag - ni - fy 


Thee, 


Not in 


words 


of 


praise a - lone; 


d :t, 


Id 


:d 


d :de |r 


Ir 


r '.r 


Id 


:t,.d 


d :i, it, :- 


di Ir, 


In, 


:d, 


1, *n, |r. 


:ii 


S, >I| 


|n, 


:rvd, 


f, :*i h, :- ; 


n :f .n 


|r 


:i, 


r :n .r |d 


:s, 


i, :t, 


Id 


In 


r :-.d|d :— 


i. :sT 


He, 


:fe, 


s, :f, in. 


• s, 


t\ :s, 


Is, 


:s. 


f, :f, m, :- 


Truth-fiil 


lips 


and 


meek - be - 


dience 


Show Thy 


glo 


- ry 


in Thine own. 


de Me 


|r 


Ir 


r It, |d 


:d 


d :r 


Id 


:d 


d :t, id :- 


li :i, 


|r, 


Id 


t, :s, n, 


:«i 


i, :t. 


|n, 


:d, 


s, :s, id, :— 



2 Day by day we magnify Thee, 
When, for Jesus' sake we try 

Every wrong to bear with patience, 
Every sin to mortify. 

3 Day by day we magnify Thee, 
Till our days on earth shall cease, 

Till we rest from these our labors, 
Waiting for Thy day in peace. 

John Ellerton, 1855, air. 

94 

Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator! 

Praise to Thee from every tongue; 
Join, my soul, with every creature, 

Join the universal song. 

2 Father! source of all compassion! 
Pure, unbounded grace is Thine: 

Hail the God of our salvation, 
Praise Him for His love divine! 

3 For ten thousand blessings given, 
For the hope of future joy, 

Sound His praise thro' earth and heaven, 
Sound Jehovah's praise on high! 

4 Praise to God, the great Creator, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; 

Praise Him, every living creature, 
Earth and heaven's united host. 



5 Joyfully on earth adore Him, 
Till in heaven our song we raise; 

Then enraptured fall before Him, 
Lost in wonder, love and praise. 

yohn Fawcett, 1782, 

95 

Take me, my Father! take me, 
Take me, save me, through Thy Son ; 

That, which Thou wouldst have me, make 
Let Thy will in me be done. [me, 

2 Long from Thee my footsteps straying, 
Thorny proved the way I trod ; 

Weary come I now, and praying — 
Take me to Thy love, my God! 

3 Fruitless years with grief recalling, 
Humbly I confess mv sin; 

At Thy feet, O Father! falling, 
To Thy household take me in. 

4 Freely now to Thee I proffer 
This relenting heart of mine; 

Freely, life and soul I offer — 
Gift unworthy love like Thine. 

5 Father! take me; all forgiving, 
Fold me to Thy loving breast; 

In Thy love for ever living. 
I must be for ever blessed! 

Ray Palmer, 1864. 



(3>od ike Sfctiher. 



He 


nry. c. 


M. 








S. ] 


3. Pone 


. 1834- 


Key BJ2. 






d : — |d Id 


dl.t,|dls, 


i.:-|t,i- 


di— 


— I— 


r I— |r In 


r:.d|t,:i, 


S,I — 


—Is, 


ri| I — | m! :f| 


s,:-.f,|ni,:s, 


f,:— If,:— 


n,I— 


— I— 


s,I— |s, Is, 


s,Ir, |-Ife, 


S|I— 


—Is, 


The Lordde- 


scend - ed 


from a - 


bove, 




And bowed the 


heavens most 


high; 


And 


s,: — is, :i, 


s,I- |-Id 


a:— Is,:— 


s,I— 


— I— 


t,:-|t,id 


t,:-.i,|g,:d 


t,I- 


— IS| 


a,:— id, if, 


nil -r, d, In, 


f|I-|s, I- 


d,I— 


— I— 


s,I— |s, Id, 


r,I— l-Ir, 


S|I — 


—Is, 


ni*-.r |d Is, 


S,I-.f||P)| Is, 


l.It, |d Ir 


di— 


t, Is, 


nl-.r |d Id 


tilr |f It, 


di— 


— I— 


s,:-.f,|n, in. 


piil-.rild, In, 


Mr, |n, :f, 


fc 


r, Is, 


S|I-.f,|P1, Is, 


f, :-!-:«. 


n,:— 


— I— 


un - der- 


neath His 


feet He 


cast 


The 


dark - ness 


of the 


sky. 




d I— |S| Is, 


s,I— |— Id 


d^s, |-I1, 


S|I— 


—Is, 


s,:-|-id 


r It.l-Is, 


S,I — 


— I— 


dT-P:d, 


d,I- |-Id, 


f,I— |n, Ir, 


s,I— 


—Is, 


d,I— |— In, 


s,I— |— Is 2 


d|I— 


—I— 



2 On cherubim and seraphim, 

Full royally He rode, 
And, on the wings of mighty winds, 

Came flying all abroad. 



3 He sat serene upon the floods, 

Their fury to restrain; 
And He, as sovereign Lord and King, 

For evermore shall reign. 

Thomas Sternhold, 1549,3. 



97 



Meditation, c. m. 



Key E. Grave. 



In 
Id 



pi I— Ir 
d I— Is, 

si - lence, 



d I- Ir 

Pl| I— IS| 

all ere 



If 

Ir 

ted 



s I— 


Is 


PI I— 


Id.r 


things ! 


And 


• 


Ipi.s 


* 


. 



s I- If 

pi Ir Id 

wait your 
d' It II 



S. P. TUCKBRMAN, 1843. 



r . — 
t, I- 

nod; 
s I— 



PI I— 


11 


d I— 


Id 


Mak - 


er's 


1 Is 


If 


I 


• 



In 
Id 

I My 
Is 
Id.n 



PI I- 


- Ir 


d I- 


- :t, 


soul 


stands 


s I- 


- Is 


s I- 


- If 



d I— If 
d I- It, 

trem - bliug, 
s I— Is 
pi I — Ir 



n I— II 
d I— Id 

while she 
s I— If 

d :-if,.i, 



1 Is Ipi 


n 


d I— Id 


d 


sings The 
f In Is 
dT-Id,.t, 


hon 
1 

1, 



:- :m 

:— :d~ 

- ors 
I— II 

I— :r,.n. 



r I-.nlf 

n- it, 

of her 

1 I— Is 

f, :— :s, 



n :— 
d I- 
God. 
s I— 
d I— 



2 Life, death, and hell, and worlds unknown, 
Hang on His firm decree: 

He sits on no precarious throne, 
Nor borrows leave to be. 

3 My God! I would not long to see 
My fate with curious eyes, — 



What gloomy lines are writ for me, 
Or what bright scenes may rise: 

4 In Thy fair book of life and grace, 

May I but find my name, 
Recorded in some humble place, 

Beneath my Lord, the Lamb. 

Isaac Watts, 1706, a. 



($>ob ike 5fc*ther. 



98 Old Hundredth, l. m. 



Louis Bourgeois, 1552 



KeyG. 



Id 


d It, 


11. 


Is, 


d Ir 


/TS 

|n In 


n In 


|r Id 


f 


In |r . 


Is, 


S| I S| 


|n. 


In, 


ni Is, 


Is, Is, 


s, Id 


It, Id 


d 


Id |t, ) 


Be - 


fore Je 


- ho- 


vah's 


aw - ful 


throne, Ye 


na - tions 


bow with 


sa 


- cred joy :\ 


In 


n Ir 


ld 


It, 


d It, 


|d Id 


n I s 


|s In 


1 


Is |S I 


Id 


d Is, 


Hi 


In, 


1> Is, 


Id, Id 


d Id 


Is, 11, 


f, 


id, is, ; 


Id 


r In 


|r 


Id 


1> It, 


|d Is 


n Id 


Ir II 


m 


Ir |d 


Hi 


t, Id 


It, 


Id .s. 


1, Is, 


Is, Is, 


s, Id 


It, IhAi 


d 


:t, |d 


Know 


that the 


Lord 


is 


God a 


- lone; He 


can ere - 


ate, He 


can de - stroy. 


'In 


s Is 


Is 


Is 


f .nlr 


|m In 


d In 


|S 11 


S 


Is.f |n 


:i. 


s, Id 


Is, 


In, 


f. Is, 


Id, Id 


d 11, 


|s, Ir, 


IV 


*ils, Id, 



2 His sovereign power, without our aid, I OO 
Made us of clay, and formed us men ; 

And when, like wandering sheep we strayed, 
He brought us to His fold again. 



3 We are His people, we His care, — 
Our souls, and all our mortal frame: 

What lasting honors shall we rear, 
Almighty Maker! to Thy name? 

4 We'll crowd Thy gates with thankful songs, 

High as the heavens our voices raise; 
And earth, with her ten thousand tongues, 
Shall fill Thy courts with sounding praise. 

5 Wide as the world is Thy command, 
Yast as eternity Thy love; 

Firm as a rock Thy truth must stand, 
When rolling years shall cease to move. 

Isaac Watts, 1719, v. i,a. by J. Wesley. 



All people, that on earth do dwell! 

Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice; 
Him serve with mirth, His praise forth tell, 

Come ye before Him and rejoice. 



99 



2 Know that the Lord is God indeed; 
Without our aid He did us make; 

We are His flock, He doth us feed, 
And for His sheep, He doth us take. 

3 Oh! enter, then, His gates with praise; 
Approach with joy His courts unto ; 

Praise, laud, and bless His name always, 
For it is seemly so to do. 

4 For why? the Lord, our God, is good, 
His mercy is for ever sure; 

His truth at all times firmly stood, 
And shall from age to age endure. 

William Kethe, 1561. 

IOI 



From all that dwell below the skies, 
Let the Creator's praise arise; 
Let the Redeemer's name be sung, 
Through every land, by every tongue. 

2 Eternal are Thy mercies, Lord! Praise God, from whom all blessings flow; 

Eternal truth attends Thy word ; Praise Him, all creatures here below I 

Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, Praise Him above, ye heavenly host ! 

Till suns shall rise and set no more. Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. Thomas Ken, 1697. 



(§>ob the SfctiW. 



1 02 Winchester, l. m. 



KeyC. 

i d 1 :s 1 :i 
in s '.n i if 

(With all my powers of 

'id' d 1 Id 1 |d' :d' 

:d pi :d if :i 



.8 

,:r 

An - 

it 
:s.f 



d 1 :r' |n' Id 1 

s : f pi :s 

gels shall hear the 

d 1 la s Id 1 

m :t| |d In 



s If |pi In 
1 Ir |d Id 
heart and tongue, I'll 
d 1 IdVt |d' Is 
s Is |d Id 

f In 1 |r' In 1 
f Is |s Is 

notes I raise, Ap - 

IA I d 1 |t Id' 
r Id |s Id 



f Ipi |r Is 

d Id |t, It, 

praise my Mak - er 

f Is |s It 

li Id >s. In 

d 1 II |s Id> 

s If |s In 

prove the song, and 

d' Id 1 |d' Id' 

n If I pi II 



German, 1690 



s I fe 
n Ir 



in my song ; 
d' I l" |t 



1. :r 



!s, 



Id 1 



d' It 

r if |n 

join the praise. 

1 Is |s 

f :s id 



2 To God I cried, when troubles rose; 
He heard ine, and subdued my foes; — 
He did my rising fears control, 
And strength diffused through all my soul. 



3 I'll sing Thy truth and mercy, Lord! 
I'll sing the wonders of Thy word; 
Not all Thy works and names below 
So much Thy power and glory show. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



IO^ Bowen. l. 



m. 



Key A. 



d It, Id 


r I— 


Id 


t|.rlf In 


n Ir I 


n Ir In 


d :— It, 


t,.l|IS, If e, 


s, If, Is, 


lil- 


IS| 


S| I— IS| 


S| I— I 


S| Is, Is, 


s, :fe,Is, 


ni_|r, Ir, 


Lord of all 


be - 


ing! 


throned a - 


far, 


Thyglo-ry 


flames from 


sun and 


n Ir Id 


i.:- 


Id 


f Ir Id 


d It, I 


d Ir Id 


d I— Ir 


d It, 11, 


d, Ir, In, 


fi :- 


In, 


r, ll 2 Id, 


s, I— I 


d It, Id 


1, I— Is, 


dTlr, Ir, 



F. J. Haydn. 



s, :— .— , 
r, i—:—, 

star ; 
t, I— I 

s, :—:—' 



s, 11, It, 

S| Is, Is, 

Centre and 


d Ir In 
s. It, Id 

soul of 


t. Id Ir 

s. Is, If, 


n If Is 
n, Ir, Id| 



/ t, Id Ir n If 

' Si ISi Ifi n, Ir 



s If In 


n Ir I 


d Ir In 


f I .sll 


d I— Ir 


d I— I— 


S| I— Is, 


s, I— I 


S, IS| IS| 


d I— Id 


d Is, If, 


n, I- :- 


ev - 'ry 


sphere! 


Yet to each 


lov - ing 


heart now 


near! 


r I— Id 


d It, I 


n Ir Id 


d I— If 


n I — It, 


d I— I— 


t 2 I- Id, 


s, I— I 


d It, Ita, 


i,:-:i. 


s, I— Is, 


d, I- I- 



2 Sun of our life! Thy quickening ray 
Sheds on our path the glow of day; 
Star of our hope! Thy softened light 
Cheers the long watches of the night. 



3 Our midnight is Thy smile withdrawn; 
Our noontide is Thy gracious dawn ; 
Our rainbow arch Thy mercy's sign; 
All, save the clouds of sin, are Thine. 



(S>ob iKc SfcttHer. 



4 Lord of all life, below, above! 

Whose light is truth, whose warmth is love, 
Before Thine ever-blazing throne, 
We ask no lustre of our own. 

5 Grant us Thy truth to make us free, 
And kindling hearts that burn for Thee, 
Till all Thy living altars claim 

One holy light, one heavenly flame. 

Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1848. 
I04 

High in the heavens, eternal Godl 
Thy goodness in full glory shines; 



Thy truth shall break through every cloud, 
That veils and darkens Thy designs. 

2 For ever firm Thy justice stands, 

As mountains their foundations keep; 
Wise are the wonders of Thy hands; 
Thy judgments are a mighty deep. 

3 Life, like a fountain rich and free, 
Springs from the presence of the Lord; 

And, in Thy light, our souls shall see, 
The glories promised in Thy word. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



[C 


5 


R 


apture. 


C. 


P. 


M. 




Edward Harwood, 
Arr. by W. H. 


1760. 
Walter. 


] 
.d 


£ey 
d 


A. 
• 8| 


IW.Id 


r 


Id. 


t.ld 


I- .pi 


r Id |t,.rlPi.d 


t, 11, 


|S, I-.\ 


k-S, 


S| 


Is, 


1 f , .,s,: s. 


1, 


Is, 


"is, 


I-.s, 


s, Ife, |s, Is,.l, 


s, Ife, 


is, I- J 


Be- 
'.n 
.d, 


gin, 
PI 

d, 


my 
Id 
In, 


soul ! th'ex- 
Id^rld 
|f. In, 


alt 

f7 


- ed 

flPl. 

Is, 


lay, 
r |n 
" Id, 


Let 
I-.d 
I-.d 


each en - rapt - ured 
r Ir |r .t|Id.n 
t, 11, Is, Id, 


thought 
r Id 
r, Ir, 


■ b«y, } 
It, :- A 
is, :-.' 


.8, 


d 


Is, 


Hi It, 


d 


• 


1- 


Is 


s.,lls.f i'i In 


f.,sl f.n 


|r :-. 


.S, 


S| 


In, 


If. If, 


pi, 


I— 


1- 


Id 


d Id.s,|s, Il| 


iTiTT 


|r, :-J 


And 
•t, 
• f. 


praise th'Al 
d Id 

n, :d, 


-migh - ty 
Id Is, 
If. Ir, 


name; 
s, I— 
d, I— 


1- 
1- 


Lo! 

In 

Id 


heaven,and earth, and 
n.,fln.r |d Id 
d Id |d II, 


seas, and 
r.,nlr.d 

rTlfT 


skies, > 

it, :- A 
is, :-.' 


• r 


pi 


Ir 


| m Ir 


n 


Ife 


|s 


I-.f 


n.r In.f |n Ir 


d I— 


1- : . 


• s, 


S| 


:s, 


|s, Is, 


S| 


Id 


It, 


I-.s, 


S| Is,.l,|s, Is,.f, 


ni I— 


1- : • 


In 
•ti 


one 
d 


me ■ 
Ir 


lo - dious 

Id :t, 


con 
d 


- cert 
Id 


rise, 

Ir 


To 

:-.t, 


swell th'in-spir - ing 
d.rld |d It, 


theme. 
d I— 


1- : • 


.S, 


d 


:t, 


|d Is, 


d 


Hi 


Is, 


I-.s, 


dTT,:d.f,|s, Is, 


d, I- 


1- : . 



2 Ye angels 1 catch the thrilling sound, 
While all th' adoring thrones around, 

His boundless mercy sing : 
Let every listening saint above 
Wake all the tuneful soul of love, 

And touch the sweetest string. 



3 Let man, by nobler passions swayed, 
The feeling heart, the judging head, 

In heavenly praise employ; 
Spread His tremendous name around 
Till heaven's broad arch rings back the sound, 

The general burst of joy. 

John Ogilvie, 1749. 



(S>ob the SfalW. 



1 06 Guyon. 10s 6s & 10s. 



Key E. Andante 



r 

t. 

I 
f 

S| 

d 1 
d 

Lord 

n 

1, 



:s 11 

:d |d 
I love 

1 n I n 
:d |i, 

:- Id 

:- Id 

have 

:- in 
:- H. 



fe 

d 

my 

r 



1 

d 

but 

f 

f 



s 

t, 

God, 
r 



none 

1 

f, 
S 

d 

all 

S 

Pi 



the 



- I- Id 

- I- Id 

but 

- I- IS 

- 1- I PI 

- I- If 

- I- Id 

to 

- I- II 

- I- If. 

d |f If 

d |r I r 

love is 

1 |1 It 

f |r It, 



r I pi 
1, Id 

with no 
f Is 

f IPI 

PI I— 
d I- 

give; 
S I — 

d I— 

pi I— 

t, :- 

Thine, 

se I— 

pi I— 



s 

d 

love 

1 

r 



-.f 
t, 

of 
s 

s, 



W. H. Walter, 1872. 



PI 

d 

mine 

s 

d 



I— 




Is 


11 


I— 




Id 


Id 






I 


love 


I— 




I n 


If 


I— 




Id 


If. 


I PI 


1 


I — 


Id' 


I PI 


pi 


I— 


m 


For 


by 




Thy 


I se 


1 


I— 


|n 


I r 


d 


I— 


11, 



PI 
d 

For 
s 
d 

s 
t. 

Thee,^ 
f 



fe 



t I— 


1 I— 


s I— 


r I— 


— Id 


t, I- 


life 
S I— 


I 
fe I- 


live ; 
s I— 


t, Id 


r I— 


s, I— 



fe I— 
d I— 

be 

1 I— 
r I — 



Is 


|n 


Id 


Ir 


Id 


Is, 


Emptied 

Is |s 


and 

Is 


It, 


Id 


Ipi 



:s 11 

:t, id 

I am 

is |s 

Is |s 



f 
lj_ 

lost 

f 

r 



It 

Ir 

as 

Is 

If 



— In 
t, Id 

and 

— Is 

— Id 



d' I- 
d I- 

noth 
S I- 

Pl I- 



IPI 

Id 

in^, 

Is 
Id 



r Id 1 Is 

t, Id |d Id 
and rejoice to 
f Is |fe Is 
r In Ina Ina 



r Id |d It, 


d I— 


1, 11, Is, Is, 


S| I— 


swallow'd up in 


Thee. 


f Ina |r Ir 


n I— 


f, I fe. Is, Is, 


d I- 



2 Thou, Lord, alone art all Thy children need, 

And there is none beside ; 
From Thee the streams of blessedness proceed, 

In Thee the blest abide; 
Fountain of life and all abounding grace, 
Our source, our centre, and our dwelling-place. 

Jeanne M. B. de la M. Guyon, 1710. 



(B>ab {He SFctiher. 



I07 Sunlight. 6s & 5s. 

Key El?. 



d :-.d|d Ir 

s, :— .S||S| :t. 

Sum - mer suns are 
PI I- .PI |P1 If 

d :-.d|d :d 



d' 


:-.d'|t :i 


d :- .d |r '.r 


Hap - py light is 

1 :-.i|s :f 


i. r— -i,t*. :t, 


f :-.f|n :r 


t, :-.t,|d :s, 


Ev - ery-thing re - 

s :-.sjs :f 


si :-.s,|i, :t, 


t 


-.t|i :t 


r 


- .r |d !r 


Alle 


irth's thousand 


S 


-.s|l Is 


f 


-.ill :f 



n : 
d : 

glow 



s 

n 

flow 

m 
d 



n 

joi 

PI 

d 



d< 
d 

voi 
S 



Is 
Id 

ing 

Ita 



in 

Id 
ing 

Is 



ces 

In 



in 
Id 
ces 
|d' 

II 







Samuel Smith, 1871 


f :-.f|f 


:i 


d' :— 


j • 


d :-.d|d 


:t 


pi i— 


1— :— 


- ver land and 


sea, 




1 :-.i|i 


:i 


s :— 


1— :— 


d :-.d|d 


:d 


d :— 


I — • — 


r :-.r|r 


In 


r :— 


I— :— 


d :-.d|d 


:d 


t, :- 


1— '•— 


Boun - ti-ful 


and 


free; 




1 :-.i|i 


:i 


r : — 


1— :— 


!■ :- -f.lfe, 


:ie, 


si :— 


1 — •— 


mf 

ta :-.ta|l 


Is 


1 :— 


1 . 


pi :- .pi |f 


:d 


d :— 


1— :— 


In the mel-low 


rays, 




d' :- .d' |d' 


:ta 


1 :— 


I— :— 


d :-.d |r 


:pi 


f :— 


1 — • _!_ 


r I- .r |pi 


It 


d :— 


_ : _ 


fl :-.d|d 


:t, 


d :— 


— :— 


Swell the psali 


n of 


praise. 




1 :-.i|s 


:f 


n :— 


— :— 


I :-.l|a 


is. 


d :— 


— :— 



2 God's free mercy strearaeth 

Over all the world, 
And His banner gleameth 

Everywhere unfurled: 
Broad and deep and glorious, 

As the heaven above, 
Shines in might victorious 

His eternal Love. 



3 We will never doubt Thee, 

Though Thou veil Thy light; 
Life is dark without Thee; 

Death with Thee is bright: 
Life of light! shine o'er us 

On our pilgrim way, 
Go Thou still before us 

To the endless day 

Win. Walsham How, 1871. 



<H>od ike 3foihetr. 



1 08 Newcourt. l. p. m. 



Thomas Bowman, 1770. 



KEY F. Con anima. 


















d Id .r \n .r In .f 


s 


11 


Is 


:- .s 


1 


11 


1 .s Is 


.1 


s, IS| .t| |d .r :d ,t| 


d 


Id 


Id 


:- .d 


d 


Id 


Id :r 




Ye ho-]y souls! in 


God 


re 


- joice; 


Your 


Mak 


- er's 


praise be 


- 


n In .s |s Is 


S 


If 


|n 


I- .n 


f 


If 


|f .n Is 




d Id .s, |d .t. Id .r 


PI 


If 


Id 


I- .d 


f 


:t. 


Id - It, 





f .n Is .pi 


|r 


I— 


d Ipi .d 


It, 


I— 


conies your 


voice ; 




s Is 


Is 


I— 


d Id 


Is, 


I— 



pi Ife.fe |s I- .1 
d Id .d |t, .d Ir .n 
Great is your theme, your 
s Ir .r |r .s I- .s 
d II,. 1, |s7Tl, It, .d 



t 


11 




Is 


r 


Ir 


d 


It, 


songs 


be 




new; 


S 


Ife 




Is 


r 


:r, 




Is, 



s If,n.r ,d |r .,pi If .r 
n :r,d.t„l,|t,.,d Ir .t, 

Sing of His name, His 


pi .,f Is .pi |r :- 


.r 
• t, 

His 


d In 
d Id 

works of 


|r 
It, 

na 


:- .f , 


d ,,r In .d |t| I- 

word, His ways, 


I- .r 1 

- - ture. 


s I s . s 1 s I- . s 


? i- .s |s :- 


.8 


s Is 


Is 


I- .S 


S| I S, .8, |S, I- .8, 


a :_ .a | B| :- 


A 


n Id 


Is, 


I- .s, ' 



in . s If . 1 |s 
d Id |d 
and of grace ;- 
s .n I f |n 
d~ ~ :i,.f, |d 



1 11 .1 |s .n 11 .1 


n 


Ir 


Id 


d Id .d |d Id .r 


d 


:t. 


Id 


How wise and ho - ly 

f If .f |n .s If .1 
U : fi .1. Id If, 


just 
s 

S| 


and 
I- .f 
IS| 


true ! 

m 

Id 



2 Justice and truth He ever loves; 
And the whole earth His goodness proves ; 

His word the heavenly arches spread; 
How wide they shine from north to south ! 
And, by the spirit of His mouth, 

Were all the starry armies made. 



3 I'll praise my Maker with my breath ; 
And, when my voice is lost in death, 

Praise shall employ my nobler powers: 
My days of praise shall ne'er be past, 
While life, and thought, and being last, 

Or immortality endures. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



(S)ob the Sfctiher. 



I09 Creation. 

Key b|?. 



The 
And 
.S, 

•S| 

• Sj^l 

.s, 

J With 
^Theirl 

• M 

.s, 



d 

n, 

spa 
span 

S| 

d. 



Si 

all 

great 

r .d 



.ni 



ClOUS 

gled 
.(1 

.n, 



the 
O - 

ti -d 
r, .d, 



L. M. 
r 

S| 

fir - 

heavens, 

t, 

S| 

f 

S| 

blue 
rig - • 

r 



F. J. Haydn, 1795. 



.r 

.s, 

ma 
a 

• t, 

•S| 



ment 
shin 

d 



'1 : 1 ' ,r 

on 
ing 
Id A 



.n, 



•s, 
.s, 



Th'up-wea 
,S| 

■s. 



n .f 



power 

d .r 



.- .S| 

'.- .S| 

- ried 

:- .8, 

l- .s, 

S .PI 

- .S| 

dis- 

n .d 

" -Si 



d 

S| 

sun, 

Si 

Hi 

r 

S| 

play, 
t, 

S| 



.d 

.s, 

from 

.d 



r . 

s. 

day 

t, 

Si 



• S, 

e 

i 

Id 

:d, 

'.- .r 

:- .s, 

to 

:- .t, 
:- .s, 



n 


.r 


1, 




the 


. 


ual 




d 


.f 


f. 





if, 


i-i 


:d 


•ti 


:s. 


.fi 


real 




pro 




In 


.r 


Is, 





d 


:t, 


S| 


• — 


high, 




frame, 




n 


Ir 


Si 


I- 



D.C. 



d 

ni 
sky, \ 

claim. J 

d 
d, 



- .s, 


S| I- 


- -s, 


s, I- 


And 


pub - - 
t. I- 


- .8, 


S| ,1| Is 



Pi 

S| 

day, 

d 
d 



.8, 

lish- 
• t, 



.- .r 
I- .s 

Does 
I- .ti 
I- .8j 

d 

Si .Ii 



n 


.f 


Is 


.n 

•S| 


S| 




I- 


hi* 






Cre- 


d 


r 


In 


.d 

.s. 


S| 




I- 



es, 



I- .d 

J^, .n, 

to 

I- .d 



r 


I- 


S| 


I- 


ev 


- - 


t. 


•d Ir 


S| 


.1. It, 



.n If .r 

I- .8, 

- - tor's/ 

.d_Ir .t, 

I- .Si 



ery 
• t. 



n '. 


- .r 

- -S| 


n .f 


Is 


.n 

.8, 


r .n I f 
1, .8, If, 


.r 


S| I 


S| 


I- 


• 1, 


land, 


The 


work 




of 


an 


Al- 


d : 


- -t, 


d 


I- 


.d 


li .de Ir 


.r 


d I 


- -s. 


d, .r, 


In, 


.d, 


f, .mi Ir, 


• f, 



d 

s l 

migh 

n 

Si 



It, 
If, 

ty 



d 

n, 

hand. 

d 

d, 



2 Soon as the evening shades prevail, 
The moon takes np the wondrous tale; 
And nightly, to the listening earth, 
Repeats the story of her birth: — 
Whilst all the stars that round her burn, 
And all the planets in their turn, 
Confirm the tidings, as they roll, 
And spread the truth from pole to pole. 



3 What though, in solemn silence, all 
Move round the dark terrestrial ball? 
What though no real voice, nor sound, 
Amidst their radiant orbs be found? — 
In reason's ear they all rejoice, 
And utter forth a glorious voice; 
For ever singing as they shine, — 
"The hand that made us is divine." 

Joseph Addison„ 1712. 



(§>ob ihe SfctiHer. 



I I O Antiphon. 8s & 7s. 

Key Db. 



/:d'.,t 
;n .,s 

ftiOrd.Thy 

/:s.,d' 

Id .,n 



t 
s 

glo 
d> 

f 



Ir 1 


,d' 


: s 


.,s 


Un 


-to 


'd 1 


,d' 


In 


,n 



:i 
:f 

ry 

:d ( 
:f 



t :i 

s If 

Thee be 

d> :d< 

f :i 



:i .,s 

In .,n 
fills the 
:de'.,l 

:ta.,l 

Is ,,n 
glo - ry 
:de'.,de' 

In .,n 



s 

n 

heav 

1 

r 



:i 

: r 

en: 

:i 



s If 

n Ir 

giv - en, 

r' II 

r Ir 



II .,s 
Ir .,r 

Earth is 

Is .,s 

:t,.,t, 

II .,s 
Ir .,r 

Ho - ly, 

Is .,s 

: t, .,t 



s .,n Is 
n ;d 

with its 
s Is 
d In 



Franz Schubert, 1817. 



It .,r' 
Ir .,f 

full-nessl stor'd ; 



s .,s 

Is .,s, 

I 



s .,n : s .,d' It .,r 

n Id Ir .,f 

ho - ly, ho - ly 

s Is Is .,s 

d In Is ..s. 



s 
d 

d 1 

n 

Lord! 
s 
d 



= ) 



d 1 


J 1 


<n' 


s 


L~ 


<s 


He 


iv'r 


is 


d 1 


.1 


«d' 


n 


«T 


<d 



r' 
s 

still 
t 



.t 


Id^t 


A 


.r 


In f r 


,d 


with 


anthems 


.s 


Ife«- 


.fe 


.1 


:r «- 


*r 



1 
d 

ring 
fe 



I s 

:t, 

Jug; 
Is 

Is, 



Id'j 1 <n' 

EaYth takes 
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2 Ever thus in God's high praises, 

Brethren, let our tongues unite, 
While our thoughts His greatness raises. 

And our love His gifts excite: 
With His seraph train before Him, 

With His holy church below, 
Thus unite we to adore Him, 

Bid we thus our anthem flow. 



3 Lord, Thy glory fills the heaven; 

Earth is with its fullness stored; 
Unto Thee be glory given, 

Holy, holy, holy Lord! 
Thus Thy glorious name confessing, 

We adopt the angels' cry, 
Holy, holy, holy, blessing 

Thee, the Lord our God most high! 

Richard Mant, 1837, alt. 



($>o& ihe Sfctiher. 



Ill Pleiades. 7s & 5s. 

Key Eb. 



John H. Hopkins, 1840. 



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Id :- 


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f 


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soft 


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it, 


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with 


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gleam 


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our 


lone 


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d 


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l- :- 


fades in 


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light, 


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in 


per 


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day. 






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Ir 


n 


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d Id 


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2 God hath made the glorious sun, 
Through his daily course to run; 
From the dawn till day is done 

Brightly shineth he. 
When his circling round is o'er, 
And we see him here no more, 
He rises on a brighter shore, 

Far beyond the sea. 



3 God hath sent me here below, 
In my daily life to show, 
Constant love to friend and foe, 

As He showed for me. 
When we here have closed our eyes, 
Sunk where death's dark ocean lies, 
To worlds of glory may we rise, 

Lighted, Lord, by Thee I 

John H. Hopkins, 1840 



($>o& the Sfaiher. 



112 Dundee, c. m. 



Andro Hart's Psalter, 1615. 



Key F. 



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It, 11, 


t, Id 


Id 


Id 


t. 11. 


Hi 


Is, 


s, I— | 


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of 


earth, to 


Thee a - 


lone 


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rest 


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11 


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In 


r Id 


Id 


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Id Ir 


d Id 


It. 


Id 


t, 11, 


Hi 


Is, 


s, I— | 


To 


Thee 


bright 


choirs a - 


round Thy 


throne 


Pour 


forth their 


end 


- less 


songs. 


In 


s 


Is 


|pi Ir 


PI 11 


Is 


Is 


s In 


Ir 


Ir 


n I— | 


Id 


d 


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s. :i, 


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d I- 1 



L/' 



2 But we, as sinless now no more, 
Are doomed to toil and pain; 

Yet exiles on a foreign shore 
May sing the heavenly strain. 

3 Father, whose promise binds Thee still 
To make the captive free, 

Grant us to mourn the deeds of ill 
That banish us from Thee. 

4 And, mourning, grant us faith to rest 
Upon Thy love and care; 

Till Thou restore us with the blest, 
The joys of heaven to share. 

Tr. /. M. Neale, 1850. 



"3 

My God, my everlasting hope, 

I live upon Thy truth: 
Thy hands have held my childhood up, 

And strengthened all my youth. 

2 Still has my life new wonders seen 
Repeated every year; 

Behold, my days that yet remain, 
I trust them to Thy care. 

3 Cast me not off when strength declines, 
When hoary hairs arise; 

And round me let Thy glory shine, 
Whene'er Thy servant dies. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



x 4 


i.t. 


Trances 


C. IV 


[. 










G. A. Lohr, 1866 


1 
Key Eb. 
















Id 


f In 


|r Id 


s If 


|n I n 


r 


Is 


|i 


11 


s I- 1- 


Id 


d Id 


It, Id 


r Ir 


Id Id 


r 


:t. 


m 


Ir.d 


t, I- 1- 


Lord! 


when my 


rapt - ured 


thought sur 


- veys Cre - 


a - 


tion's 


beau 


- ties 


o'er, 


In 


1 Is 


|f In 


s Is 


Is Is 


s 


Ir 


In 


Ife 


s I- 1— 


Id 


d Id 


Is, 11, 


t. It, 


|d Id 


t, 


:s, 


Id 


Ir 


s, I- 1- 



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d> 


:n if :i 


s If 


I pi In 


f 


I r 


Id It, 


d 


Ir 


d 


: ta, 1 1, :d 


t, Ir 


|d Ita, 


1. 


:i, 


is, Is, 


S| 


All 


na 


- ture joins to 


teach Thy 


praise, And 


bid 


my 


soul a - 


dore 


:f 


n 


Is |f If 


r Is 


|S IS 


f 


If 


|m Ir 


n 


:t. 


d 


Id |f, If, 


Si Iti 


|d Id 


f, 


:f. 


|s, Is, 


d 



2 Where'er I turn ray glazing eyes, 
Thy radiant footsteps shine; 

Ten thousand pleasing wonders rise, 
And speak their source divine. 



3 All-bounteous Lord! Thy grace impart; 

Oh! teach me to improve 
Thy gifts, with ever-grateful heart, 

And crown ttoeni with Thy love. 

Anna Steele, 1760. 



I I ^ Bemerton. 


C. M. 








H 


W. Greatorex, 1849. 


/ In 


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f, I— In, 


t. :— :ii 
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n, I— I f 1 


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s, If, 


s, I— 


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/Is, 


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ser - vants 
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d, I— Id, 


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d Is, 11, 
d, I— Id, 


Lord! 
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d, :- 


how 
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sure 
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is 
Id 
In, 


their de - 
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ni : si :f |.,S) 

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fi In, In, 

Wis - dom 
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is their 
s,In lr.,n 


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f, In, 
guide, 
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In, 
Their 
Is, 


n Id 

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help, 
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In, 
Om- 

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d, In, If, 

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n Id Il| 


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n, I— 
tence. 
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d, :- 



2 In foreign realms, and lands remote, 
Supported by Thy care, 

Through burning climes they pass unhurt, 
And breathe in tainted air. 

3 When by the dreadful tempest borne 
High on the broken wave, 

They know Thou art not slow to hear, 
Nor impotent to save. 



4 The storm is laid, the winds retire, 
Obedient to Thy will; 

The sea, that roars at Thy command, 
At Thy command is still. 

5 In midst of dangers, fears, and deaths, 
Thy goodness we'll adore; 

We'll praise Thee for Thy mercies past, 
And humbly hope for more. 



6 Our life, while Thou preserv'st that life, 

Thy sacrifice shall be; 
And death, when death shall be our lot, 

Shall join our souls to Thee 

Joseph Addison, 1712 a 



($>ob the Sfaihcr. 



I 1 6 St. Peter. 

Key EC 



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Id 

Yes, 

In 

Id 

In 

Id 

And 

Is 

Id.taJ 



d 1 It 

ni In 



1 Is 

d Id 

will bless Thee, 

Is |f Is 

In If In 



f In |1 Is 

d Id |d Id 

to e - ter - ni 

f Is |1 Id 

1 1 Is, |f. In, 



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r 


s 

t, 



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1, It, |d II, 

ty pro - long Thy 

r Ir |d In 

r, Is, |1, II, 



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m 


In 


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Id 


my 


God 


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s 


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:s. 


Id 


Id 



2 Nor shall my tongue alone proclaim 
The honors of my God: 

My life, with all its active powers, 
Shall spread Thy praise abroad. 

3 Not death itself shall stop my song, 
Though death will close my eyes: 

My thoughts shall then to nobler heights 
And sweeter raptures rise. 

4 There shall my lips, in endless praise, 
Their grateful tribute pay: 

The theme demands an angel's tongue, 
And an eternal day. 

Ottiivell Heginbothovi, 1768, a. 

II 7 

My Saviour! my ahnighty Friend! 

When I begin Thy praise, 
Where will the growing numbers end, — 

The numbers of Thy grace? 

2 Thou art my everlasting trust; 
Thy goodness I adore; 

And, since I knew Thy graces first, 
I speak Thy glories more. 

3 My feet shall travel all the length 
Of the celestial road; 

And march, with courage,in Thy strength, 
To see my Father God. 







A. F 


. Reinagle, 


1826. 


r Id 


If 


In 


r I— 


1 


li Is, 


It, 


Id 


t, I- 


|— 


all my 
f Is 


mor 

Is 


■ tal 
Is 


days, 
s I— 


| 


f In 


Ir 


Id 


S| I— 


1— 


n Ir 


Id 


It, 


d I— 


| — 


d 11, 


Is, 


:M 


n, I— 


|— 


vast, Thy 
s If 


bound 

m 


- less 
Ir 


praise. 
d I— 


j 


n. If, 


Is, 


Is, 


d I— 


|— 



4 When I am filled with sore distress 
For some surprising sin, 

I'll plead Thy perfect righteousness, 
And mention none but Thine. 

5 How will my lips rejoice to tell 
The vict'ries of my King! 

My soul, redeemed from sin and hell, 
Shall Thy salvation sing. 

Isaac IVatts, 1719. 



Il8 



Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name, 

And in His strength rejoice; 
When His salvation is our theme, 

Exalted be our voice. 

2 With thanks, approach His awful sight 
And psalms of honor sing; 

The Lord's a God of boundless might, — 
The whole creation's King. 

3 Come, and with humble souls adore; 
Come, kneel before His face: 

Oh ! may the creatures of His power 
Be children of His grace! 

4 Now is the time; — He bends His ear, 
And waits for your request; 

Come, lest He rouse His wrath, and swear 
"Ye shall not see my rest." 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



ii9 

Awake, my soul! to sound His praise, 

Awake, my harp! to sing; 
Join, all my powers! the song to raise, 

And morning incense bring. 
2 Among the people of His care, 

And through the nations round, 
Glad songs of praise will I prepare, 

And there His name resound. 



($>ob the Sfctiher. 



1 20 Geneva. 

Key El?. 



C. M. 



3 Be Thou exalted, my God! 
Above the starry train; 

Diffuse Thy heavenly grace abroad, 
And teach the world Thy reign. 

4 So shall Thy chosen sons rejoice, 
And throng Thy courts above; 

While sinners hear Thy pard'ning voice, 
And taste redeeming love. 

Joel Barlow, 1785. 
John Cole, 1800. 



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When 



all 



:n 


n 


:f 


:d 

Thy 
When 


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all 


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Thy 

Is 



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n .4 
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:f 



pi :r 
d ^ti 

lost, 

s :— 
si :- 

2 Unnumbered comforts, to my soul, 
Thy tender care bestowed, 

Before my infant heart conceived 
From whom these comforts flowed. 

3 Ten thousand thousand precious gifts 
My daily thanks employ; 

Nor is the least a cheerful heart, 
That tastes those gifts with joy. 





:d 

the 




n 


.,i 


In 


d 


.,r 


:d 


love, 




S 




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s 




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f 


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view 
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new 


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fe. 



:r d :— 
:t, d :- 

and praise. 

:s .f n :— 
:s, d :— 

4 Through every period of my life, 
Thy goodness I'll pursue; 

And after death, in distant worlds, 
The glorious theme renew. 

5 Through all eternity, to Thee 
A joyful song I'll raise: 

For, oh! eternity's too short 
To utter all Thy praise! 

Joseph Addison, 1712 



(§)ob the 5fc*{Hetr. 



[21 


Clarendon. 


C 


. M. 


Key F. 








:d 


n 
d 


In 

:d 




n .r 


:d 


d .t, 


Sweet 


is 


the 




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:n 


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Is 




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d 


Id 




s. 



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.f 





Isaac Tucker, 1800 


s 


If 


n 


d 


:t, 


d 


of 


Thy 


grace, 


s 


Is 


S 


pi 


Ir 


d 



n 



:s, 

My 
d 
d 



.,1 



.,r 



s, .d 

God, 
PI 

d 



my 
I PI 

Id 



.s 



d 

heav'n 

f .n 

d 



:d 

iy 
:i_ 

:d~ 



PI 


Ir 


d 


:t 


King! 




S 


1 — 


S| 


1 — 





Ir 




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Let 




Is 




Is, 


s 


Is 


tl 


Id 


ness, 


In 


r 


In 


S| 


Id 



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Si 



to 
Is 
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of 

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Thy 


right 


Is 


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s, 

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n .r 

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:s, 

ry 

:s 

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In 


.fe 


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eous 


- 


In 


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Id 


• li 



d 

s. 
sing. 

n 
d 



2 God reigns on high, — but ne'er confines 
His goodness to the skies; 

Through the whole earth His bounty shines, 
And every want supplies. 

3 Creatures, with all their endless race, 
Thy power and praise proclaim: 

But saints, who taste Thy richer grace, 
Delight to bless Thy name. 



Isaac Watts, 1719, 



(S>ob ike Sfctihetr. 



122 Laus Deo. 8s & 7s. 

Key Ab. 



James A. Johnson, 1857. 



/pi :t, 


|d :r 


n If |n 


Ir 


n 


:«• 


Id 


If 


n Ir |d : — v 


\ s, is, 


js, :s. 


s, I 1, |s. 


Is, 


se, 


I se. 


|i, 


Hi 


s, If, |n, I— | 


( Lord, witt 


glow - ing 


heart I'd praise Thee 


For 


the 


bliss 


Thy 


love be - stows, > 


) d :f 


|n :t, 


d Id |d 


It, 


t, 


Ir 


m 


Id 


d I- .t,|d I- | 


Id, Ir, 


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d If, |s, 


:sj 


n, 


In, 


Hi 


:t, 


s, Is, |d, I— ' 


/ n :*i 


Id :t,.i, 


s, I d |r 


In 


n 


Ir 


Id 


if 


n Ir |d I— . 
s, If, |n, I— J 


Is, Is, 


is, :fi 


f, In, |s. 


IS| 


se. 


: n, 


|n. 


:i< 


< For the 


par - doning 


grace that saves 


me, 


And 


the 


peace 


that 


from it flows: \ 


id :f 


|ri Ir .d 


t, Id |f 


In 


n 


:t, 


Id 


Id 


d I- .t,|d I- 


' di : r. 


K :V 


s, 11, |t. 


Id 


n. 


Ise, 


Hi 


:t> 


s, Is, |d, I— / 


jr :d 


It, :r 


d I Mils, 


:i> 


t, 


Id 


Ir 


Id.f, 


1. :ii Is, :- v 


is, :i, 


|s, Is, 


S| Is,.fe,|S| 


Ife, 


S| 


:s, 


Is, 


Is, 


s,.pi,:fei |S| i— J 


Help, 


God, my 


weak en - deav 


- or, 


This 


dull 


soul 


to 


rap - ture raise ; \ 


ft, :i,.r|r If 


n Ir.d|t, 


Ir 


r 


In 


It 


In 


r Ir.d|t, I— I 


s, : fe, 


Is, :t 2 


d, I r, |n, 


Ir, 


S| 


:n, 


It, 


:d, 


r, Ir, |s, I— / 


n it. 


Id :t,.i, 


s, Id |r 


In 


n 


If 


Is 


if .n 


r Ir |d I— 


s, is, 


Is, :t. 


f, In, |s, 


Is, 


s. 


:ii 


|ta, 


Ilj^Si 


s, I- .f,|n, I— 


Thou must 


light the 


flame, or nev 


- er 


Can 


my 


love 


be 


warmed to praise. 


d :f 


|n Ir.d 


t, Id |f 


In 


n 


Id 


Id 


Id 


dJ.It, |d I- 


di Ir, 


h :iT 


s, 11, It, 


Id 


d 


:ii 


In, 


:*i 


s, Is, |d, :- 



2 Praise,my soul, the God that sought thee, 

Wretched wanderer, far astray; 
Found thee lost, and kindly brought thee 

From the paths of death away: 
Praise, with love's devoutest feeling, 

Him who saw thy guilt-born fear, 
And, the light of hope revealing, 

Bade the blood-stained cross appear. 



3 Lord, this bosom's ardent feeling 

Vainly would my lips express; 
Low before Thy footstool kneeling, 

Deign Thy suppliant's prayer to bless. 
Let Thy grace, my soul's chief treasure, 

Love's pure flame within me raise; 
And, since words can never measure, 

Let my life show forth Thy praise. 

Francis Scott Key, 1824. 



(§>o& ike SfaiW. 

2 ^ " Ein Feste Burg." p. m. 



Key c. 
Id 1 d' Id 1 \sa:\ 

iln d In |r Ir 
Our God stands firm, a 
Is s Is |s.fels 

\'.i n Id |t|.i,:s, 



Martin Luther, 1521. 
Har Hubert P. Main, i83i. 



du : 1 is : d 1 

d :r.d |t, :d 

Rock and Tower, A 
n : fe |s In 
li Ir |s, :i, 



t :i is :i 

pi Id |d :de 
Shield when dan - ger 
s Id 1 |d' In 

n :f 1 pi :ii 



f.n :r |d 
rXTt, Id 

press - es, 
f Is.f |n 
r I S| d 



d 1 : d 1 \s_a : t 

d Ipi |r :r 

read - y help in 

s :s 

pi Id 



s.fei s 
Mils, 



du : 1 j? : d 1 

d~ 

ev 
n 
1, 



;r.d it, :d 

'ry hour, When 

: te s : pi 

;r is, :i. 



t :i is :i 

pi :d |d Ide 

doubt or pain dis - 

s :d> id 1 :n 

pi If ,pi Mi 



f.pi '.r d 

rTdTt, |d 

tress - es! 

f \sA |n 

r : s, |d 



Hi 

lid 

For 
/in 
:d 



s :i |s :fe 


s :— 


I- :d 


s :s 1 :t 


d 1 :— 


1- :t 


n In r.d:d 


ti :- 


I- :d 


t, :d |d :n 


n '.— 


1- :n 


our ma - lig - nant 


foe 


Un- 


swerving aims his 


blow; 


His 


s Id 1 |s.nll 


s :— 


1- :n 


f In 1 !se 


1 :— 


|— :se 


d :i, IMlr 


s, :— 


1- :d 


r In f In 


ii :- 


1- :n 



d 1 :t 11 :i * 

d Ir |n Ir.dJ 

fear-ful arms the 

1 Is |s 

i, :t, id 



Ir ' 



s :— 


1- :i 


1 is 1 :f 


n I— 


|- Id' 


t 11 |s 11 


f.nlr |d 


t. :- 


I- :r 


d In |pi Ir 


t, I- 


1- Id 


r It, d Ide 


r.dlt, |d 


while, 


Dark 


pow'r and dark-er 


guile ; 


His 


hid - den craft is 


match - les 


s :— 


1- :i 


1 Id 1 |1 11 


se I— 


1- 11 


f If |s In 


f Is.f|n 


s, :— 


I- :r 


i Id |de Ir 


n I— 


1- Hi 


r Ir |n 11, 


r Is, |d 



2 Oar strength is weakness in the fight; 

Our courage soon defection ; 
But comes a Warrior clad in might, 
A Prince of God's election! 
Who is this wondrous Chief, 
That brings this glad relief? 
The field of battle boast* 
Christ Jesus, Lord of hosts, 
Still conq'ring and to conquer! 



3 Then Lord, arise, lift up Thine arm! 

With mighty succor stay us! 
Oh, turn aside the deadly harm, 
When Satan would betray us; 
That, rescued by Thy hand, 
In triumph we may stand, 
And round Thy foot-stool crowd, 
In joy to sing aloud 
High praise to our Redeemer! 

V. 1,2, tr. fr. Martin Luther, 1529. 
V. 3, R. Corbet Singleton, 1867. 



($)ob ihe Sfoiher. 



124 

To Father, Son and Holy Ghost, 

For ever be outpouring 
All glory, from the heavenly host, 

And saints on earth adoring: 
Through time's remotest bound 



That chorus shall resound, 
And swell for evermore, 
Like stormy ocean's roar; 
Through endless ages rolling. 

W. R. Whittingham. 



12 C God's Love 

Key Bfc». 

/ s, :i,.t||l Ir d 

\ Pi, '. i'i|. i'i| 1 n t Ir)| f| 

\ Grander than - cean's sto 

S| • S|.S| I S| • S| S| 

d| !d|.d||d| '. d| r. 



7s & 6s. p. 



d : r .n I f In 

pi, : f|.8||i| is. 

Pur - er than breath of 
s, I S|.d Id Id 
d, :d,.d|,d| Id, 

d :i|.t,|d Ir 

n, *.Pi|.ri|'l| : 1, 
Clear - er than mountain 
d Id .d |d It, 

i, :it.iilfi :f, 



r 
fe, 

morn 

1. 

r ( 

n 

se, 
ech 
t| 

n, 



It, 

If. 

ry 
Is, 

Ir, 



Or 

:t, 

:f, 



|i, :d 
I fe, :i, 



lDg 

Ir 



— r, 



Or 
!r 
: fe, 



s, Itj^d 

s, : Mi 

songs of 
d Irjl 

I'll Is, 

t, Id 

s, Is, 

eve - ning's 
r 

S| 



Id 

In, 



D. t m. 1. r. 

|t,s Id 1 

|se,n Is 
oes Ring 
|p»d' Id' 

hid In 



Id' 

In 
from 
Id' 
I s 



n Id .r |n 


In 


s 


If 


|n 


Ir 


d It,.d 


S| lPl|.f||S, 


Is, 


i7 


I— 


Hi 


:i. 


s, 1 Mi, 


Rolls on the glo 


- rious 


an 


- - 


them 


Of 


God's e - 


d :s,.s, d 


:ta, 

Id, 


1, 


Ir 


Is 
If, 


if 
:f, 


n Ir.d 


d| :d|.d,|d| 


f, 


I— 


s. Is, 



In 
Is, 

est 

:t. 

Is, 

It, 
If, 

tie 
I s, 
• r, 



W. F. Shekuin, 1872. 



trees — 



d 
n, 

breeze 

s, 

di 



r. s. d. f. B>. 



d'n 
n se, 

bove — 



n .r 
s, If, 

ter - nal 
t, It, 
s, Is, 



dn, 

d 

n, 

love! 
d 



2 Dearer than any lovings, 

The truest friends bestow; 
Stronger than all the yearnings, 

A mother's heart can know; 
Deeper than earth's foundations, 

And far above all thought; 
Broader than heaven's high arches — 

The love that Christ has brought. 



3 Richer than all earth's treasure, 

The wealth my soul receives; 
Brighter than royal jewels, 

The crown that Jesus gives; 
Wondrous the condescension, 

And grace beyond degree! 
I would be ever singing 

The love of Christ to me. 

W. F. Shsrifin, 187 1. 



(§)ob {He 5fctiHer. 



1 26 Teneriffe. c. M 

Key A. Staccato. 

1 .s, : m, .s, 



.s, : pi, .s 

The Lord, our 

.S| ".rii.s, 
\ .s, : pi, .s, 



d 

d 

God, 

d 
d 



:- .d :s, .d 
:- .d :s, .d 

is clothed with 

:- .d :s, .d 
:- .d :si .d 



might, 



.s : f .pi 
.s, is, .s, 

The winds 0- 



,pi *.r .d 



Geo. F. Root, i860. 



r :- : d 
s, :- : 1, 

bey His 

The winds - bey His 

,s Ir .s *. fe .r 

t, :- :i, 



ti 

t. 

will; 
will; 
S 
Si 



.s, :t,.r 
.s, : t,.r 

He speaks, an d in 



.s, : t, .r 
•S| :t,.r 



:- .pi :r .f 
:- .s, :s, .t, 

His heav'nly 

:- .d :t, .r 



f .pi :r .d : t, 



1 

r 

height 

f 



:- .s :n .d 
:- .pi :d .d 

The roll-ing 

:- .d Id .li 



pi :— :r 
d :- : t, 

sun stands 

The roll-ing sun stands 

.s : pi .s : i .r 

s, :— : s. 



d 

d 

still, 
still. 
Pi 
d. 



He speaks.and in Hisheav'nly height, 



2 Howl, winds of night! your force combine ; 
Without His high behest, 

Ye shall not, in the mountain pine, 
Disturb the sparrow's nest. 

3 His voice sublime is heard afar, 
In distant peals it dies; 

He yokes the whirlwind to His car, 
And sweeps the howling skies. 

4 Ye nations! bend, in reverence bend; 
Ye monarchs! wait His nod, 

And bid the choral song ascend 
To celebrate our God. 

H. K. White, 1806, alt. 



127 

Praise ye the Lord, ye' immortal choirs 

That fill the worlds above; 
Praise Him who form'd you of His fires, 

And feeds you with His love. 

2 Shine to His praise, ye crystal skies, 
The floor of His abode; 

Or veil in shade your myriad eyes 
Before your brighter God. 

3 Shout to the Lord, ye surging seas! 
In your eternal roar, 

Let wave to wave resound His praise, 
And shore reply to shore. 

Isaac Watts, 1706. 



I28 Monsell. s. M. 



KEY Efc>. 



: pi 


pi 


If |s 


:r 


pi :- |- 


— In 


pi :i |s :fe 


:d 


d 


:d |d 


:t, 


d :- |- 


— Ir 


d :d it, :t, 


Sweet 


is 


Thy raer 


- cy, 


Lord! 


Be- 


fore Thy mer-cy 


Is 


s 


If |r 


:s 


s :- 1 


— : se 


1 :pi |re '. 1 


:d 


d 


:ii Is, 


:s, 


d :- 1 


- :t, 


i, :i, It, :t, 



Joseph Barnby, 1868. 



PI 

t. : 

seat 

s : 
n \ 



Is 
It, 
My 

It 
Ir 



(3>ob ihe SFctiKcr. 



d 1 :t 


11 


:a 


s :- .f if :r 


pi : i is 


ir 


pi :— 


d >i 


In 


In 


n :- .f if :d 


d :d it, 


:t, 


d :— 


soul, a 


- dor 


- ing, 


pleads Thy word, And 


owns Thy mer 


- cy 


sweet. 


pi Is 


|d' 


:ta 


ta :- . I ! 1 If 


s :i |r 


:f 


PI :— 


d :d 


Id 


:d 


fi :-4i|fi :i. 


s, :s, is. 


Is, 


d :- 



2 Where'er Thy uame is blest, 
Where'er Thy people meet, 

There I delight in Thee to rest, 
And find Thy mercy sweet. 

3 Light Thou my weary way, 
Lead Thou my wand' ring feet, 



That while I stay on earth I may 
Still find Thy mercy sweet. 

4 Thus shall the heavenly host 
Hear all my songs repeat, 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
Thy joy, Thy mercy sweet. 

John S. B. Monsell, 1862. 



129 Wartburg. 


L. M. 


Kb 
/Id.r 


:y d. 
pi .' f | s : s 


f In |r Is 


:sT 


d :d |r :d.t. 


u:d It, :r 


\Praise, 


Lord, for Thee in 


Zi - on waits; Prayer 


kn.t 


s : f .m |r In 


f Is |s Ir 1 


lid" 


d.t,Il~|t, Id 


r In .f |s It 


i'.s 


d' :t 11 :s 


/T\ 

f In |r Is 


v r 


pi Ir |d .r In 


r Id |t| In.r 


(All 


flesh shall to Thy 


throne re - pair, And 


/it.i 


s.n:f.s|i :i 


1 Is.l|t It 


\:sl 


pi .dlr .pi |f .pi :r.de 


r Ipi .f |s In 



2 Our spirits faint; our sins prevail; 
Leave not our trembling hearts to fail ; 
Thou that hearest prayer, descend, 
And still be found the sinner's Friend. 

3 How blest Thy saints, how safely led, 
How surely kept, how richly fed: 
Saviour of all in earth and sea, 

How happy they who rest in Thee. 

4 Lord, on our souls Thy spirit pour; 
The mortal waste within restore ; 

O let Thy love our spring-tide be, 
And make us all bear fruit to Thee. 

H. F. Lyte, 1834. 





J 


H. SCHEIN, 1628. 


1 It 


Id 1 It 


111 |s 


n.fels 


|1 Is 


s I f e | s 


shall be 


- siege Thy 


tem - pie gates; 


d' Ir' 


|r' Ir 1 


pi 1 Ir'.d'lt 


1 Is 


|fe Is 


d Ir s. 


f In 


|r .pi I f 


/TV 

pi Ir |d 


d.rld 


ItT Id 


d It, |d 


find, through Christ, sal - 


va - tion there. 


1 .sis 


Is If 


S I- . f | Pi 


lTt.Id 


|s, 11, 


s,.f|Is, |d 



130 

O Source divine, and Life of all, 
The Fount of being's wondrous sea, 

Thy depth would every heart appal, 
That saw not Love supreme in Thee. 

2 We shrink before Thy vast abyss, 
Where worlds on worlds eternal brood ; 

We know Thee truly but in this, 
That Thou bestowest all our good. 

3 And so, 'mid boundless time and space, 
grant us still in Thee to dwell, 

And through the ceaseless web to trace 
Thy presence working all things well. 

John Sterling, 1839. 



(S>ot) {He Sfafher. 



!3I 



Sabaoth. p. m. 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1867. 
Har. by H. P. Main, 1869. 



KeyF. 












n In |n 


In 


r.,d:t,.,l,|s, I— 


d Id.,r|d It, 


r 


I r .,n | r Id 


d :d id 


Id 


l|.,l|IS|.,f,|Pl, I— 


s, Is,.,s,|s, Is, 


t, 


:t,.,d|t, id 


Ho - ly, ho 


- ly, 


ho-ly is the Lord! 


Sing, ye peo - pie, 


glad 


- ly a-dore Him 


s : S | s 


Is 


f.,fld.,d|d I— 


pi In.,f |pi Ir 


s 


I s .,s | f I PI 


d :d |d 


Id 


f,.,f,: f,. 9 f,|d, :- 


d Id.,d|s, Is, 


s. 


Is,.,S||s, Id 


pi : pi | pi 


In 


r.,d:t|.,l,|s, I— 


l,.,t,:d.,r pi I f .,n 


r 


I- |d I 


d Id id 


Id 


l,.,l,IS,.,f||PI| I— 


f,.,s,:s,.,d|d Ir.,d 


t. 


I- |d I 


Let the moun 


- tains 


tremble at His word; 


Let the hills be joy - ful be- 


fore 


Him; 


s Is |s 


I s 


f.,fld.,d|d I— 


d.,r Id.,1 s Is.,f 


f 


I- |n I 


d :s, in. 


Id, 


f,.,f,: f,.,f,|d, :- 


f,.,r,lPi,.,f,|s, Is,.,s, 


s. 


I— |d I 


s :s.,d'|d' 


It 


t 1 1 .,s 1 s In 


s Is.,d'|d' It 


t 


:i.,t|s :- 


ci :pi.,d|pi 


Ir 


s If.,f|pi Id 


n I n .,d | n I r 


r 


Id.,r|t, I- 


Migh - ty in wis 


- dom, 


boundless in mer - cy, 


Great is Je-ho - vah, 


King 


o-ver aU. 


S IS.,S |S 


Is 


s Is.,8 |b Is 


s I s.,s |s Is 


s 


Ife.,fe|s I— 


d :d.,Pl s 


Is 


S| IS|.,t,|d Id 


d I d .,pi | s Is 


r 


Ir.,r|s, I— 


CHORUS. 

n In |n 


IP! 


r.,dlt,.,l,|s, I— 


li.,t|Id.,r |n If ..pi 


r 


I- Id I 


d Id |d 


Id 


l,.,lils,.,f||n, I— 


f,.,s,Is,.,d d Ir.,d 


t, 


I- |d I 


Ho - ly, ho 


■ ly, 


ho-ly is the Lord, 


Let the hills be joy - fulbe- 


fore 


Him. 


s Is | s 


Is 


f.,fld.,d|d I— 


d.,r Id.,1 s Is.,8 


f 


I- |n I 


d Is, |pi, 


Id, 


f.^MW.Id, I- 


f,.,r,lPi|.,f||S| Is,.,s 


s. 


I- |d I 



2 Praise Him, praise Him ! shout alond for joy, 
Watchman of" Ziou, herald the story; 

Sin and death His kingdom shall destroy; 

All the earth shall sing of His glory; 
Praise Him, ye angels, ye who behold Him 

Robed in His splendor, matchless, divine. — Cho. 

3 King eternal, blessed be His name! 

So may His children gladly adore Him, 
When in heaven ^ve join the happy strain, 

When we cast our bright crowns before Him ; 
There in His likeness joyful awaking, 

There we shall see Him, there we shall sing. — Cho. 

Frances J. Van Alstyne, 18 



(S>ob the ^father. 



I32 Westminster. 


C. M. 








James Turle, 


052 


KE 

/In 


Y DJ2. 

s :s id :d< 


t 


:i is 


Is 


pi 1 :t 


Id' 


Ir 1 


s I— 





l:i 


ni Ir |d In 


n 


:d .r jri 


:f 


pi :s A 


|p. 


If .pi 


r I— 


— 


<My 
j'.B 


God, how won - der - 
s :r \n Id 1 


ful 

PI' 


Thou art! 

:i .t id 1 


Thy 

:t 


ma - jes 
d 1 In'.r 


•ty 
■|d> 


how 
11 


bright ! 
t I — 


_ 


\:d 


d :t, ii, :i 


S 


:i pi 


ir 


d Is - 


U 


If 


s I— 


— 


/is 


t :i |se :i 


d 1 


:t 11 


:i 


s Id 


|r 


If 


n I— 


— 


\ir 


r .:r |r Id 


n 


:n .r |d 


:f 


pi Id 


Id 


It, 


d I— 


— 


(How 


beau - ti - ful Thy 

s :i it :i 


mer 
1 


- cy - seat, 
:se |1 


In 


depths of 
s Is 


burn 
11 


-ing 
Is 


light! 
s I— 


,_ 


\Is 


s :f i'i :f 


PI 


m |1, 


:t, 


d IP), 


Hi 


Is, 


d I— 


— 



2 How dread are Thine eternal years, 
everlasting Lordl 

By prostrate spirits, day and night, 
Incessantly adored. 

3 How beautiful, how beautiful, 
The sight of Thee must be, 

Thine endless wisdom, boundless power, 
And awful purity! 

4 Oh! how I fear Thee, living God! 
With deepest, tenderest fears, 

And worship Thee with trembling hope, 
And- penitential tears. 

5 Yet I may love Thee too, Lord! 
Almighty as Thou art, 

For Thou hast stooped to ask of me 
The love of this poor heart. 

6 No earthly father loves like Thee, 
No mother, half so mild, 

Bears and forbears as Thou hast done 
With me, Thy sinful child. 

Fred. W. Faber, 1849. 

r 33 

Holy and reverend is the name 

Of our eternal King: 
"Thrice holy Lord!" the angels cry: 

"Thrice holy!" let us sing. 



2 With sacred awe pronounce His name, 
Whom words nor thoughts can reach; 

A broken heart shall please Him more 
Than the best forms of speech. 

3 Thou holy Ood! preserve my soul 
From all pollution free: 

The pure in heart are Thy delight, 
And they Thy face shall see. 

John Needham, 1768. 

x 34 

1 sing th' almighty power of God, 
That made the mountains rise, 

That spread the flowing seas abroad, 
And built the lofty skies. 

2 I sing the wisdom, that ordained, 
The sun to rule the day; 

The moon shines full at His command, 
And all the stars obey. 

3 Lord! how Thy wonders are displayed, 
Where'er I turn mine eye, 

If I survey the ground I tread, 
Or gaze upon the sky! 

4 There's not a plant or flower below, 
But makes Thy glories known; 

And clouds arise, and tempests blow, 
By order from Thy throne. 

Isaac IVatts, 171 5. 



(§>od IKe Sfoiher. 



J 35 


Lyons 


I OS 


& 


[IS. 






F. 


J. Haydn, 1770 


Ke\ 

pi 


A. 

d :d 


:r 


n 


: _ 


:d 


f :f 


In 


r 


. 


\m, 


s, is, 


:s. 


S| 


:— 


:s, 


ii :s. 


Is, 


S| 


I — 


(Oh! 
/Id 


wor - ship 


the 

it. 


King, 
d 


• 


aU - 

:d 


glo - rious 
d :r 


a - 
Id 


bove, 
t, 


•_ 


lid, 


d, In, 


:s, 


d 


'.— 


:n, 


i. :t, 


Id 


s. 


• 


/•S| 


d :d 


ir 


n 


i — 


:f 


s .,f In 


Ir 


d 


• 


i:s,.f, 


n, is. 


:s. 


S| 


:— 


:i, 


S|.,l|| 


:U 


n, 


I— 


<dh!~ 


grate - ful - 
d :d 




sing 
d 


• 


His 

:d 


pow - er 

d id 


and 
It, 


love, 
d 


: _ 


\:s. 


di In, 


is. 


d 


:— 


:ii 


Wi -4i'.i\ 


Is, 


d. 


I— 


pi 


s, is, 


:i, 


t, 


:t, 


:d 


r Ir 


In 


f 


I 


\.*S| 


s, :s. 


:fe, 


f, 


:f. 


:n, 


r. Is, 


IS| 


S| 


I— 


(Our 

/:ti 


Shield and 

ti it, 


De - 

:d 


fend 
r 


■ er > 


the 

:d 


An - cient 
t, It, 


of 
Id 


days, 
r 


• 


lis. 


s, :s. 


:s, 


B| 


:s. 


:si 


s. Is, 


Is, 


S| 


I — 


/:s. 


d :d 


Ir 


n 


In 


:f 


s .,1 In 


Ir 


d 


; — 


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2 Oh! tell of His might, oh! sing of His grace, 
Whose robe is the light, whose canopy space; 

His chariots of wrath the deep thunder-clouds form, 
And dark is His path on the wings of the storm. 

3 Thy bountiful care what tongue can recite! 
It breathes in the air, it shines in the light; 

It streams from the lulls, it descends to the plain, 
And sweetly distills in the dew and the rain. 

4 Frail children of dust, and feeble as frail, 
In Thee do we trust, nor find Thee to fail ; 
Thy mercies how tender, how firm to the end, 
Our Maker, Defender, Redeemer, and Friend! 

Robert Grant, 1830, ab. 



i 3 6 



^Resits ©Krisi. 

Ye servants of God! your Master proclaim, 
Aud publish abroad His wonderful name; 
The name, all-victorious, of Jesus extol; 
His kingdom is glorious, and rules over all. 

2 God ruleth on high, almighty to save; 
And still He is nigh — His presence we have: 
The great congregation His triumph shall sing, 
Ascribing salvation to Jesus, our King. 

3 Then let us adore, and give Him His right, 
All glory and power, and wisdom and might, 
All honor and blessing, with angels above, 
And thanks never ceasing, and infinite love. 

Charles Wesley, 1744, ab. 



137 



Rothwell. l. m. 



William Tansur, 1743. 



KEY E. 



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m .- 

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ht King 
n '.- 

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of 
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n 

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2 A thousand seraphs, strong and bright, 4 Their glory shines with equal beams, 
Stand round the glorious Deity; Their essence is for ever one, 

But who, amongst the sons of light, Though they are known by different names, 

Pretends comparison with Thee? The Father God, and God the Son. 



3 Yet there is one, of human frame, — 
Jesus, arrayed in flesh and blood, — 

Thinks it no robbery to claim 
A full equality with God. 



5 Then let the name of Christ, our King, 
With equal honors be adored; 

His praise let every angel sing, 

And all the nations own their Lord. 

Isaac IVafts, 1707. 



%e&u& ®Krtsf. 



I38 Rothwell. l. 



M. 



William Tansur, 1743. 



Key E. 



:d 


PI 


:— 


Is 


d 1 :- 


is 


f :p 


1 


Ir 


d 


'— 


Ir 


n 


• 


He 


s I- 


- Is 


:d 


n 

the 


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blue 


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heavens were 


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ed 


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broad, 


It, 

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d 

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t, I- Ir 


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stretch 


last - ing 


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pi 


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d 1 :— :s 

d :— in 


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s 


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11. 


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t, :- 


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s 


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pi Ir Ir 


pi I— Ir 


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was 


the 


Word 


; With 


God 


He 


was; the 


Word was 


God, And must di - 


pi Ir 


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r :- 

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d I— It, 


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i'ii :s. 


d I— 


vine 


ly 


be 


a - 


dored, 


And 


must di 




vine 


ly 


be a - 


dored. 


d ;r 


X,f 
M.,r 


s I 


— : f 

— • r 


n *- 

d :- 


- Is 


S I— I( 


\ 


d 1 Is I 


1 
f 


s I— If 


Pi I— 


n i • s i 


- :d 




d I- 


- Ii 


d.,rl pi 


I 


s I— 


Is, 


d I— 



2 Ere sin appeared, or Satan fell, 
He led the host of morning stars: 

His generation who can tell ? 

Or count the number of His years. 

3 Mortals with joy behold His face, — 
Th' eternal Father's only Son; 

How full of truth ! how full of grace! 
When thro' His eyes the Godhead shone 

4 Archangels leave their high abode 
To learn new mysteries here, and tell 

The love of our descending God, 
The glories of Immanuel. 

haac Watts, 1707. 



139 

What equal honors shall we bring, 

To Thee, O Lord, our God, the Lamb! 



When all the notes, that angels sing, 
Are far inferior to Thy name? 

2 Worthy is He that once was slain, — 
The Prince of peace, that groan'd and died, 

Worthy to rise, and live, and reign, 
At His almighty Father's side. 

■3 Honor immortal must be paid, 
Instead of scandal and of scorn; 

While glory shines around His head, 
And a bright crown without a thorn. 

4 Blessings for ever on the Lamb, 

Who bore the curse for wretched men I 

Let angels sound His sacred name, 
And every creature say, — Amen. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



%e&u& ©Krist. 



I40 Logos. 6s & 4s. 



Hubert P. Main, 1881. 



KEY E|?. 



d : pi 


d 




s 


:- .f 


: pi 




d : pi 


: i 


t 


J- 


.se 


: i 


d :n 


d 


t, 


:- .t, :d 




d : pi 


:d 


r 


I- 


.ti 


:d 


Je - sus ! 

d : pi 


Thy 
d 


name 
r 


I love, 

;- .s : s 




All oth - 

d : pi 


er 

: pi 


names 

se :- 


a 
.Pi 


- bove 

: pi 


d : pi 


d 


s, 


:- .s, :d 




d : pi 


:i, 


n, 


'•- 


.n, 


: li 


s : s : f e 




S 


; — 


; — 


s 


is :s 


s 


: .i :s 


1 


'.B 


:i 


r.d:i,.t,:d 

Je - sus, my 

s .pi :r :i 




t. 

Lord 
s 


i 




pi 

Oh! 
s 


In In 
Thou art 

: d ! : d 1 


f 

all 
t 


:- .f if 

to me: 

:- .t :t 


PI 

Noth 

d 1 


:pi 

-ing 

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to 

:fe 


t|.d : r Iri 




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d 


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r 


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d 


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Ir 


t :- .1 :s 




d 1 


Is 


Is 


i 


:- .s :f 


rit. 
PI 


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d 


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d 


lr 


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1. 


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d 


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d 


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:— 


please I see, 

s :- .s :s 




Noth 


•ing 

:s.f 


a - 
In 


part 
PI 


from Thee, 

:- .1 :i 


Je - 
s 


sus, my 

:s :f 


Lord! 
Pi 


• 


* 


s :- .s, :s. 

Copyright, 1881 


bj 


Biglow 


:t, 

& Main. 


Id 


de 


'•- - 


1, :r 


s 


IS| li 


'l 


d 


:— 


I— 



2 Thou, blessed Son of God! 
Hath bought me with Thy blood, 

Jesus, my Lord! 
Oh! how great is Thy love, 
All other loves above, — 
Love that I daily prove, 

Jesus, my Lord! 

3 When unto Thee I flee, 
Thou wilt my Refuge be, 

Jesus, my Lord! 
What need I now to fear? 
What earthly grief or care? 
Since Thou art ever near, 

Jesus, my Lord! 

4 Soon Thou wilt come again; 
I shall be happy then, 

Jesus, my Lord! 
Then Thine own face I'll see, 
Then I shall like Thee be, 
Then evermore with Thee, 

Jesus, my Lord! 

James George Deck, 1S41. 



141 

Come, all ye saints of God! 
Publish through earth abroad 

Christ Jesus' fame; 
Tell what His love has done; 
Trust in His name alone: 
Shout to His lofty throne, — 

"Worthy the Lamb!" 

2 Hence, gloomy doubts and fears I 
Dry all your mournful tears! 

Join our glad theme; 
Beauty for ashes bring, 
Strike each melodious string, 
Join heart and voice to sing, — 

"Worthy the Lamb!" 

3 Hark! how the choirs above, 
Filled with the Saviour's love, 

Dwell on His name! 
There, too, may we be found, 
With light and glory crowned, 
While all the heavens resound, — 

"Worthy the Lamb!" 

James Boden, 1801 



%e&u& (Qhvi&l. 



I42 Angels, l. m. 



Orlando Gibbons, 1623. 



:d 

s. 

Now 

:d 



Key g. 

pi : 

s, 
to 

n : 
d 



s I— 

ti :— 

soul ! 

r i— 

si :— 

r :— 
t. :- 



:d 

the 

in 
:i, 

s :— 
d :t, 

wake, 

s :r 



r I— 

t. :- 

Lord 

s :— 
s. :— 

ie 

1, 



f :_n 

d :— 



no 
1 



n Ir 



. s 

:d 

And 
Is 

In, 



f 
d 

all 
1 

f, 



my 
r 



.n 

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t, 

tongue! Ho 

r I— In 
s, I— Id 



ir 

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Ijj If 

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d I— 



d 
d 

song 

n 



san 

d 



Is 
Id 

na 

In 
Id 



In 
Id 

His 



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ti s— 

bound 
s If 



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Id 
Id 

less 
In 



f 


In 


d 


I— 


love 




1 


Is 


f, 


Is, 



d 

is, 

A- 

:n 
d 

Is 
Id 

th'e 

Is 

In 

Ir 

:t, 

pro - 
If 



n I— 
s, I— 
wake, 
n ;— 
d I- 

f :— 
d it , 

ter 



Ife 

:ii 

my 

Id 
:i, 

In 
Id 

nal 



Ir Is 

"P Id 



d I 
d I 

claim. 

n I 
d. I 



2 See where it shines in Jesus' face, — 
The brightest image of His grace 1 
God, in the person of His Son, 

Has all His mightiest works outdone. 

3 The spacious earth and spreading flood 
Proclaim the wise, the powerful God; 
And Thy rich glories from afar 
Sparkle in every rolling star. 

4 But in His looks a glory stands, 
The noblest labor of Thy hands; 
The pleasing lustre of His eyes 
Outshines the wonders of the skies. 

5 Grace, — 'tis a sweet, a charming theme; 
My thoughts rejoice at Jesus' name: 

Ye angels! dwell upon the sound; 
Ye heavens! reflect it to the ground. 

6 Oh! may I live to reach the place, 
Where He unveils His lovely face, 
Where all His beauties you behold, 
And sing His name to harps of gold. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



143 



O Christ! our King, Creator, Lord! 
Saviour of all who trust Thy word! 
To them who seek Thee ever near, 
Now to our praises bend Thine ear. 

2 In Thy dear cross a grace is found, — 
It flows from every streaming wound, — 
Whose power our inbred sin controls, 
Breaks the firm bond, and frees our souls. 

3 Thou didst create the stars of night; 
Yet Thou has veiled in flesh Thy light, 
Hast deigned a mortal form to wear, 

A mortal's painful lot to bear. 

4 When Thou didst hang upon the tree ; 
The quaking earth acknowledged Thee; 
When Thou didst there yield up Thy breath, 
The world grew dark as shades of death. 

5 Now in the Father's glory high, 
Great Conqu'ror! never more to die, 
Us by Thy mighty power defend, 
And reign through ages without end. 

Lat., Gregory I, 600. 
Tr. Ray Palmer, 1858. 



35esits 
1 44 

Let every heart exulting beat 
With joy, at Jesus' name of bliss. 

With every pure delight replete, 
And passing sweet, its music is. 

H5 c 

mf Key Efc». 
PI 

S, 

Je - 
s 
d 



(SLkrisi. 



2 Oh! speak His glorious name abroad! 
Jesus let every tongue confess! 
Let every heart and voice accord 
The Healer of our souls to bless. 

Tr. John D. Chatnbers, 1857. 



n 
ti_ 

when 
s 

ti 



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n 

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n 

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n 


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the 

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t, Ide 
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L. M. 








Joseph Barnby 


, 1872. 


n I— 


Ir 


d :— 


Ir 


n I— 


• 


s Is Is 


s I— 


Ife 


i. :- 


:i ( 


s, :— 


:t, 


d I— 


I— 


fi In Ir 


d I— 


Id 


Lord, 


my 


Qod, 


my 


All! 




Hear me, bless 'd 


Sav - 


iour! 


S I— 


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:fi 


n :— 
s, i— 


Is 

' s. 


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d I— 


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11 


f. :- 


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s :— 


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Is 


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1 :- 


11 


n :— 


:— 


t, id 


Ir 


d I- 


Id 


d I— Id 


d :— 


:d 


call; 




Hear me, 


and, 


from 


Thy 


dwell - ing - 


place, 


Pour 


s I— 


:— 


f If 


If 


n I— 


In 


d' I— Ita 


1 I— 


If 


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11 


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p rit. 

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n :— 


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If 


ti :- 


I— 


d Id Id 


ta, I- 


Ita, 


rich 


es 


o7~ 


Thy 


grace: 




Je - sus, my 


Lord! 


I 


1 :— 


:i 


1 Is 


If 


f I— 


I— 


n In In 


s I— 


Is 


r :— 


Ir 


fi :— 


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ii :- 


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f In 


Ir 


d I— 


Id 


d It, 11, 


s, I— 


• 


dore; 




Oh ! make 


me 


love 


Thee 


more and 


more. 




f :- 


:— 


f In 


Ir 


d I— 


Id 


1 Is If 


n I— 


• 


f. :- 


:— 


t In 


Ir 


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Id 


f. :- if, 


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• 



2 Jesus! too late I Thee have sought; 
How can I love Thee as I ought? 
And how extol Thy matchless fame, 
The glorious beauty of Thy name? 
Jesus, my Lord! I Thee adore; 

Oh! make me love Thee more and more. 

3 Jesus! what didst Thou find in me, 
That Thou has dealt so lovingly? 

How great the joy that Thou hast brought, 



So far exceeding hope or thought! 

Jesus, my Lord! I Thee adore; 

Oh! make me love Thee more and more. 

4 Jesus! of Thee shall be my song; 

To Thee my heart and soul belong; 

All that I have or am is Thine, 

And Thou, blest Saviour! Thou art mine: 

Jesus, my Lord! I Thee adore; 

Oh! make me love Thee more and more. 

Henry Collins, 1852. 



%q&u& (SLHrist. 



I46 Covenant, l. m. 

mf Key Efc>. 



n 


In In 


pi I— Ir 


d :— 


ir 


pi : 


S| 


:d :t, 


ii :- :ii 


s, :— 


:t, 


d : 





Love, who 


ere life's 


earli 


est 


dawn 


s 


is :s 


s :- :f 


pi 1— 


:s 


s : 


d 


:d :d 


f. :- :ti 


s, :— 


:s, 


d : 







Joseph Barnby, 1872. 


s 


Is 


:s 


s :— :fe 


tl 


In 


Ir 


d :— :d 


On 


us 


Thy 


choice hast 


s 


:t 


:t 


t :pi :i 


n 


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:n 


ii :— :i ( 



pi :— 


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t, 


Id 


Ir 


d I— 


Id 


d I— 


Id 


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Id / 


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laid: 







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, who 


here 


as 


Man 


wast 


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s :— 


:i 


s I— 


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f 


If 


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r 


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If 


t, I- 


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d Id 


Id 


ta, I— 


Ita, / 


whol - 


ly 


like 


to 


us 




wast 


made: 




Love 


we 


give 


oar-/ 


n :— 


:i 


1 I- 


11 


1 


Is 


If 


f I- 


:— 


n In 


In 


s I— 


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f, 


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11, 


s, I— 


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d I— 


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f 


In 


Ir 


d I- 


Id 


d It, 


:i> 


s, I— 


I— 


selves 


to 


Thee, 




Thine ev 


- er, 


on - - 


iy 


Thine 


to 


be. 




s if 


In 


f I- 


I— 


i 


In 


Ir 


d I— 


Id 


1 Is 


If 


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f, I- 


• 


f 


In 


Ir 


d I— 


Id 


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d I- 


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2 O Love, who lovest as for aye, 
Who for our souls dost ever plead; 

O Love, who didst our ransom pay, 
Whose power sufficeth in our stead: 

O Love, we give ourselves to Thee, 

Thine ever, only Thine to be. 



3 Love, who once shalt bid us rise 
From out this dying life of ours; 

O Love, who once o'er yonder skies 
Shall set us in the fadeless bowers: 

O Love, we give ourselves to Thee, 

Thine ever, only Thine to be. 

Tr. Calk. Wink-worth, 1858,0*. 
Ger. Johann Schtffltr, 1657. 



%e&\i& ©Vurtsi. 



147 


Burling 


ton. 


C. M. 




J ■ F. 


BURROWES, 


1830. 


Key E|?. Legato. 










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2 " Worthy the Lamb that died," they cry,4 Hosannal once Thy gracious ear 
"To be exalted thus!" Approved a lisping throng; 

"Worthy the Lamb," our lips reply, Be gracious still, and deign to hear 

"For He was slain for us!" Our poor but grateful song. 



3 Jesus is 'worthy to receive 
Honor and power divine; 

And blessings, more than we can give, 
Be, Lord! for ever Thine. 

4 The whole creation join in one, 
To bless the sacred name 

Of Him, that sits upon the throne, 
And to adore the Lamb. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



5 O Saviour! if redeemed by Thee, 

Thy temple we behold, 
Hosannas through eternity 

We'll sing to harps of gold. 

William H. Havergal ', 1833. 



I48 



Hosanna! raise the pealing hymn 

To David's Sou and Lord; 
With cherubim and seraphim, 

Exalt th' incarnate Word. 

2 Hosanna! Sovereign, Prophet, Priest! 
How vast Thy gifts, how free! 

Thy blood, our life; Thy word, our feast; 
Thy name, our only plea. 

3 Hosanna! Master! lo! we bring 
Our offerings to Thy throne; 

Not gold, nor myrrh, nor mortal thing, 
But hearts to be Thine own. 



149 



Jesus is God! the glorious bands 

Of holy angels sing 
Songs of adoring praise to Him, 

Their Maker and their King. 

2 Backward our thoughts thro ages stretch, 
Onward through endless bliss, — 

For there are two eternities, 
And both alike are His. 

3 Jesus is God! Oh! could I now 
But compass land and sea, 

To teach and tell this single truth, 
How happy should I be! 

4 Oh! had I but an angel's voice, 
I would proclaim so loud, 

Jesus, the Good, the Beautiful, 
Is everlasting God. 

Frederic William Faber, 1862. 



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2 We love to sing of Jesus, 
Who wept our path along; 

We love to sing of Jesus, 
The tempted and the strong. 



3 We love to sing of Jesus, 
Who died our souls to save; 

We love to sing of Jesus, 
Triumphant o'er the grave. 



4 Then let us sing of Jesus, 
While yet on earth we stay, 

And hope to sing of Jesus 
Throughout eternal day. 

Geo. W. Bet/tune, 1850. 



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Samuel Webbe, 1791. 



Key A 


, Spirifo. 
















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2 High on yon celestial mountains, 

Stands His gem-built throne, all bright, 

Midst incessant acclamations, 
Bursting from the sons of light: 

Zion's praises 
Are His chosen dwelling-place. 

K2 Horton. 7s. 

Key A. Andante 



3 Bring your harps, and bring your odors, 
Sweep the string, and pour the lay, 

View His works, behold His wonders, 
Let hosannas crown the day I 

He is worthy 
Of eternal, boundless praise. 

Job Hupton, 1806. 
Xavier Schnyder, von Wartensee, 1826. 



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2 When the morning paints the skies, 
When the golden sunbeams rise, 
Then my Saviour's form I find 
Brightly imaged on my mind. 



3 When the day-beams pierce the night, 
Oft I think on Jesus' light — 
Think, — how bright that light will be 
Shining through eternity. 



4 When, as moonlight softly steals, 
Heaven its thousand eyes reveals, 



Then I think ; — who made their light 
Is a thousand times more bright. 

5 When I see, in spring-tide gay, 
Fields their varied tints display, 
Wakes the thrilling thought in me, — 
What must their Creator be? 

6 Lord of all that's fair to see! 
Come, reveal Thyself to me; 
Let me, 'mid Thy radiant light, 
See Thine unveil'd glories bright. 



Ger.,Je/iann Sche flier, 
Tr. Frances Elizabeth Cox, 



657. 



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x 53 



Melita. l. m. 



Key D. 



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2 O Israel's Sceptre! David's Key! 3 O King! Desire of nations! come, 

Come Thou, and set death's captives free, Lead sons of earth to heaven's high home, 



Unlock the gate that bars their road, 
And lead them to the throne of God. 
Draw near, O Christ, with us to dwell, 
In mercy save Thine Israel. 



Thou chief and precious Corner-stone, 
Binding the severed into one. 
Draw near, O Christ, with us to dwell, 
In mercy save Thine Israel. 

Fr. Horatio Nelson, 1857. 



154 



Antioch. c. M. 



Key D. Ardiio. 



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It .,1 


s I- 


.f 


n Ir 


d 


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Is .,f 


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156 



2 Joy to the earth, — the Saviour reigns; 

Let men their songs employ; Mortals ! awake, with angels join, 

While fields and floods,rocks,hills,aud plains And chant the solemn lay . 

Joy, love, aud gratitude, combine 
To hail th' auspicious day. 



Repeat the sounding joy. 

3 No more let sins and sorrows grow, 
Nor thorns infest the ground; 

He comes to make His blessings flow, 
Far as the curse is found. 

4 He rules the world with truth and grace, 
And makes the nations prove 

The glories of His righteousness, 
And wonders of His love. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 

J 55 

Hark the glad souud ! the Saviour comes,- 

The Saviour promised long; 
Let every heart prepare a throne, 

Aud every voice a song. 

2 He comes, the pris'ners to release, 
In Satan's bondage held, 

The gates of brass before Him burst, 
The iron fetters yield. 

3 Our glad hosannas, Prince of peace! 
Thy welcome shall proclaim, 

And heaven's eternal arches ring 
With Thy beloved name. 

Philip Doddridge, 1735 



2 In heaven the rapturous song began, 
And sweet seraphic fire 

Through all the shining regions ran, 
And strung and tuned the lyre. 

3 Swift, through the vast expanse, it flew, 
And loud the echo rolled; 

The theme, the song, the joy was new, 
'Twas more than heaven could hold. 

4 Down to the portals of the sky 
Th' impetuous torrent ran; 

And angels rushed, with eager joy, 
To bear the news to man. 

5 Hark! the cherubic armies shout, 
And glory leads the song; 

Good-will and peace are heard throughout 
Th' harmonious heavenly throng. 

6 With joy the chorus we repeat — 
"Glory to God on high!" 

Good-will and peace are now complete; 
Jesus was born to die. 

Samuel Medley, 1 782. 



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I ^ 7 Veni Immanuel. l. m. 



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Draw nigh, draw 

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2 Draw nigh, O Jesse's Rod, draw nigh, 

To free us from the enemy; 

From hell's abyss Thy people save, 

And give us victory o'er the grave. 

Rejoice! rejoice! Immanuel 

Shall come to thee, Israel i 



4 Draw nigh, draw nigh, O David's Key, 
The heavenly gate unfolds to Thee; 
Make safe the way that leads on high, 
And close the path to misery. 
Rejoice! rejoice! Immanuel 
Shall come to thee, O Israel! 



3 Draw nigh, draw nigh, O Morning Star, 5 Draw nigh, draw nigh, O Lord of Might, 



And bring us comfort from afar; 
And banish far from us the gloom 
Of sinful night and endless doom. 
Rejoice! rejoice! Immanuel 
Shall come to thee, O Israel! 



Who once from Sinai's naming height 
Didst give the trembling tribes Thy Law, 
In cloud, and majesty, and awe. 
Rejoice! rejoice! Immanuel 
Shall come to thee, O Israel! 

Ti.Jokn M. Neale, 1851. 



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"Peac 


e to the earth, goo 


d-will to men, From 


heav'n's all-gra - cious 


King;" 


The) 


:rii 


pii :— :sei 1 se,: i ( :t 


1,:— :se,|i, :— :i, 


t, : n : r |d Ir :d 


t, :-:-i- 


:— :ti\ 


:pi, 


pi,:— : pi, j pi, :— :r 


d,:— : pi, |i, :— :d. 


r,:— Ir, |r, :— Ir, 


s. 


:— :— I— 


• — • S| 1 



2 Still through the cloven skies they came 
With peaceful wings unfurled; 

And still their heavenly music floats 

O'er all the weary world; 
Above its sad and lowly plains 

They bend on hovering wing, 
And ever o'er its Babel-sounds, 

The blessed angels sing. 

3 Yet with the woes of sin and strife 
The world has suffered long; 

Beneath the angel-strain have rolled 
Two thousand years of wrong; 

And man, at war with man, hears not 
The love-song which they bring: 

Oh! hush the noise, ye men of strife, 
And hear the angels sing! 



4 And ye beneath life's crushing load 
Whose forms are bending low, 

Who toil along the climbing way 
With painful steps and slow, 

Look now! for glad and golden hours 
Come swiftly on the wing; 

Oh! rest beside the weary road, 
And hear the angels sing! 

5 For lo! the days are hast'ning on 
By prophet-bards foretold, 

When with the ever-circling years 
Comes round the age of gold; 

When peace shall over all the earth 
Its ancient splendors fling, 

And all the world give back the song 
Which now the angels sing. 

Edmund H. Sears, 1849. 



l 59 



KeyC. 



. s 
In 

To 

: s 
:d 



d 1 .,d' : d 1 

n .,n : pi 

us a Child 

s .,s : s 

d .,d :d 



^he TTLcdxx>i{y}. 



Zerah. c. M. 



:d 

of 

:s 

Id .pi 



r .,s : s 

t| ,,r :r 

hope is born, 

s .,t :t 

s .,s : s 



Is 

In 

To 

Id' 
Id .pi 



•_ 


.n If 


.r 


I- 


.d Ir 


• ti 




a Son 


is 


I- 


.s 'Is 


.8 


I- 


.s Is 


.s. 



Lowell Mason, 1837. 



PI 

d 

given ; 

s 

d 



. s 

:n 

Him 
d 1 
Id 



1 .,1 Id 1 
f .,f II 

shall the tribes 
d' .,d' I d 1 
f .,f If 



1 
:f 

of 

Id 1 

A 



s .,d' I d 1 


Is 


1 


I- 


.1 Id'.l 


s I- .d 


pi .,pi I pi 


Ipi 


f 


I- 


.f 11 .f 


pi I- .d 


earth - bey, 


Him 


all 




the hosts of 


heaven, Him 


d 1 .,s I s 


Id 1 


d> 


I- 


.d' Id' .d' 


d 1 I- .d 


d .,d Id 


Id 


f 


• 


.1 If A 


d I- .d 



Ipi .8 


d 1 


In .8 


d 1 


shall the 


tribes 


In .8 


d 1 


In .8 


d 1 



'■i 


Id'.r' 


S 


IS .8 


of 


earth - 


s 


Is .t 


s 


In .s 



.pi 1 In 1 .n 1 

.1 II .8 

Him all the 
.de'Ide'.de 
.1 II .1 



V 
f 

hosts 

r' 

r 



It 
If 

of 

Ir' 
Is 



d' I— 

n I— 
heaven. 
d 1 I— 
d I— 



2 His name shall be the Priuce of Peace, 
For evermore adored; 

The Wonderful, the Counselor, 
The great and mighty Lord. 

3 His power, increasing, still shall spread; 
His reign no end shall know: 

Justice shall guard His throne above, 
And peace abound below. 

John Morrison, 1781, ab. 
l60 

Let Israel, to the Prince of Peace, 

The loud hosanna sing; 
With alleluias and with hymns, 

O Zion, hail thy King. 

2 Renewed, the earth a robe of light, 

A robe of beauty, wears; 
And, in new heavens, a brighter Sun 

Leads on the promised years. 

Michael Bruce, 1781, ab. 



l6l 



From the faint day-spring's eastern goal, 

Far as the utmost west, 
Come, sing we Christ, the Saviour, born 

Of virgin mother blest: 

2 The Father of the age to come, 
In servant's form arrayed, 

That, man, He might for man atone, 
Aud ransom whom He made. 

3 A Shepherd, to the shepherd's fold 
The Lord of all is showed; 

Celestial choristers rejoice, 
And angels sing to God. 

4 Now glory, Jesus, be to Thee, 
Whom purest virgin bore, 

With Father, and with Holy Ghost, 
Henceforth for evermore 1 

Tr. Richard Mant, 1837, ab. 



'XShe TSXcttivii}). 



162 Yorkshire. 10s. 



1 


Key D. 
d :d.r 


pi :- 


.1 


s .pi : f .s 


1 :— 


s :i.t 


d'.r'lPi'.r 1 


d 1 :t 


1 


d Id.t, 


d :- 


.t. 


d.d:t,.d 


d :— 


d :d.f 


S .f iPl.f 


pi :r 


{ 


Christians, a- 


wake, 


sa- 


lute the happy 


morn, 


Whereon the 


Saviourofma 


nkind was 


J 


pi In. a 


s :- 


.s 


s .sis .s 


f :— 


s : f .s 


d'.tld'.l 


s :s 


\ 


d :d.s, 


d :- 


.r 


n .i'.r .pi 


f :— 


n : f .r 


pi .s :d.f 


s :si 



John Wainwright, 1764. 



d 1 

pi 

born; 

s 

d 



d 1 : n'.s 


1 :- .s 


1 .t:d'.r' 


t :— 


t :d'.t 


1 .se: 1 .t 


d 1 :t 


pi :s.d 


d :- .d 


f .t'.n.t 


r :— 


s In. pi 


pi .nld.f 


pi Ipi.r 


Rise to a- 


dore the 


mystery of 


love, 


Whichhostsof angels chanted from a - 


s :s.s 


f :- .s 


f .f :s.i 


s :— 


r 1 1 1 .se 


i.t:i.i 


1 :se 


d Id. pi 


f :- ji 


r .r : d .f 1 


s, :— 


s, :i,.t. 


d .pi : t .r 


pi :pi 



1 

d 

hove; 

1 

1, 



!i :s.f 
d :r.t, 
With them the 

pi :s.s 
i, :t,.s. 



pi .d 

d :d 

joy - ful 

s Is 

d In 



i .pi : r .d 

t|.d:s,.i, 

tidings first be 
s .si s .fe 
r.d:t,.I, 



s :- ,s 

t, :- .d 

■gun Of 



.- .S 

:- .pi 



1 :t 
d ':f 

God In 

f :i 
f :r 



d'.r'In'.r 
d.f Iri.f 

carnateandth 

s.t:d'.i 

pi .r : d.f 



d 1 :t 

n '. r 

eVir-gin's 



.Si 



d> 

n 

Son. 



2 With burst of music the celestial choir 
In hymns of joy, unknown before, conspire : 
The praises of redeeming love they sang, 
And heaven's whole arch with alleluias rang: 
God's highest glory, was their anthem still, 
Peace upon earth, and unto men good-will. 

3 Oh may we keep and ponder in our mind, 
God's wondrous love in saving lost mankind, 
Trace we the Babe, who hath retrieved our loss, 
From His poor manager to His bitter Cross; 
Treading His steps, assisted by His grace, 

Till man's first heavenly state again takes place. 

4 Then may we hope, th' angelic thrones among, 
To sing, redeem'd, a glad triumphal song; 

He, that was born upon this joyful day, 
Around us all His glory shall display; 
Saved by His love, incessant we shall sing 
Eternal praise to heaven's Almighty King. 

John Byrom, 1761. 



®Kc QTlafixuig. 



163 Herald Angels. 7s. 

Key G. Spirito. 



Felix Mendelssohn, 1840. 



s, :d id :-.t, 


d In | pi Ir 


s Is |s I-.f 


n Ir |n I— 


S| :si s, :-.S| 


s, Id |d It, 


d It, |t, Ir 


d It, |d I— 


Hark! the her - aid 


an - gels sing; 


" 6I0 - ry to the] 


new - born King ! 


n In |n I- .r 


d Is | s I— 


s Is 1 11 


S If | PI I— 


d :d |d Is, 


n. Id, |s, I— 


n, In, |f. If, 


s, Is, |d, I— 


s, :d |d :-.t. 


d In | pi Ir 


s Ir |r I-.t| 


t. :ii Is, :— 


s ( :s, s, :-.s, 


s. Id |d :— 


t, 11, It, I-.s, 


s, I f e , |S| I— 


Peace on earth, and 


mer - cy mild ; 


God and sin - ners 


rec - on ■ ciled." 


n In |m I- .r 


d Is |1 I— 


s 11 |r I- .r 


n Id |t| I— 


d Id |d Is, 


1, Is, |fe, I- .r. 


n, Ife, |s, It 2 


d, Ir, |s, I— 


s Is Is Id 
s. Is, |S| Id 


f In | pi Ir 

r Id |d~ It, 


s Is |s Id 
s, Is, |S| Id 


f In |n Ir 
r Id |d ft, 


Joy - ful, all ye 


na - tions, rise ; 


Join the tri - umph 


of the skies ; 


s Is | s Is 


s Is 1 s I— 


s Is |s Is 


s Is | S I— 


s Is |s In 


t, Id |s, I— 


s Is |s In 


t, Id |s, I— 


1 11 |1 Is 


f In |f I- 


r In .f |s I-.d 


d Ir | pi I— 


f If |f In 


r Ide |r J— 


t, It, - |d I-.s, 


s. It, |d :— 


With th'an-gel - ic 


hosts pro - claim, 


"Christ is born in 


Beth - le - hem," 


1 11 |1 11 


1 Is |f I— 


s Is s I- .n 


n Is |n I— 


f> :*. I*. :fi 


fi :ii Ir I- 


f If |n Id 


s. Is, |d| I— 


1 I-.l |1 Is 


f In |f I— 


r In .f |s I-.d 


d Ir |d I— 


f If |f In 


r Ide |r I— 


s, It, |d I-.s, 


s, It, |s, I— 


Hark! the her - aid 


an - gels sing, 


" 6I0 - ry to the 


new - born King ! " 


1 11 |1 Is 


f In |f :— 


s Is |s I- .n 


n If |n I— 


f If |f In 


r I de | r Id 


t, If |n Id 


s, Is, |d I— 


2 Hail, the heaven- 
Hail, the Sun of Ri 
Light and life to all 
Risen with healing i 


born Prince of Peac< 
ghteousness! 
He brings, 
n His wings. 


i\ Let us then v 

" Glory to th 

Peace on ear 

God and sinn 

Hark! i 


dth angels sing, 
e new-born King! 
th, and mercy mild; 
srs reconciled ! " ' 
fee. 

Charles Wesley, 1739 



"©he ^flaiiipUg. 



LL>4 


SL 


JL 


,aura. 


IIS 


& I OS. 










\Y 


A.] 


Barrett, 


1850. 


KeyF. 
















s is 


:s.f 


pi *. r : 


- .r 


d Ir In 


f .,s I n 


I— 




1 I- .1 


Is \ 


n In 


ir 


d :t, : 


- .t, 


d It, Id 


r~~Id 


I— 




d I- .r 


In / 


Brightest 


aud 


best of 


the 


sons of the 


morning, 






Dawn on 


our ) 


s :s 


:i 


s Is . 


- .S 


s Is Is 


s Is 


I— 




1 I-.t 


Id 1 [ 


d :d 


:i. 


s, :s 


- .f 


n I r Id 


t, Id 


• 




f I-.f 


In / 


f :n 


:- .pi 


r In I 


- .r 


r I— I— 


s I-.l 


Is 




fe Ir 


In \ 


t, :d 


:- .d 


d Id I 


- .d 


ti I— I— 


d Id 


Id 




d Id 


Id / 


dark-ness, 


and 


lend us Thine 


aid; 


Star of 


the 




East, the 


ho- ) 


s :s 


1- .s 


1 11 I 


- .1 


s I— I— 


s Is 


Is 




1 Ife 


I s \ 


r :d 


:- .d 


f If, I 


fe. 


s, I- If 


n In 


In 




r Ir 


Ir / 


i :s : 


-.f 


pi 


Id Ir 


na I-.rld 


n I- .1 


Id 


s 


Ir 


I- .n 


d I— 


4 


d :t, : 


ti 


d 


I— Is, 


d I- .d I d 


d I-.i 


,:d 


d 


Id 


It, 


d I— 


I— 


ri - zon 


a - 


do 


rn - ing, 


Guide where our 


in - fant Re - 


deemer 


is 


laid. 




1 is : 


S 


a 


I PI Is 


fe I .telle 


S I-.J 


In 


n 


11 


If 


n I— 


I— 


r Ir : 


r 


d 


~!^ it, 


li : 


.i.:ii 


s, I- .s 


,: 1 , 


n. 


:f. 


Is 




d I— 


I— 



2 Cold on His cradle the dew-drops are shining, 
Low lies His head with the beasts of the stall; 

Angels adore Him, in slumber reclining, 
Maker, and Monarch, and Saviour of all. 

3 Say, shall we yield Him, in costly devotion, 
Odors of Edom, and offerings divine? 

Gems from the mountain, and pearls from the ocean, 
Myrrh from the forest, or gold from the mine ? 

4 Vainly we offer each ample oblation, 
Vainly with gold would His favor secure: 

Richer, by far, is the heart's adoration; 
Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor. 



5 Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, 
Dawn on our darkness, and lend us Thine aid! 

Star of the East, the horizon adorning, 
Guide where our infant Redeemer is laid. 

Reginald Heber , 181 1. 



iSHe TTtctiixuig. 



l6^ Arthur's Seat. h. m. 



KEY C. 



.8 

Is 

Hark! 

:s 



d 1 :- .d 1 it :i 

d 1 :- .d 1 |t :i 

hark ! — the notes of 

d 1 :- .d 1 it :i 

d' :- .d 1 it :i 



Arr. fr. Sir John Goss. 



s 
s 


• 


l- :i .t 

1- :i 


d' 
s 


Ir' 
Is 


Is 


I r' .d' 
Is 


joy 




Eoll 


o'er 


the 


heav'n 


- ly 


s 


:— 


|- Id' 


d> 


It 


Id' 


Id 1 


s 


: — 


1- :i 


pi 


Is 


|d' 


In 



r 1 I— 

s I— 


1- 

1- 

1- 
1- 


Is 
Is 
And 
It 

Is 


n' 
s 

ser 

d 1 

d 


I- .r' |d' 

I- .s |s 
aphs find 

I- .t |d' 
I- .r |n 


It 

Is 

em - 
Id' 

In 


I It 
f I— 


Id' 

Is 


In' 
Is 


plains, 
t I— 


ploy 
d 1 I r' 


Id' 


For 
Id 1 


S I— 


f I— 


m 


Id 



r' I- .r' |n' 


Ir' 


s I— |— Is 


1 


I-.l 11 11 


t 


I-.t |t It 


s I- .s |fe 


Ife 


s I— |— Ir 


n I- .n |n In 


f 


I-.f |f If 


their sub-lini 


- est 


strains; Some 


new de-light in 


heav 


'n is known ; Loud 


t I-.t |d' 


Id' 


t I- |- It 


d' I-.d'ld' Id' 


r 1 


I-.r'lr' Ir' 


r I- .r |r 


Ir 


5 I— 1— IS 


s I- .s |s Is 


s 


I-.s |s Ise ' 


d 1 I— |de' 


. 


r' In' |f« Ir' 


/ 

d' I- |t I- 




d' I- |- 


n :— 1 1 


I— 


1 I- |- It 


n I — |r I- 




n :- 1- 


ring the 




harps a - 


round the 




throne. 


d' I— |n' 


I—. 


r 1 Ide' |r' 11 


s I— ]s 




s I- 1- 


I I- |s 


• 


t In |r If 




S I— |S, I- 




d I- 1- 



2 Hark! hark! — the sounds draw nigh, 

The joyful hosts descend; 
Jesus forsakes the sky, 

To earth His footsteps bend; 
He comes to bless our fallen race; 
He conies with messages of grace. 



3 Strike — strike the harps again, 
To great Immanuel's name; 

Arise, ye sons of men! 

And all His grace proclaim; 

Angels and men! wake every string, 

'Tis God the Saviour's praise we sing. 

Andrew Reed. 1818. 



^Kc ISiciiivit}). 



I 


66 


Christmas. 


C 


. M. 










G. F. 


Handel, 


1728. 


Key D. 
(In .,f 

\:d 


Allegro. 

s Id 1 

d :n 




It 

|r 


11 

Ir 




S 

n 




Id .,r 
Id .,t, 


|n 

Id 


| 


(Calm 


on 


the 




11st 


- - 'ning 


ear 


of 


night, 


> 


1 * S 


S 


:s 




Is 


11 


.t 


d> 




Is 


Is 


\ 


\Id .,r 


n 


Id 




Is 


If 




n 




m .,r 


Id 




/:n .,f 
\:d 


s 
d 

heav 


Is 

In 
'n's me - 




Is 
Id 
lo ■ 


If .,n 
■ - - dious 


n 





Ir 
"Tti 




1 
1 


) 


< Come 


strains, 




I 


/ * S 


s 


Id 1 




Is 


11 




s 




I— 


1 




'id .,r 


n 


Id 




In 


If 




s 




• 


1 


1 


/ : t .,tf 


r' 
r 


Is 

In 


If 

Id 




If 

It, 


f 

r 




In 


.r |n 




Id' 
Id 


— \ 


\" r 


:d~ 


Id 


) 


< Where 


wild 


Ju - - 


de 


- - 


a 


stretch 


- es 


far 


Her 


\ 


j'.S 


S 


In 
Id 


11 

Ir 




Is 

Is, 


S 

d 




Is 
Id 


.f |s 

Id 


In 
Id - 


ill \ 




1 Is |f 

d :d |d 


In 
Id 


1 

d - 


Is 


1 
1 


Ir' 
Ir 


s Id 1 

s In 


m 

Id 


Ir 

:t. 


d 
d 


I— 


- 
- 




sil - ver - man 


- tied 


plai 


ns, 




Her 


sil - ver - 


man 


-tied 


plains. 






f In |l 
d :d |d 


Is 
Id 


f 


In 


1 
1 


11 .t 
If - 


i 1 Is 
T Id 




Is 
Is 


If 

Is, 


n 
d 


• 


- 
- 




&~ 


I— 



2 Celestial choirs, from courts above, 
Shed sacred glories there, 

And angels, with their sparkling lyres, 
Make music ou the air. 

3 The answering hills of Palestine 
Send back the glad reply; 

And greet, from all their holy heights, 
The day-spring from on high. 



4 O'er the blue depths of Galilee 
There comes a holier calm, 

And Sharon waves, in solemn praise, 
Her silent groves of palm. 

5 "Glory to God!" the sounding skies 
Loud with their anthems ring, — 

"Peace to the earth, good-will to men, 
From heaven's eternal King ! " 

Edmund H. Sears, 1834. 



c ®hc ISTaiimig. 



u / 


DCl 


niej 


iem. 


L. M. 






Old English Carol 


Key C. 


















:s 


d' Id' 


It 


11 


s I-.l s Is 


f^Ir' 


Id' 


It 


d' 


; — | — 


: s 


pi 11 


Is 


if 


n I- . f | pi Is 


f 11 


Is 


Is 


s 


I— |— 


While 


shep - herds watched their 


flocks by night, All 


seat - ed 


on 


the 


ground, 


Is 


d 1 Id 1 


Id 1 


Id' 


d' :-.d'|d' Id' 


d' I f 


|n' 


Ir' 


n 1 


'■— 1 — 


Is 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


d I-.d |d In 


f Ir 


Is 


Is 


d 


» — 1 — 


'. s 


d' Id' 


It 


11 


s I-.l |s In' 


r' Id' 


It 


11 


s 




Is 


ni Is 


Is 


If 


n I-.f |n In.fe 


s 11 


Is 


Ife 


s 


:— |— 


The 


an - gel 


of 


the 


Lord came down And 


glo - ry 


shone 


a - 


round 




is 


d 1 Id 1 


Id' 


Id' 


d' I-.d 1 |d' Is.l 


t In 1 


|r' 


Id' 


t 


'<— 1— 


is 


d I pi 


I! 


11 


d' I-.d |d Id - 


t, Id 


Ir 


Ir 


s 


• — 1 — 


Is 


t iT* 

r It, 


'id' 

Id 


Is 
I s 


r' Is |n' Id' 
f If | pi In 


f In 1 
f Is 


|r'~~ 
H 


Td' 
11 


d 1 


— It 


:t, 


s 


— 1— 


"Fear 


not," said 


he, 


for 


might -y dread Had 


seized their troub 


- led 


mind; 




: s 


s Is 

f If 


Is 
In 


Id' 

In 


t It |d' Id' 
r Ir |d Ita 


d' Id' 
1 Is 


H 
It 


Ir' 
Ife 


n' 


:- |r' 


Is 


s 


— 1 — 


I s 


/ 

d' Id' 


It 


11 


s I- . 1 | s Is 


T Ir 1 


Id- 


It 


d' 




If 


n 11 


Is 


If 


pi I-.f |n Is 


f U 


Is 


If 


n 


— 1— 


" Glad 


tid - ings 


of 


great 


joy I bring, To 


yon and 


all 


man - 


kind.' 




It 


d 1 Id' 


Id' 


Id' 


d 1 I-.d' |d' Id' 


d 1 If 


|n" 


Ir' 


d' : 


— 1 — 


Is 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


d I-.d |d In 


f Ir 


Is 


Is 


d : 


— 1 — 



2 "To you, in David's town, this day, 

Is born of David's line, 
The Saviour, who is Christ, the Lord; — 

And this shall be the sign; 
The heavenly Babe you there shall find, 

To human view displayed, 
All humbly wrapped in swaddling bands, 

And in a manger laid. 



3 Thus spake the seraph; and forthwith 

Appeared a shining throng 
Of angels, praising God, and thus 

Addressed their joyful song: 
"All glory be to God on high, 

And to the earth be peace; 
Good-will henceforth from heaven to men 

Begin, and never cease ! " 

Nahuvi Tate, 1703. 



^Ke HTt(xtix>xti). 



1 68 Adeste Fideles. p. 



Marco Antonio Portogallo, ab. 1795. 



Ki 


SY A. 




















d 


d :— 


Is, 


:d 


r :— 


Is, :- 


n Ir |n 


:f 


n :— 


|r 


:d 


n, 


m, :— 


|n. 


is. 


s, :— 


Is, :- 


S| I S| | S| 


:ii 


s, :— 


Is, 


In, 





come, 


all 


ye 


faith - 


ful, 


Joy -ful -ly 


tri- 


umph - 


ant, 


To 


S| 


s, :— 


Id 


:d 


t. :- 


it, :- 


d :r |d 


:d 


d :— 


It, 


:d 


d, 


d, :- 


Id, 


m. 


s, :— 


is, :- 


d It, |d 


:«i 


s, :— 


Is, 


Mi 



d :-|t, :i, 


t| Id |r In 


t.I-H, I- 


s,:-i-:- 


s I— |i :n 


i :— |n 


f e, I — |fe,Iie, 


s, Is, |s, Is, 


s, I— lie,:— 


s, : — 1 — : — 


s,:-|i, :i, 


lilti Id 


Beth - le-hem 


hasten nowwith 


glad ac - 


cord; 


Lo ! in a 


man - ger 


d :— |r Ir 


r Ir |s Is 


r :— |— Id 


t,:-i-:- 


d I— |d Id 


f I- |s 


1,:— |r, Ir, 


s, 11, It, Id 


r I— |r, I— 


»,:-!-:- 


pi, I— |1, 11, 


r, :— Id, 



r :n |d :r 


t. 


:-.i,|s, :d 


d :t, |d Ir 

s. Is, |S, IS| 
come, let us a - 


d I— |S| In 
s, I— |s, Is, 
dore Him, O 


n Ir |n It 


t, It, |1, 11, 


S| 


:-.iflils, :s. 


S, IS, |S| Il| 


Sits the King of 


an 


- gels; 


come,let us a 


s :n |n :r 


r 


:-.d it, : m 


n Ir n li 

: 1 : 


n I— |n Id 
: 1 Id, 


d It, |d Id 


s, : se, 1, : ie, 


s. 


:- Is, : 


s, Is, |d li, 


n I— |r In 


i 


:n |r :d 


t, :- id :i 


n I— |r I— 


i I- |- 


s. Id |t, Is, 

dore Him, O 


ti is, 11, :i, 

come, let us a - 


s, li, |n, 11, 

dore Him, 


s, I— |s, :i, 
Christ the 


n, I— 1 — 

Lord. 


d I-.n s Is 


t. 


:d |i :n 


r I- |d I— 


d :i, it, :- 


d I- |- 


s, I— |s, :d, 


r. 


:n, |i, :ie, 


S| I- H. It, 




s, I— |s, I- 




d, I- 1- 



2 Though true God of true God, 
Light of Light eternal, 
Our lowly nature He hath not abhorr'd: 
Son of the Father, 
Not made, but begotten: 
come, &e. 



3 Raise, raise, choirs of angels! 
Songs of loudest triumph, 
Through heaven's high arches be your praises 
Now to our God be [poured; 

Glory in the highest; 
O come, &c 

Tr. hy W. Mercer. 



169 Zephyr. 



iSHe QJlttiixuig, 



L. M. 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1843. 



Key C. 



s Is .s 


1 Id'.l 


s In 


r I— 


f I pi .r 


n .si- .f 


n 


Ir 


n I— \ 


pi I pi .pi 


f :FTf 


n Id 


ti :- 


r Id.t, 


d .n I- .r 


d 


:t, 


d I— ) 


When Jordan 


hushed his 


wa - ters 


still, 


And silence 


slept on 


Zi - 


on's 


hill; > 


d 1 : d'.d' 


d 1 Id 1 


d'.s Is 


s I— 


s Is.s 


s I- .1 


s 


Is 


s I— \ 


d :d.d 


d Id 


d In 


s I— 


S, I S|.S, 


d I- .f 


s 


Is, 


d I— 1 


s : d'.s 


1 :- .1 


r 1 Id 1 


t I— 


S Il.t 


d' In' 


r' 


Id'.t 


d' I— 


pi :pi.pi 


f :- .fe 


fe 11 


s I— 


s If .f 


n Is 


f 


In.r 


n I— 


WhenBethl'h 


em's shepherd 


sthro the 


night Wat oh'd o'er their 


flocks by 


star 


- n 


light; 


d 1 : s .d 1 


d 1 :- .r' 


r' Ir' 


r 1 I- 


d' I d'.s 


s Id' 


1 


Is 


s I— 


d :d.d 


f :- .r 


r Ife 


s I— 


pi I f .r 


d Id 


f 


Is 


d I— 



2 Hark! from the midnight hills around 
A voice of more than mortal sound 

In distant hallelujahs stole, 

Wild murmuring o'er the raptured soul. 

3 On wheels of light, on wings of flame, 
The glorious hosts of Zion came; 

High heaven with songs of triumph rung, 
While thus they struck their harps, and sung: 



4 "0 Zion, lift thy raptured eye; 
The long-expected hour is nigh; 
Renewed, creation smiles again, 
The Prince of Salem comes to reign. 

5 " He comes to cheer the trembling heart, 
Bid Satan and his host depart; 

Again the Day-star gilds the gloom, 
Again the bowers of Edeu bloom." 

Thomas Campbell, 1794. 



170 




Inc; 


\rr\c 


ition 


. L. M. 










Martin Luther, 1523. 


KeyD. 






















/Id' 


t 


:i 


It 


Is 


1 It |d' 


Id' 


d' 


Is 


Is 


In.f 


s If |n > 


\ In 


r 


Ir 


Ir 


Is 


f If |n 


In 


d 


Ir 


In 


Id 


d Ir |t, 


(Good 


news from 


heaven the 


an - gels bring, 


Glad 


tid 


- ings 


to 


the 


earth they sing: ) 


/ : s 


s 


Ife 


Is 


Id' 


d' Ir' |s 


Is 


1 


Is 


Is 


11 


s 11 1 se \ 


lid 


S| 


Ir 


Is 


In 


f .pi Ir d 


Id 


1. 


:t, 


Id 


11 


n Ir |n ' 


/ * n 


1 


11 


Is 


It 


d 1 11 |s 


Id' 


t 


:i 


Is 


11 


f .nlr |d 


lid 


d 


Ir 


Ir 


In 


n Ir.d|t, 


Id 


n 


Id.r 


In 


Id 


i7~:t, id 


I To 


us 


this 


day 


a 


Child is given, 


To 


crown us 


with 


the 


joy of heav'n. 


ill 


n 


Ife 


Is 


Is 


s Ife |s 


In 


s 


11 .t 


|d' 


In 


f If |n 


' :ii 


li 


:ii 


It, 


In 


d Ir |s, 


:ii 


n 


If 


Id 


:ii 


r Is, |d 



2 This is the Christ, our God and Lord, 
Who in all need shall aid afford: 
He will Himself our Saviour be, 
From sin and sorrow set us free. 



3 To us that blessedness He brings, 
Which from the Father's bounty springs: 
That in the heavenly realm we may 
With Him enjoy eternal day. 



"®he ^2r£ctiixnt|). 



4 Were earth a thousand times as fair, 
Beset with gold and jewels rare, 
She yet were far too poor to be 
A narrow cradle, Lord, for Thee. 



5 Ah, dearest Jesus, Holy child, 
Make Thee a bed, soft, undented, 
Within my heart, that it may be 
A quiet chamber kept for Thee. 

Martin Luther ,1535. Tr. Arthur T. Russell, 1848, ab. 



171 Hymn to Joy. 8s & 7s. 



L. van Beethoven, 1824. 



Key A. 



pi in 


If 


Is 


s If 


|n 


Ir 


d Id |r 


In 


n I-.r |r I — -, 


S| Is, 


Is, 


is, 


s, Is, 


Is, 


:s,.f| 


n. Is, |s, 


Is, 


s, :-.s,|s, :— ) 


Hark ! whal 


meau those 


ho - ly 


voic 


- es, 


Sweetly war ■ 


bling 


in the skies? ) 


d :d 


|r 


In 


n Ir 


|d 


:t, 


d Id |t. 


Id 


d I-.t, |t, I— I 


d :d 


Id 


Id 


s. Is, 


Is, 


I S| 


li :n, |r, 


:d, 


s, :-.s,|s, 1— / 


n In 


\i 


I s 


s If 


In 


Ir 


d Id |r 


In 


r I-.d |d I— v 


S| !S| 


111 


lia. 


ta, 11, 


H, 


:ii 


S| In, |S| 


I s. 


fi I- .n, | rii I— ) 


Sure th'an 


-gel 


- ic 


host re 


- joic 


- es — 


Loudest hal 


- le - 


lu - jahs rise. > 


d :s 


If 


In 


PI If 


Is 


If 


n Id |t| 


Id 


t, I-.d |d I- \ 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


d, Ir, 


|n, 


:ii 


s, li, |s, 


Id 


s, I-.d, |d, I— / 


r :r 


m 


Id 


r In . 


f |n 


Id 


r In .f |n 


Ir 


d Ir |S| : — v 


s, :s. 


Is, 


Id 


ti :s, 


Is, 


Is, 


s. Is, |t, 


Ise, 


li.S|Ife, |S| I— ) 


Lis - ten 


to 


the 


wondrous sto 


- ry, 


Which they chant in 


hymns of joy; — > 


t, :t, 


Id 


In 


s Ir 


Id 


Id 


t, Id .r |n 


In 


n Ir .d |t| I — \ 


£| l&\ 


Is, 


Is, 


s, :t 2 


Id, 


'.V\\ 


s, Is, |se, 


In, 


1, Ir, |s, I— / 


n In 


7T 


I s 


s If 


|n 


Ir 


/ 

d Id |r 


In 


r I-.d |d I— 


s, :s, 


11. 


Ita, 


ta, 11, 


Is, 


:ii 


s, In, | s, 


Is, 


t, I-.d |d I- 


"Glo-ry 


in 


the 


high-est 


, glo 


- r y; 


Glo - ry be 


to 


God most high ! " 


d :s 


If 


In 


PI If 


Is 


If 


n Id |f 


In 


f I-.n |n I— 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


d, Id,. 


r,|n, 


:f, 


s, 11, It, 


Id 


s, I-.d, |d, I— 



2 " Peace on earth, good-will from heaven, 

Reaching far as man is found; 
Souls redeemed, and sins forgiven; — 

Loud our golden harps shall sound. 
Christ is born, the great Anointed; 

Heaven and earth His glory sing: 
Glad, receive whom God appointed, 

For you Prophet, Priest, and King. 



3 "Hasten, mortals! to adore Him; 

Learn His name, and taste His joy ; 
Till in heaven you sing before Him, — 

Glory be to God most high!" 
Let us learn the wondrous story 

Of our great Redeemer's birth, 
Spread the brightness of His glory, 

Till it cover all the earth. 

John Catuood, 1819. 



^He ISictixxfxiyy. 



172 

Come, Thou long-expected Jesus! 

Born to set Thy people free; 
From our fears and sins release us, 

Let us find our rest in Thee. 
Israel's Strength and Consolation, 

Hope of all the earth Thou art; 
Dear Desire of every nation, 

Joy of every longing heart. 

173 Lux Mundi. 8s 7s & 4. 



2 Born, Thy people to deliver; 

Born a Child, and yet a King; 
Born to reign in us for ever, 

J^ow Thy gracious kingdom bring. 
By Thine own eternal Spirit, 

Rule in all our hearts alone: 
By Thine all-sufficient merit, 

Raise us to Thy glorious throne. 

Charles Wesley, 1744. 



Robert Lowky, 1881. 



Key C. 



s : 


—Is 


n:- 


—'.n 


Ad - 


gels, 


d«: 


-:d> 


a : 





pi 1 :— :— 1 

s:-:-i 

from 

d>:-:-i 
d:-:-i 



:r'|d':— :i 

:se|i :— :f 

the realms of 

:d'|d':— :d' 
: n 1 f :— : f 



s.- 

Pll- 

glo 

d 1 :- 
d:- 



\n 
|d 

ry. 

-Is 
Id 



■|n ". f *. s 
I d '.rln 

Wing your 



1:— : 
f :— : 

flight 



-. r I r .n 

-:tiitjTi 

o'er all 






i 
r 

the/ 



pi :-:-|—: 
d :-:-|-: 

earth ; 



r 1 :— 
r : — 

claim 

t :— 

s :— 



Is :d< 


: n' 


In :- 


Is 


come 


and 


|d-:- 


' s 


|d :- 


:a 



r' :— 
f :— 



-is :- 
-in :- 

Te 
-1*5— 

-Id :- 
:t |i_ 

Ir |r 

Mes-si 
:s|le 
Is |r 

-Id' :- 



s 

i'i 
who 

d> 



|n :- 

wor ship, 

t :— :— |d< :- 



:- :-|d :- :-|f 

Copyright, 1881, by Biglow & Main. 



IT .- 

s :- 

sang 

d 1 :- 
d :- 



:r'|d' :— :i 
:se|i :— :f 

ere - a - tion's 

id 1 id 1 :— :d> 
: n I f :— : f 



|n :- 

m:- 

ry, 
Is :- 

id :- 



.— |r .s 

i-ltTi 1 - 

Now 

:-|s :- 
:— is :- 



r 

pro- 



S .- 

t,:- 

birth: 



1 - 1 

— :d 

ah's 
-lie 

— Ir 



| d':t :i 

1 :s :f 

Wor - ship 

-Id 1 :— : d> 



PI 


:f 


In 


d 


Ir 


Come 


and 


s 


:— 


.'d' 


d 


:— 


:a 



1 :— :— 



wor 
d> !- 



S . 

In : 

ship, 

id' : 



f :— :— 1 d :— 



l 



s Id 1 :n'|r' :- 

n :— : s |f :- 

Christ, the new 

d':s :d'|t :- 
d~^:d|s :- 



It :- 

If :- 

born 

■|r> :- 
Is, :- 



2 Shepherds! in the fields abiding, 
Watching o'er your flocks by night, 

God with man is now residing; 
Yonder shines the infant light; 

Come, and worship, — 
Worship Christ, the new-born King. 



3 Sages! leave your contemplations; — 
Brighter visions beam afar; 

Seek the great Desire of nations; 
Ye have seen His natal star: 

Come, and worship — 
Worship Christ, the new-born King, 



^©he UTtctirxHig. 



4 Saints! before the altar bending, 

Watching long in hope and fear, — 
Suddenly the Lord, descending, 



In His temple shall appear: 

Come, and worship — 
Worship Christ, the new-born King. 

James Montgomery, 1819. 



174 St 


Frances. 


C. 


M. 










G. A. Lohr, 


1866 


Key Eb. 


















/id 


f in 


|r Id 


s 


:f 


m 


In 


r Is 


11 


11 


S I— 


— 


\:d 


d :d 


It, :d 


r 


Ir 


Id 


:d 


r It, 


In 


Ir .d 


t, I— 


— 


< Lo! 


hills and 


mount-ains 


shall 


bra 


g forth 


The 


hap - py 


fruits 


"oT" 


peace, 




(In 


1 :s 


|f In 


s 


: s 


Is 


Is 


s Ir 


|n 


Ife 


s I— 


— 


' Id 


d :d 


Is, :i, 


t. 


it, 


Id 


Id 


t, Is, 


Id 


Ir 


s, I— 


— 


,1s 


d 1 In 


If :i 


s 


:i 


|n 


I ni 


f Ir 


Id 


It, 


d I— 


— 


V' 


d :ta, 


|ii :d 


t, 


Ir 


Id 


Ita, 


1, 11, 


Is, 


Is, 


s, I— 


|— 


, Whic 


h all the 


land shall 


own 


to 


be 


The 


work of 


right 


■ eons - 


ness; 




P 


PI I s 


If :f 


r 


Is 


Is 


Is 


f If 


In 


Ir 


PI I— 


|— 


l:t, 


d Id 


If, :f, 


s. 


:t, 


Id 


Id 


f, If, 


Is, 


Is, 


d I— 


1— 



2 While David's Son our needy race 
Shall rule with gentle sway; 

And from their humble neck shall take 
Oppressive yokes away. 

3 In every heart Thy awful fear 
Shall then be rooted fast, 

As long as sun and moon endure, 
Or time itself shall last. 

4 He shall descend like rain, that cheers 
The meadow's second birth; 

Or like warm showers, whose gentle drops 
Refresh the thirsty earth. 

5 In His blest days the just and good 
Shall spring up all around: 

The happy laud shall everywhere 
With endless peace abound. 

6 To Him shall every king on earth 
His humble homage pay; 

And differing nations gladly join 
To own His righteous sway. 

7 For He shall set the needy free, 
When they for succor cry; 

Shall save the helpless and the poor 
And all their wants supply. 



8 For Him shall constant prayer be made, 
Through all His prosperous days; 

His just dominion shall afford 
A lasting theme of praise. 

9 Let earth be with His glory filled, 
For ever bless His name; 

Whilst to His praise the listening world 
Their glad assent proclaim. 

Tate &> Brady, 1696. 



l 7S 



O Thou, who by a star didst guide 

The wise men on their way, 
Until it came and stood beside 

The place where Jesus lay; 

2 Although by stars Thou dost not lead 
Thy servants now below, 

Thy Holy Spirit, when they need, 
Will show them how to go. 

3 As yet we know Thee but in part: 
But still we trust Thy word, 

That blessed are the pure in heart, 
For they shall see the Lord. 

4 O Saviour, give us then Thy grace, 
To make us pure in heart, 

That we may see Thee face to face 
Hereafter, as Thou art, 

John M. Neale, 1850. 



^He QHTctiixuig. 



70 Dix. 7 


S. 










Conrad Kocher 


Key A. 
d :t,.d|r 


Id 


f II 


|n I- 


1. :t, 


Id 


:i. 


S| Is, Is, 


s, Is, |s, 


:s, 


ii :ii 


|s, I- 


f, Is, 


Is, 


:fi 


T| Ir, |pi, 


f As with glad 
I As with joy 
n : f .n [r 


- ness 
they 

In 


men of 
hailed its 
d Id 


old 

light, 
Id :- 


Did the 
Lead - ing 

d Ir 


guid 
on - 

Id 


- ing 
ward, 

Id 


star be - hold ; 
beam -ing bright; 

d It, |d 


d Ir7d|t, 


Id 


1, :f. 


Id, I- 


f. :U 


|n. 


:f. 


s, I s, |d, 


n Ir |d 


In 


s I- . 


f |n I— 


ii :t, 


Id 


if 


n I r jd 


s, :soi it. 


Id 


S| IS| 


Is, I- 


i. if. 


|n, 


:i. 


s, I-.f,|n, 


So, most gra ■ 
d In |n 


cious 
Id 


Lord, may 
r It, 


we 

Id :- 


Bv - er 
d Ir 


- more 
Id 


be 
Id 


led to Thee. 
d It, |d 


d :t, |i, 


Hi 


t, Is, 


Id :- 


fi :r, 


Hi 


Ifi 


S| I S, ;d. 



D. C. 



2 As with joyful steps they sped 
To that lowly raauger-bed; 
There to bend the knee before 
Him whom heaven and earth adore; 
So may we with willing feet 

Ever seek the mercy-seat. 

3 As they offered gifts most rare 
At that manger rude and bare 
So may we with holy joy, 

Pure and free from sin's alloy, 
All our costliest treasures bring, 
Christ! to Thee, our heavenly King. 

4 Holy Jesus! every day 
Keep us in the narrow way: 
And, when earthly things are past, 
Bring our ransomed souls at last 
Where they need no star to guide, 
Where no clouds Thy glory hide. 

5 In the heavenly country bright, 
Need they no created light: 
Thou its Light, its Joy, its Crown, 
Thou its Sun which goes not down; 
There for ever may we sing 
Alleluias to our King. 

William C. Dix, 1859. 



177 

Ring again, ye starry chime! 
'Tis the fullness of the time; 
Shadows of the ages fly, 
Love's bright banner fills the sky; 
Earth's new birthday tell abroad, 
Shout for joy, ye sons of God! 

2 Let the Tsrael of faith 
Gather now the spoils of death; — 
Joy, as when the reapers come 
Bearing high the harvest home. 
Broken is th' oppressor's rod, 
Burned the robes of war and blood. 

3 Unto us the Child is born, 
Unto us is given the Son; 

His shall throne and kingdom be, 

Heir of all Eternity. — 

Let Thy government increase 

Just and Wondrous Prince of Peace! 

4 Council! Father! Mighty God! 
Thou shalt ever be adored; 
Thou didst lay Thy glory down, 
Thou shalt wear the ages' crown! 
Let us all that glory see, 
Through Thy pure nativity. 

M. WoolseyStryker,\%&i 



©hrisf # ISIlmisirg. 



I78 Horsley. c. 



M. 



William Horsley, c. 1SS15. 



KEY E>. 



:d 


r In 


If 


:pi 


s I f .n |r '.a 


n Id 1 


It :i 


s :— 


:d 


t, :d 


Id 


Id 


d : d it, :s. 


d :d 


|r Ir.d 


ti :- 


What 


grace, 


Lord! 


and 


beau - ty shone A - 


round Thy 


steps be - 


low! 


In 


s :s 


If 


: s 


s 1 1 |r : r 


s :i 


|s lie 


s :— 


:d 


s, :d 


Hi 


:d 


n, :f, is, :t, 


d :i, 


|r :r 


s :— 



Ir.n 


f 


:f If 


In 


1 11 


|se 


Ise 


1 If 


|n Ir 


d 


:tT 


d 


Id |r 


In 


n Ir 


In 


In .r 


d Ir 


Id It, 


d 


What 


pa 


- tient love 


was 


seen in 


all 


Thy" 


life and 


death of 


woe! 


Is 


1 


If |s 


I s 


1 11 


It 


It 


1 11 


|s Is.i 


n 


is, 


f, 


Mi It, 


Id 


f If 


|n 


In 


f :fi 


|s, I s, 


d 



I- 



2 For, ever on Thy burdened heart 
A weight of sorrow hung; 

Yet no ungentle, murmuring word 
Escaped Thy silent tongue. 

3 Thy foes might hate, despise, revile, 
Thy friends unfaithful prove; 

Unwearied in forgiveness still, 
Thy heart could only love. 

4 Oh! give us hearts to love like Thee; 
Like Thee, O Lord! to grieve 

Far more for others' sins, than all 
The wrongs that we receive. 

Edward Denny, 1839. 



179 



A pilgrim through this lonely world, 
The blessed Saviour passed; 

A mourner all His life was He, 
A dying Lamb at last. 

2 That tender heart that felt for all, 
For all its life-blood gave; 

It found on earth no resting place, 
Save only in the grave. 



3 Such was our Lord; and shall we fear 
The cross with all its scorn ? 

Or love a faithless, evil world, 

That wreathed His brow with thorn ? 

4 No, facing all its frowns or smiles, 
Like Him, obedient still, 

We homeward press, thro storm or calm, 
To Zion's blessed hill. 

5 In tents we dwell amid the waste, 
Nor turn aside to roam 

In folly's paths; nor seek our rest, 
Where Jesus had no home. 

6 Dead to the world, with Him who died 
To win our hearts, our love, 

We, risen with our risen Head, 
In spirit dwell above. 

7 By faith, His boundless glories there 
Our wandering eyes behold; 

Those glories which eternal years 
Shall never all unfold. 

Edward fenny, 1839. 



i8o 



©Krisf^ TMirti^iv^, 



Thine arm, Lord, in days of old 
Was strong to heal and save: 

It triumphed o'er disease and death, 
O'er darkness and the grave. 

2 To Thee they went, the blind, the dumb, 
The palsied and the lame, 

The leper with his tainted life, 
The sick with fevered frame. 

3 And lo ! Thy touch brought life and health, 
Gave speech, and strength, and sight; 

And youth renewed and frenzy calmed 
Owned Thee, the Lord of Light: 

4 And now, O Lord, be near to bless, 
Almighty as of yore, 

In crowded street, by restless couch, 
As by Gennesareth's shore. 

5 Be Thou our great Deliverer still, 
Thou Lord of life and death; 

Restore and quicken, soothe and bless 
With Thine almighty breath. 



6 To hands that work and eyes that see 

Give wisdom's heavenly lore, 
That whole and sick, and weak and strong 

May praise Thee evermore. 

Edward H. Plumptre, 1865. 



l8l 



182 Gratitude. 

Key Et>. 
Is 

\:a 

My 
/In 



L. M. 



s Id 1 In 


n Is In 


r If It, 


d :- 


Is 


s Id 1 In 


n Is In 


r If It, 


d In Id 


d I— Id 


t,:-:s, 


s, I— 


Id 


d In Id 


d I— Id 


t| Ir Is, 


dear Re - 
n Is Is 

d~7^:d 


deem - er, 
s In Is 

(TT^id 


and my 
s Ir If 
S| I— Is, 


Lord! 
n I— 
d I— 


I 
In 
Id 


read my 
n Is Is 
dT^Id 


du - ty 
s In Is 
dT^Id 


in Thy 
s Ir If 
S| I— Is, 



Thou art the Way: to Thee alone 

From sin and death we flee; 
And he who would the Father seek, 

Must seek Him, Lord, by Thee. 

2 Thou art the Truth: Thy word alone 
True wisdom canMmpart; 

Thou only canst inform the mind, 
And purify the heart. 

3 Thou art the Life: the rending tomb 
Proclaims Thy conquering arm; 

And those who put their trust in Thee 
Nor death nor hell shall harm. 

4 Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life: 
Grant us that Way to know; 

That Truth to keep, that Life to win, 
Whose joys eternal flow. 

George IV. Doane, 1.824. 
I 

Paul A. I. D. Bost, 1828. 



d I- 
S| I- 

word : 
n I- 

d :- 



In 
Id 

But 
Is 


f Is If 

r In Ir 

in Thy 
s I— Is 
s,:— It, 


n Ir In 
<Hs, Id 

life the 
s I— Is 
d It, id 


f Is If 

r In Ir 
law ap - 
s I— Is 
s,I— It, 


n I— Is 
d I— In 
pears, Dra wd 
s I— Id' 
d I- Id 


s I-.fIn 
n I -.rid 
out in 
d' I— Is 
d I— Id 


n I-.rld 
d I-.s,Is, 

liv - ing 
s I-.fIn 


r If It, 

t| Ir Is, 
char - ac- 
s I— If 
s, I— Is, 


d I— 

s, I— 
ters. 
n I— 
d I— 


Id 


d I— Id 



2 Such was Thy truth, and such Thy zeal, 
Such deference to Thy Father's will, 
Such love and meekness, so divine, 

I would transcribe, and make them mine. 

3 Cold mountains and the midnight air 
Witnessed the fervor of Thy prayer; 



The desert Thy temptations knew, 

Thy conflict and Thy vict'ry too. 

4 Be Thou my pattern; make me bear 

More of Thy gracious image here; 

Then God, the Judge, shall own my name, 

Among the foll'wers of the Lamb. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



^He (Strops. 



183 Olive's Brow. 

Key Ab.-=C 



L. M. 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1S53. 



Is, :- 


s, :s, |i, :i. 


s, i— |S| :— 


s, :— id :- 


d :d |r In 


r I— |r I— 


d I- 


h, :— 


n. In, |f, :f, 


n, :— |p, :— 


n, :— |n, :— 


n, :n, |s, :s, 


1, :- liijfi 


n, :— ) 


'Tis 


midnight: and on 


01 - ive's 


brow The 


star is dimmed that 


late - ly 


shone: > 


Id :- 


d :d |d Id 


d :-|t, :- 


d :— |d :— 


d :d |t, :d 


d I- It, I- 


d I— \ 


Id, :- 
In :- 


d, :d, if, :f, 

r Ir |r Ir 


s, :— |s, :— 
r :- id :- 


d, :— id, :— 

t, :-it, :- 


i, :i, Is, :d, 

calando. 

d :d |d :i, 


t, :- Is, :- 

s, I— |s, I— 


d, :-' 

S| I — 


Is, :- 


s, :s, |s, is, 


fe,:-'|i, :- 


S| '.— s, :— 


s, :s, i, :f, 


"i 'r, IT :— 


n, I— 


'Tis 


midnight, — in the 


gar - den, 


now The 


suf-f ring Sav-iour 


prays a 


lone. 


Id :- 


t,:t, it, it, 


li :r |r :- 


r :— |r :— 


d :d |d id 


d It, |r I- 


d :— 


Id, :- 


s, :s, |s, is. 


r, :— |r, :— 


s, :- If, :- 


n, In, |f. If, 


s, I- |s, I— 


d, I- 



2 'Tis midnight, — and, from all removed, 
Iinmanuel wrestles lone with fears; 

E'en the disciple that He loved 

Heeds not his Master's grief and tears. 

3 'Tis midnight and for others' guilt 
The Man of sorrows weeps in blood; 



M. 



Yet He, who hath in anguish knelt, 

Is not forsaken by His God. 
4 'Tis midnight, — and, from ether-plains, 

Is borne the song that angels know; 
Unheard by mortals are the strains, 

That sweetly soothe the Saviour's woe. 

William B. Tappan, 1821. 



[ 84 Boston. 


C. 


Key a|?. 


n In Ire 


n I— Id 


n, 


S| Is, : f e , 


s, I— In, 


di 


There is a 


green hill 


far 


s, Is, 11, 


S| I — IS| 


s. 


d, Id, Id, 


d, I— Id, 


d. 


n In Id 


s, I— In 


s 


S| Is, In, 


n, I— Is, 


ta, 


Where the dear 


Lord was 


cru 


d Id Is, 


d I— Id 


d 


d, Id, Id, 


d, I— Id, 


n. 



•*1, 


S| I— Is, 


Ire, 


n, I — Is, 


a - 


way, With- 


Ife, 


s, I— Id 


:d, 


d, I— In, 


Is 


f I— Ir 


Ita, 


i, :- :i, 


ci - 


fied, Who 


Ide 


r I— If 


In, 


f. :- :f. 









U. C. BURNAP, I 


f, :— 


Id 

Is, 


n I— 
fe li- 


Ir.d 
IfeT 


r I— 

s, I— 


out 


a 


cit 


y 


wall, 


d I— 


Id 


d I— 


Id 


t, I— 


f, :- 


In, 


r, I— 


Hi 


s, I— 


d It, 


Id 


n I— 


Ir 


d I— 


s, I— 

died 


:s, 

to 


s, Id 

save 


:t, 

us 


d I— 

all. 


n Ir 


In 


s I— 


If 


n I— 


s, I— 


:s, 


s, I— 


Is, 


d, I— 



2 We may not know, we cannot tell, 
What pains He had to bear, 

But we believe it was for us 
He hung and suffered there. 

3 He died that we might be forgiven, 
He died to make us good, 

That we might go at last to heaven, 
Saved by His precious Blood. 

H 



4 There was no other good enough 
To pay the price of sin ; 

He only, could unlock the gate 
Of heaven, and let us in. 

5 Oh, dearly, dearly, has He loved, 
And we must love Him, too, 

And trust in His redeeming Blood, 
And try His works to do. 

Cecil F. Alexander, 1848. 



^Ke (Strops. 



185 St. Drostane. l. 



/ >Key B|?. 

Si d :S| |d :r 

s, d :s, i i,.s, : f , 

Ride on' ride on in 

d : d 1 u : vt 

d : n, |£|.ri|:ri 



.s, 



M. 



n :-.r |d Is, 

pi, :-.f, |m l :s, 

maj - es-ty! Hark! 

d :- .s, |s t :d 

d| '.- .(1, |d| *. n. 



is. 


s, :s. 


If. 


:ii 


i. :i. 


:r, 


d, Id, 


Id, 


:d, 


r, :r, 





Sav- iour 
Si : ta. 


meek, 

Hi 


par - 


sue Thy 

i, :d 


:s, 


n, In, 


If, 


:f. 


ie, Ife 



Is, 


:t. 


Ir, 


Is, 


road 


With 


It, 


:r 


Is, 


:s,.f. 









J.B 


Dykes, 1861. 


f :n 


Ir 


Ir 


r 


:-.fe,|s, 


s, :s, 


Is, 


•S| 


ie, 


:-.r, |r, 


aU the 


tribes 


Ho - 


san 


- na cry ; 


r :d 


It, 


:Mi 


d 


:-.i, It, 


t 2 :d, 


Ir, 


:r, 


T| 


:-.r, |s, 


d Is, 


|li 


:n, 


S| 


:-.f, In, 


s,.f, ; pi|.T 

palms and 


id, 
scat 


I Pi! 

- ter'd 


gar 


:r, Id, 

ments strew'd 


d :-.ta 


,11, 


:d 


d 


:t|j,jsi 


n,.r,:d| 


If, 


:i, 


s. 


:s, |d, 



2 Ride on! ride on in majesty! 
In lowly pomp, ride on to die: 

O Christ, Thy triumphs now begin 
O'er captive death and conquer'd sin. 

3 Ride on! ride on in majesty! 
The angel armies of the sky 

Look down with sad and wond'ring eyes 
To see th' approaching Sacrifice. 

4 Ride on! ride on in majesty! 
The last and fiercest strife is nigh: 
The Father on His sapphire throne 
Awaits His own anointed Son. 

5 Ride on! ride on in majesty! 
In lowly pomp, ride on to die; 
Bow Thy meek Head to mortal pain, 
Then take, God, Thy power, and reign. 

Henry H. Milman, 1821. 



186 



Christ had His sorrows: when He shed 
His tears, Jerusalem, for thee! 

And when His trembling followers fled, 
In His dark hour of agony. 

2 Christ had His sorrows: so must thou 
Who tread'st the path that Jesus trod; 

Oh, then, like Him submissive bow, 
Adore the sovereignty of God. 



3 Christ had His joys; but they were not 
The joys the son of pleasure boasts; 

Ah no! 'twas when His spirit sought 
Thy will, Thy glory, God of hosts! 

4 Christ .had His joys; and so hath he 
Who feels the Spirit in his heart — 

Who yields, O God, his all to Thee, 

And loves Thy name for what Thou art. 

5 Christ had His foes: the prince of hell 
With all his legions sought His death! 

See! human hearts with malice swell, 
Aud murder feign affection's breath! 

6 Christ had His foes: and so, if thou 
Shalt with Him walk, and near Him live, 

The cruel world will hate thee now, 
And thou shalt suffer— and forgive! 

1 Christ had His Mends; His eye could 
trace, 

Through the long train of coming years, 
The chosen children of His grace, 

The full reward of all His tears! 

8 Christ had His friends: and His are thine, 
If thou to Him hast bowed the knee; 

And where those ransomed millions shine 
Shall thy eternal mansion be. 

N. E. Johnson, 1832. 



^hc (Strops. 



187 Ashwell. l. m. 



Lowell Mason, 1842. 



KE\ 

Ipi 


'D. 
pi .n In .pi 


f 


:n 


r 


Is 


fe.s :pi .1 


s 


Ife 


s 


:d 


d .d ;d .d 


r 


:d 


t| 


ir 


d .r Id .pi 


r 


ir 


r 


When 


I sur- vey the 


won 


• drous 


cross, 


On 


which the Prince of 


glo 


■ ry 


died, 


:s 


s .s :s .s 


S 


IS 


s 


It 


1 .s Is .d 1 


t 


;I 


t 


:d 


d .d Id .d 


t, 


Id 


S| 


is. 


l,.t, id .1, 


r 


ir 


s. 


Ipi 


pi .n I pi .n 


r 


Ipi 


f 


Ir 


s .f :n .r 


d 


Ir 


PI 


:d 


d .d :d .d 


1. 


:de 


r 


It, 


t, .r Id .t, 


li 


It, 


d 


My 


rich-est gain I 


count 


but 


loss, 


And 


pourcon-tempton 


all 


my 


pride 


:s 


s .s |S .s 


f 


Is 


1 


Is 


S .8 IS ,f 


n 


IS 


s 


Id 


d .d Id .d 


f 


Ipi 


r 


Is, 


s, .s, :d .s. 


1, 


I s. 


d 



2 See from His head, His hands, His feet, All the vain things that charm me most, 



Sorrow and love flow mingled down; 
Did e'er such love and sorrow meet, 
Or thorns compose so rich a crown ? 

3 Forbid it, Lord, that I should boast, 
Save in the death of Christ my God, 



I sacrifice them to Thy blood. 

4 Were the whole realm of nature mine, 
That were a present far too small; 

Love so amazing, so divine, 

Demands my soul, my life, my all. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



l88 Midnight, l. m. 

p Key D|?. 



Virgil C. Taylor, 1847. 



s Id I- 

sfin-ished!' 




Tis finished!' 



B|I 

Sav 



It^r 

iour 



I In 

/TS 

d I— Id 


n I-.dlr 
dT^it, 


n I- If 
d I— Ir 


cried, And 


meek - ly 


bowed His 


I Is 


s I-.nls 


s I— 11 


I Id 


d I— Is, 


d I- If, 



t I— II 

s I— If 

race is 



s :— Is 

pi I— Id 

run, The 

I Id 

I in 




pi I-.f I r 




d I— 
d I— 
died ; 
PI I— 
d I— 



pi I-.s;s.f 


pi I— 
d I— 




d l-.nlr 




vie - fry 


won. 




s I— is 


s I — 




s, :— :t, 


d I— 





2 " 'Tis finished! " — Heaven is reconciled, 
And all the powers of darkness spoiled: 
Peace, love, and happiness, again 
Return, and dwell with sinful men. 



3 " 'Tis finished! " — let the joyful sound 
Be heard through all the nations round; 
'"Tis finished! "—let the echo fly, 
Thro heaven and hell, thro earth and sky 

Samuel Stennett , 1787. 



^Kc (Strops. 



189 Littledale. 7s & 6. 



Key G. 

I- .pi I n It 

:-.s,|s, :fi 

- sus, in Thy 

:- .d |d 

:-.di|n, 



Is, 



d :d is, 

pi, in, |s, 

dy - ing woes, 



d :d 
d Id 



Har. by Sir Arthur Sullivan, 1874. 



-.d|r Ir 

-.pi,|s, Is, 

ven while Thy 

— -d It, It, 

-.1,1s, If, 



pi In |r . 

s. Is, Is, I 

life - blood flows, 

d Id |t, I 

n, Id, |s, I 



f I-.f |f In 

i, :-.i,|i, n, 

Cray - ing par - don 
r I-.r |r Ide 
r, I-.r,|r, In, 



.r 



[li 
|r, 



for Thy foes: 
r II, Id 
f, If. lie, 



s, Id 

pi. Is, 
Hear us, 
d In 
s, Is, 



2 Saviour, for our pardon sue, 
"Wheu our sins Thy pangs renew, 
For "we know not what we do; 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

3 Oh, may we, who mercy need, 
Be like Thee in heart and deed, 
When with wrong our spirits bleed: 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

4 Jesus, pitying the sighs 

Of the thief, who near Thee dies, 
Promising him Paradise: 
Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

5 May we in our guilt and shame, 
Still Thy love and mercy claim, 
Calling humbly on Thy name: 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

6 Jesus, loving to the end 

Her whose heart Thy sorrows rend, 
And Thy dearest human friend: 
Hear us, Holy Jesu?. 

7 May we all Thy loved ones be, 
All one holy family, 

Loving for the love of Thee: 
Hear us, Holy Jesus. 



I PI 

Id 
Ho 
Is 
Is, 



Ir 

:t, 

ly 
if 

I-.s 



r .— 

ti :- 

Je - 

f I— 

s, I— 



Id 
Id 
sus. 
In 
Id, 



d 


Id 


li 


Is, 


A 


- men. 


f 


In 


f. 


Id, 



8 Jesus, whelmed in fears unknown, 
With our evil left alone, 

While no light from heaven is shown: 
Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

9 When we vainly seem to pray, 
And our hope seems far away, 
In the darkness be our stay: 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 



10 Jesus, in Thy thirst and pain, 
While Thy wounds Thy life-blood drain, 
Thirsting more our love to gain: 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

11 Jesus, — all our ransom paid, 
All Thy Father's will obeyed, — 
By Thy sufferings perfect made: 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 



12 Jesus,— all Thy labor vast, 
All Thy woe and conflict past — 
Yielding up Thy soul at last: 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. 

13 May Thy life and death supply 
Grace to live and grace to die, 
Grace to reach the home on high : 

Hear us, Holy Jesus. Amen. 

T. B. Pollock, 1871. 



^He (§lvo&&. 



[90 


bt. . 


^nse 


lm. 




7S 
















J- 


H. Hopkins, 1871. 


p Key F. Lah is D. 


nadld d Id 


d :t, u, :- 


d Id |d Id 


d It, |d I— 


r Ir |r Id 


di, : ta, 1 1, :s, 


i, :se, i, :— 


1, Ita, 1, Is, 


1, Is, |s, I— 


t, 11, |se, 11, 


Bound up-on th'a 


u- curs - ed tree, 


Faint and bleed -ing, 


who is He? 


3y the eyes so 


sn in |f is 


f :t, id :— 


n In |f Is 


f Ir |n I— 


p Ir |Pl In 


di,:s, |f, :n, 


r, In, |1, :— 


1, Is, |f. In, 


r. Is, |d I— 


5, :i\ In, 11, 


d : *7 1 ii :- 


r Ir |r Ir 


d It, |d I- 


n In |n Ir 


d Ir |n I— 


n In 


i, is, 1 fe,: — 


s, :d |ti :i. 


1, Ise,|l, I— 


d It, 1, 11, 


1, 11, |se,: — 


d It, 


pale and dim, 


Streamingblood,and 


writhing limb, 


By the flesh with 


scourges torn, 


By the 


r Ir |r '.— 


r !fe |s Ir 


n In |m I— 


n In |f If 


d 11, It, I- 


n In 


fe,Is, |r, :— 


t, :i, is, :f, 


n, In, |1, I— 


i, :s, if, if, 


1, If, In, I- 


ii :s, 


|n Ir 


d Ir 1 m I— 


2. t. z=~ 

nl It |d' 11 


s It |n I— 


1 It |d' 11 


1 Ise|l I— 


11, :ii 


1, :i, |se,:— 


sidin |n In 


n Ir |del— 


d In |n In 


f In |de I — 


crown of 


twist-ed thorn, 


By the side so 


deep-ly pierc'd, 


By the baf-fled, 


burning thirst, 


\i :t 


d :i. It, :- 


nl Ise ;i Id 1 


d 1 :i 11 :— 


d 1 It |1 11 


r 1 It |1 I— 


|fi:ii 


i, :ii in, :- 


df In |1 11, 


d Ir |1, I- 


1 Ise i 1 Id 


r In |1, I— 


f. F. — ==C / D. t.m.l. 


d'sln |d Id n 


Ir |r I — 


n In 1 I— 


In |n '.— 


Ins |S I — 


s i— is :- 


ds,:d |d :d d 


iM.it,:- 


d Ir |d I— 


:d it, :- 


:t,r|n I— 


t,:-|d 1- 


By the drooping, d< 


ath-dew'dbrow; 


Son of Man, 


'tis Thou, 


'tis Thou! 


A - men. 


in Is |1 :s f 


elfe |s I— 


s Ise |1 I— 


11 |1 I- 


Isetld'I— 


r I— |n I- 


fdld 1 


f In 1 


Ir |s 


• — 


d 


:ti 


111 


I— 


I 


1 |n 


I 




I"S 


. id :-- 


S| I — 


Id :- 



2 Bound upon th' accursed tree, 
Dread and awful, who is He? 
By the sun at noonday pale, 
Shivering rocks, and rending veil, 
By the earth enwrapt in gloom, 
By the saints who burst their tomb, 
Eden promised ere He died 
To the felon at His side; 
Lord! our suppliant knees we bow! 
Son of God! 'tis Thou! 'tis Thou! 



3 Bound upon th' accursed tree, 

Dread and awful, who is He? 

By the prayer for them that slew, 

"Lord! they know not what they do!" 

By the spoiled and empty grave, 

By the souls He died to save, 

By the conquest He hath won, 

By the saints before His throne, 

By the rainbow round His brow, 

Son of God! 'tis Thou! 'tis Thou! Amen. 

Henry Hart Mihnan, 1827. 



"©he ®ro##. 
I p I Passion Choral. 7s & 6s. 



Key Db. 



id 

INow 

Is 

vld 





In 1 

:i 



:d« 
ir 

Yet, 

:i 

lie 



1 :s 

d :d 

sa - cred 
scorn-ful - 

f :s 

f In 



\i 
Id^r 

Head, 

ly 
ll^s Is 

|TiTt,:d 



n 

now 
sur - 



r :— 

d M, 

wound - 

round 

1 

l 



. s 



in 

Id 

ed, 
ed 

Is 

Id 



t_Ais \\ it 

f In .r |d : f 
sa - cred Head, what 
r'.d 1 : t |1 .s If .s 
r :n If .n : r 



t.d'Ir 1 |d' :t 


1 


:— 


r Ir |n Ir 


PI 


Ir 


though de - spised and 


go 


- 


s : s.fe|s .1 : t .s 


P) . 


life 


s :t, n.fels 


d 


Ir 



d :- |d 



It 



ry, 

Is 



:t 

Ir 

With 
With 
: se 

:t, 



d 1 :— |d' Is 

f In .r |n In 

glo - ry, What 



^s^f |s Id 1 
Id 



In 
Id 
I 
Is 
Id.t 



Johann Leonard, (Hasleri, 1613. 

D.C. 



d 1 Id 1 It^l It 
d.rln |pi In.r 

grief and shame weigh' d 
thorns,Thine on - ly 
in II |1 I se 
l,.t,Id.ripi I pi 



1 Is |f If 

f I pi |d Ir 
bliss, till now was 
d 1 Id^t|l II 

f Id Ir .pi I f .s 



f In 

d Id 

joy to 

f IS 

ii :si 



|r 

Id 

call 

U 

If. 



Is 

It, 
Thee 
Ir .s 
Is, 



1 I— 
d I— 

down, > 
crown ; J 
1 I— 

ii :- 



n I- 
de I- 

Thine! 
1 I- 

1 :- 



n . 
d I 

mine. 
s . 
d I 



2 What Thou, ray Lord! hast suffered 
Was all for sinners' gain; 

Mine, mine was the transgression, 
But Thine the deadly pain: 

Lo! here I fall, my Saviour! 
'Tis I deserve Thy place; 

Look on me with Thy favor, 
Vouchsafe to me Thy grace. 

3 What language shall I borrow 
To thank Thee, dearest Friend! 

For this Thy dying sorrow, 

Thy pity without end? 
Oh! make me Thine for ever; 

And should I fainting be, 
Lord! let me never, never, 

Outlive my love to Theel 



4 And, when I am departing, 
Oh! part not Thou from me! 

When mortal pangs are darting, 
Come, Lord! and set me free; 

And, when my heart must lauguish 
Amidst the final throe, 

Release me from mine anguish, 
By Thine own pain and woe. 

5 Be near me when I'm dying, 
Oh! show Thy cross to me! 

And, for my succor flying, 
Come, Lord! and set me free! 

These eyes new faith receiving, 
From Jesus shall not move; 

For He, who dies believing, 
Dies safely, through Thy love. 

Ger., Paul Gerhariit, 1656 
Tr. James IV. Alexander, 1829. 



^He TSie&uvvection. 



Ip2 Gethsemane. 7s. 



p Key F. 

d :d |r In 

s, :s, |t, :d 

Go to dark Geth 



f :-.i|n 

d I-.d|d 
sem - a - ne, 

1 i-.iis 
f, 



-ill* 



d :<1 |r In 

si :i, |t, :d 

Ye that feel the 

pi in |s :s 

d :i, is, :d 



Richard Redhead, 1853. 

r :r id :— 
d :t, id :- 

tempter's power, 
1 Is |P1 :— 

f, :s, id :- 



d .n |s .s 
s, :d |r In 

Your Re - deem-er's 
PI :i |t Id' 
d :i, |s, Id 

d Id |r In 
d Id |t, Id 

Turn not from His 

s Is if Is 
pi In |r Id 



1 II |s 

d Ir |pi 

con-flict see, 

d' It |d' 

f If |d 



I-.f |pi 
I- .d |d 



griefs 
1 I 



a-way; 
.l|s 

.flit 



d In Is Is 


1 11 |s I— V 


d Id |r It, 


n Ir.dlt, I— ) 


Watch with Him one 


bit - ter hour ; ) 


s Is |s Is 


s Ife js I— \ 


n Id |t| In 


d Ir |s, I— / 


d Ir |n Ir 


d It, |d I— 


d It, |d 11, 


s. Is, |s, I— 


Learn of Je - sua 


Christ to pray. 


s Is is If 


n Ir |Pl I— 


n Ir jd If, 


s. Is, |d I— 



2 Follow to the judgment-hall, 
View the Lord of life arraigned; 

Oh! the wormwood and the gall! 

Oh! the pangs His soul sustained! 
Shun not suffering, shame, or loss; 
Learn of Him to bear the cross. 

3 Calv'ry's mournful mountain climb; 
There, adoring at His feet, 

Mark that miracle of time, 

God's own sacrifice complete: 
"It is finished," hear Him cry; 
Learn of Jesus Christ to die. 

4 Early hasten to the tomb, 

Where they laid His breathless clay; 
All is solitude and gloom; — 

Who hath taken Him away ? 
Christ is ris'n! — He meets our eyes; 
Saviour! teach us so to rise. 

James Montgomery, 1820. 



"tSHe ISie&uvYection. 



\yx Gethsemane. 7s. 



Richard Redhead, 1853. 



p Key F. 












d Id |r 


In 


i 


I-.f|n I— 


d Id |r In 


r Ir |d : 


s, Is, |t, 


Id 


d 


I-.d|d I— 


s, 11, It, Id 


d It, |d 


Near the tomb 


where 


Christ hath heen 


Weeping stands the 


Mag-da - lene ; 


n In |s 


Is 


1 


:-.i|s :- 


n In |s Is 


1 Is |PI 


d Id Is, 


Id 


i, 


:-.f,|d :- 


d 11, |s, Id 


f, Is, |d 


in 

d In |s 


Is 


1 


:i is :- 


d In |s Is 


1 11 Is 


s. Id |r 


In 


d 


Ir |m I— 


d Id |r It, 


n Ir.d|t, 


With the two 


. dis - 


ci - 


pies, she 


Wonders where her 


Lord can be: 


n 11 |t 


Id 1 


d' 


It |d' I— 


s Is |s Is 


s Ife |s 


d 11, |s, 


Id 


f 


If |d I- 


n Id |t| In 


d Ir |s, 


/ d Id |r 


In 


f 


I-.f|n I— 


d Ir |n Ir 


d It, |d 


^d Id |t, 


Id 


d 


I-.d|d I— 


d It, |d 11, 


s, Is, |s. 


< Looking in, 


they 


see 


the bed 


Where the Lord hath 


laid His head 


is IS |f 


Is 


1 


:-.i|s :- 


s Is |s If 


n Ir |pi 


\ n In |r 


Id 


I, 


I-.f,|d :- 


n Ir |d If, 


s. Is, |d 



2 Stooping down they see no more 
Than the clothes which wrapp'd Him o'er; 
Clothes which wound His feet, His brow, 
Death's white vestments, useless now. 
Two depart: but love and faith 
Stronger are than sight, than death. 

3 He was here: then she will wait 
Watching early, watching late. 
Where her Jesus last was seen, 
There will wait the Magdalene. 
Looking in with streaming eyes, 
Angels twain she there espies. 

4 Hark, with glad accord they cry, 
Jesus lives, no more to die: 
Thy dear Lord abides not here; 
He is risen; do not fear; 
Mary, wipe thy tears away, 
See the place where Jesus lay, 

5 Turning round she sees Him stand, 
In the garden close at hand: 



"Mary!" 'tis His accent now: 
"Master; It is Thou, 'tis Thou!"— 
We, with her, oh Christ adore, 
Lord and Master, evermore! 

Gerard Moultrie, 1867. 



194 

Surely Christ thy griefs hath borne; 
Weeping soul! no longer mourn; 
View Him bleeding on the tree, 
Pouring out His life for thee: 
There thine every sin He bore: 
Weeping soul ! lament no more. 

2 Cast thy guilty soul on Him, 
Find Him mighty to redeem: 
At His feet thy burden lay, 
Look thy doubts and cares away: 
Now, by faith, the Son embrace, 
Plead His promise, trust His grace. 

Augustus M. Toplady, 1759, ab. 



^He ISie&uvrectiorx. 



1 95 Hastings, c. l 



. M. 



Thomas Hastings, 1832. 



Key C. 



:m.f 


s :— :s 


|n' : 


— Ir 




d 1 It 11 


s If 


.n 


1 :- 




s 


|s If 


m , 


lifr 


n :— In 

calm and 


is :- :f 

beau - ti • 


n Is If |n Ir 


Id 

That 


d I- 

gilds 


- Id 

the 


It, I- 
sa 


:d 


How 


fal the morn, 


cred / 


Is 


d 1 :- id' 


Id 1 :— :s 


s I— Id' |d' Is 


Is 


f I- 


- Is 


Is I- 


:S 


:d 


d :— :d 


|d I— Id 


d I- Id |d I- 


- Id 


f I- 


- In 


|r '.- 


Id ' 


v\ :— :— |r 


I- In.f 
I— Id.r 

Where 


s I— Is |n' I— 

n I— In |s I— 
Christ, the cm 


Ir 1 
If 

Cl - 


d> It 
n Is 


11 
If 

was 


|s In 


IS V 


«:-':- It, 

tomb. 


|n Id 


Id ) 


fied, 


borne, 


And \ 


s :- :- 1- 


;— Is 


d' I— Id 1 |d' I— 


Is 


s I— 


Id 1 


Id' I- 


Is \ 


s, :- :- 1- 


I- Id 


d I— Id |d I— 


Id 


d I- 


Id 


Id I- 


In 


1 :— :r' id 1 


I— It 


d 1 I- I— 1— I— 


Id 1 


t I— 


Id 1 


|r' I- 


Id' x 


d :— If |n 


I— Ir 


n I— I— |— I— 


In 


r I— 


In 


U :- 


In / 


veiled in mic 


night 


gloom 1 


Oh! 


weep 


no 


more 


the > 


f :- :i |s 


I— Is 


s I- I- |- I- 


Id 1 


s I- 


Is 


It :- 


Id' \ 


f :— :r is 


I— Is, 


d I- I- |- I- 


Id 


s I— 


Is 


Is I- 


Id ' 


d' : t Id 1 |r' :— 


Id'.t 


1 I— 1 1 |s I— Id'.r" 


n 1 I- 


/ 

I- |r> I- I- 




d 1 


:- :-l 


_._ 


pi : 


r In |f I— 
- iour slain ! 


In .s 

The 


f I— I f |n I— IsTT 

Lord is risen ! — He 


s I— 

lives 


I- |f I- I 

a 




n I- I- | 

gain. 


— I — 


Sav 


s :— :s |t :— 


Id' 


d 1 I— I d' |d' I— I d 1 


d' I— 


I- |t I- I- 




d> 


:- :- 1 


— I— 


s :- 


- : s |s :— 


Id 


f I- 


11 


|d I— In.t 


s '— 


:-|s 


1 • — < _ 




d 


:-:-! 


— I— 



2 Ye mourning saints! dry every tear 
For your departed Lord; 

"Behold the place! — He is not here!" 

The tomb is all unbarred; 
The gates of death were closed in vain , 
The Lord is risen — He lives again. 

3 How tranquil now the rising day! 
'Tis Jesus still appears, 

A risen Lord, to chase away 

Your unbelieving fears: 
Oh! weep no more your comforts slain; 
The Lord is risen — He lives again. 

Thomas Hastings, 1832. 



196 Easter Hymn. 7s & 4s. p. 



Lyra Davidica, 1708. 



Key D. Animato. 














d In |s Id 
s, Id |r Id 

Christ the Lord is 


f 11 
d If 

ris'n a - 


|1 Is 

|f In 
gain, 


n.f Is.d|f 


In.f 


n Ir 

d Tt, 

In - 


Id 


d I- It, 


Id.d 


Id 


Hal - - 


le- 


jah! 


pi Is Is In 


f Id' 


|d' I- 


s I- 1- 


I- .1 


s If 


In 


d Id |t, Id 

f Is |1 Is 
d Id |d Id 

Christ hath bro - ken 


1. M. 

f In 
d.t,Id 

ev - 'ry 


|d :- 

|n Ir 

Id^Tt, 

chain ; 


d.rln |r 


Id.f, 


S| I— 
n Ir 

lu 


Id 


n.f Is.d|f 


In.f 


Id 


d I- It, 


Id.d 


Id 


Hal - - - 


le- 


jah! 


f In |f Is 


s Is 


Is I- 


s I- 1- 


I- .1 


S If 


In 


1, Id |f In 


r Id 


|s, I- 


d.rln |r 


Id.f, 


s, I— 


Id 


t Id' |r' Is 
s I fe |s I r 

Hark, an - gel - ic 
r' Id' |t It 


d' Ir' 
s If 

voio - es 
d' It 


/ 

|n' I— 
|n I- 
cry, 
Id' I- 


t .d'lr'.sld 1 


It .d' 


t 11 

s I fe 

lu ~ 

r 1 Id 1 


Is 


s I— |fe 


Is .8 


Is 


Hal - - 
r' I- |- 


- le- 
I- .n' 


jah! 
It 


s, 11, |t, Is.f 


n Ir 


|d I- 


s.llt |1 


Is.d 


r I— 


Is 


s .1 1 1 .s |d< In 
r Ir |d Id 


f 11 
d If 


|1 Is 

|f " In 


d'.tld'.s|l .t 


Id'.r 1 


d' It 

n Ir 


|d' 


n.f Is |f 


Is.f 


|n 


Sing-ing ev - er - 
t .1 Is |s Is 


more on 

d< Id' 


high, 
Id 1 I- 


Hal - - 
s I- .d'h.r 


le- 
Id'.l 


in - 
s I— 


jah! 

Is 


s If |i'i Id 


i. :fi 


|d :- 


d .r In |f .r 


In.f 


s Is, 


Id 



2 He who slumber'd in the grave, Hallelujah! 3 Now He bids us tell abroad, Hallelujah! 
Is exhalted now to save; Hallelujah! How the lost may be restored, Hallelujah I 

Now thro Christendom it riugs, Hallelujah! How the penitent forgiven, Hallelujah! 
That the Lamb is King of kings: Hallelujah! How we too may enter heaven: Hallelujah! 

4 Thou, our Paschal Lamb indeed, Hallelujah! 
Christ, Thy ransomed people feed! Hallelujah! 
Take our sins and guilt away, Hallelujah! 
That we all may sing for aye, Hallelujah ! 

M. Weiss, 1 531. 
T Q *J Tr. Catherine Winkworth, 1858. 

Holy Father! Holy Son! Hallelujah! 
Holy Spirit! Three in One! Hallelujah! 
Praise and glory be to Thee, Hallelujah! 
Now, and through eternity. Hallelujah! 

Anon, 1869. 



©he ^Resurrection. 



198 Bremen, c. p. m. 

KEY E. 



Thomas Hastings, 1836. 



:s, 


d :— :d 


l!L_ 


:r :i 


1 


r :— : 


r |f :- 


- :r 


pi : 


— : 


PI 


Is 


:i 


:pi v 


:s. 


s, :— :s, 

see the 


Is, :— :s, 

place where 


t, :- :t, |r :- 

Je - sus lay, 


- :t, 

And 


d : 

hear 


- :d 

an 


IJL 


:r 


:d ) 


Come, 


- gel 


- 


ic ) 


:n 


n '.— :n 


|s If :n 


s :— :s s :- 


- :s 


s : 


— Is 


Is 


:— 


Is \ 


:d 


d :— :d 


Id :— :d 


s, :— :s, is, :- 


- :s, 


d : 


- :d 


Id 


:— 


:d ' 


1 :— :r |r 


I— '.r 


pi :— : 1 1 s :— 


:fe 


s :— 


• 




: n.f \ 


d :- :d it, 


:- :t, 


d :— :n |r :— 


:d 


ti :- 






'. 


d.r ) 


watch - ers say, 


"He 


lives, who once 


was 


slain; 








Whyf 
Re-/ 


d 1 :— :i |s 


:— :s 


s :— :d> |t :— 


:i 


5 :- 






1 


s \ 


fi I— I fei Is, 


:— is. 


d :- :i, |r :- 


:r 


S| :— 


:— 




! 


d ' 


s :— : s id 1 : t 

pi : — '. n |n : s 


:i 
:f 


D.S. 

s : — : s |s :— 

pi : — : r |n :— 


d 
d 


1 : 

d :- 


- :i is :t 

- :d It,:- 




d 
d 


:— 


:-l- 


- :— 


seek the liv - 
mem - ber how 


ing 
the 


midst the dead? 1 
Sav - ioursaid, j 


That 


He 


would rise 


a - 


gain." 






d 1 :— : d 1 |s :— 


:i.t 


d 1 :- : t id 1 :- 


pi 


f :- 


- : f |r :- 


:t 


PI 


:— 


:-l- 


- :— 


d :- 


- : d id :— 


:<T 


d :- 


Is 


.l« :- 


d 


fi '.- 


-:iil 


5, : — 


•S| 


d 


:— 


:-l- 


- :— 



2 joyful sound! O glorious hour, 
When by His own almighty power 

He rose, and left the grave! 
Now let our songs His triumph tell, 
Who burst the bands of death and hell, 

And ever lives to save. 

3 The First-Begotten of the dead, 
For us He rose, our glorious Head, 

Immortal life to bring; 
What, though the saints like Him shall die? 
They share their Leader's victory, 

And triumph with their King. 

4 No more they tremble at the grave 
For Jesus will their spirits save, 

Aud raise their slumbering dust: 
risen Lord! in Thee we live, 
To Thee our ransomed souls we give, 

To Thee our bodies trust. 

Thomas Kelly, 1804. 
Alt. Henry W. Baker, 1861. 



199 



Jesus, who died a world to save, 
Revives and rises from the grave, 

By His almighty power: 
From sin, and death, and hell, set free, 
He captive leads captivity, 

And lives to die no more. 

2 Children of God! look up and see 
Your Saviour clothed in majesty, 

Triumphant o'er the tomb: 
Give o'er your griefs, cast off your fears, 
In heaven your mansions He prepares, 

And soon will take you home. 

3 His church is still His joy and crown : 
He looks with love and pity down 

On her He did redeem: 
He tastes her joys, He feels her woes, 
And prays that she may spoil her foes, 

And ever reign with Him, 

William Hammond, 1745. 



'©He IK-esurtrecticm. 



,00 


Ke 


surre 


Xlt. P 


. M 










A. S. Sullivan, 1873. 


Key A 




















pi In 


|n 


In 


s I-.f 


|n 


Ir 


d 


Id 


|r In 


f I-.f |n I— 


s, Is, 


Is, 


Is, 


t, :-.t, 


It, 


:t. 


d 


:t, 


11. :s, 


1. :s, Is, I— 


Christ is 


ris 


en! 


Christ is 


ris 


- en! 


He 


hath 


burst His 


bonds in twain! 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


f I-.r 


Is 


If 


n 


In 


|f Id 


d It, |d I- 


d. In, 


Is, 


Id 


s, I- .s. 


Is, 


Is, 


1. 


Is, 


|fi Irii 


r, Is, |d, I— 


E. t. 


















f. A. 


nl IS 


If 


Ir 


s I-.s 


Is 


If 


f 


In 


|r In 


r I- .r |ds, I— 


3,d Ide 


|r 


:t, 


d I- .n 


In 


Ir 


t, 


Id 


U. :s, 


f, :-.f,|n,t 2 I- 


Christ is 


ris 


- en! 


Christ is 


ris 


- en! 


Earth and 


Heav'n pro - 


long the strain! 


df IS 


11 


If 


s I- .s 


11 


11 


r 


In 


|f Is 


1 It |d's I— 


df In 


|r 


Ir 


n I- .n 


If 


:fi 


S| 


Is, 


If. :n. 


f, IS, |ds, I— 



s, 11, 


It, 


Id 


r I-.d|t, 


I— 


d 


Id 


Ir 


Ir 


n 


I— 


1- : 


S, IS| 


Is, 


:s. 


s, I-.s,|s, 


I— 


n. 


In, 


11. 


:i. 


se. 


I— 


1- : 


He who 


suf 


- fered 


pain and loss, 




In 


His 


love 


to 


ns, 






t, Id 


Ir 


In 


f I- .n |r 


I— 


d 


Id 


Hi 


:i. 


t, 


I— 


1- : 


f. :ii 


Ir, 


Id, 


t 2 I- .d, |s, 


I — 


1, 


:ii 


If. 


:f. 


n, 


I — 


1- : 


B. t.m. 








f 


E. 






f 


A. 






!|Si :i. 


It, 


Id 


r I-.d |t, 


I— 


ds 


Is 


H 


it 


d's 


I— 


1- : 


i,s, Is, 


Is, 


:s, 


s, I-.s,|s, 


I— 


n,t, 


:t, 


Id 


if 


"t, 


I— 


1 — • 
1 • 


Dy -ing 


on 


the 


bit - ter Cross 




Lives vie 


- to 


- ri - 


ous! 






det,Id 


Ir 


In 


f I- .n |r 


I— 


ds 


Is 


Is 


Is 


sr 


I— 


1- : 


i,s, In, 


|r, 


:d, 


t 8 I- .d, |s, 


I — 


ds 


If 


m 


Ir 


dS, 


I — 


1- : 


CHORUS. 
























n In 


|n 


In 


s I- . f |n 


Ir 


d 


Id 


|r 


In 


f 


If 


In : 


d Id 


Is, 


Is, 


t, :-.t, it, 


:t, 


d 


:t, 


II. 


:i. 


1. 


1.1 


H. : 


Christ is 


ris 


- en! 


Christ is ris ■ 


en! 


He 


hath 


burst 


His 


bonds in 


twain ! 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


f I-.r |s 


If 


n 


In 


If 


Is 


f 


Ir 


|de : 


Jd, In, 


Is, 


Id 


s, I- .s, |s. 


Is, 


1, 


:s, 


l*i 


In, 


T] 


:f. 


Hi 



") 



^Kc ISte&urveciiori. 



i. :r 


It, 


In 


d :i 


|r 


:s 


s :- .1 [f .n I r .d 


d :t, 


Id :- 


i. :ii 


11. 


:s,.ii 


ivr,Id, 


|r, 


Ir 


d.s,:d.t, |d~.s, : 1, 


s, is, 


Is, :- 


Christ is 


ris 


- en! 


Christ is 


ris 


- en! 


Earth and Heav'n pro- 


claim the 


strain. 


r :f 


|r 


:t, 


d :i 


H 


:s.f 


pi if is : f .pi 


r .pi: f 


|n :- 


li :r, 


Is, 


:s. 


i. :ii 


It, 


:ti 


d ir jpi .pii : f i 


s, is, 


Id, :- 



2 Lo, the chains of death are broken! 

Earth below, and Heaven above 
Joy anew in every token 

Of Thy triumph, Lord of love! 
He o'er earth and heaven shall reign 

At His Father's side, 
Till He cometh once agfln, 

Bridegroom, to His Bride. 
Christ is risen! &c. 



3 Angel legions, downward thronging, 

Hail the Lord of earth and skies! 
Ye who watched with holy longing 

Till your Sun again should rise: — 
He is risen! Earth, rejoice! 

Sing, ye starry train! 
All things living, find a voice! 

Jesus lives again! 
Christ is risen! &c. 

Archer T. Gumey, 1862. 



20 I St. Albinus. 7s & 8s & 4. 



Key C. 



pi Id 


s :-.pi 


1 :i 


s :— 


pi 1 Ir 1 


d 1 :t 


1 id' 


d 1 -^ 


3 . — 


pi :d 


s :-.n 


1 :i 


s :— 


s Is 


pi :pi 


d :d.r 


pi :— 


pi '.— 


Je - sus 


lives! thy 


ter - rors 


now 


Can no 


long - er, 


Death.ap- 


pal 


us; 


pi :d 


s :-.pi 


1 :i 


s :— 


d 1 :t 


1 :s 


1 :i.t 


d> :— 


d 1 :— 


pi :d 


s :-.n 


1 :i 


s :— 


d> :s 


1 :pi 


t -.r 


d :— 


d :— 



H. J. Gauntlett, 1872. 



d' :s 

pi In 
Je - sus 
d 1 Id' 

1, :d 



1 In 


S If 


n I— 


pi 1 It 


d 1 Is 


1 Id 1 


r 1 ^ 


In— 


f 
d'ld 1 


V I— 


n'l— 


d' 


d< 


d Id 


d Id.f, 


d I— 


s Is 


pi Is 


s If 


f :— 


n I— 


n In 


1 I— 


s I — 


f 


n 


livesiby 


this we 


know 


Thou.O 


Grave, c 


anst not 


en-thral 


us. 


Al -le 


lu - 


ia! 


A - 


men. 


1 11 


s Is 


s I— 


n' Ir 1 


d' Id' 


d 1 Id 1 


t I— 


d'l— 


d'ld 1 


d'l— 


d'l- 


I 


S 


f 11 


PI Is 


d I— 


d'ls 


I In 


f 11 


s I— 


d I— 


d'll 


f I— 


d I— 


1 


d 



Jesus lives! henceforth is death 
But the gate of life immortal; 
This shall calm our trembling breath, 
When we pass its gloomy portal. 
Alleluia! 

3 Jesus lives! for us He died; 

Then, alone to Jesus living, 
Pure in heart may we abide, 

Glory to our Saviour giving. 
Alleluia! 



4 Jesus lives! our hearts know well 
Naught from us His love shall sever; 

Life, nor death, nor powers of hell 
Tear us from His keeping ever. 
Alleluia! 

5 Jesus lives! to Him the throne 
Over all the world is given; 

May we go where He is gone, 
Rest and reign with Him in heaven. 
Alleluia. Amen. 

C. F. Gellert, 1740. Tr. F. E, Cox, 1841. 



^He Ttfie&uvvecliorx. 



202 Mozart. 


7S. 










W. A. 


VIOZART, I779. 


KEY C. Presto. 














1 


n' :- .f',r'|d' .s 


Id' .r' 


n' 


:- .f',r'|d' 


• 
• 




n' 


In' . 


\ 


s : f |o 


:- .f 


s 


:- .f |n 


I 




s 


Ise ) 


{ 


" Christ, the Lord, 


is 


ris'n 


to - day!" 






Sons 


of 


1 


d' :t |d' 


:- .t 


d' 


:t id' 


l 




d< 


Ir' i 




d' is |d 


r- .s 


d 1 


:s |d 


• 




d' 


It / 


/ |n' :-,f'.r',t 


1 


:d> .,t 


1 


: 


r' 


Ir' 


|r' 


I-,n'.d',l v 


\H :- .* 


n 


Ise 


1 


i 




•• 


1 


I ) 


, men, and 


an 


gels! 


say; 




Raise 


your 


joys 


and > 


/|d' IV A 


d< 


Ir' 


d' 


i 




• 


1 


I 


In :r 


n 


In 


Hi 


'' 


fe 


Id' 


It 


Id / 




s :t .,1 |s 


• 


n' 


:- .r.r'ld' .s 


Id' 


.r' 


n' 


:- .V,rh 




: 1 


I 


s 


If | m 


I- 


.1 


s 


I- .f ) 




tri umphs high ; 




Sing, 


ye heav'ns' 




and, 


earth ! 


re - ) 




: 1 


• 


d' 


: t id' 


I- 


.t 


d' 


It \ 




r Ir |s, 


• 


d' 


Is |d 


'- 


.8 


d' 


IS 


/Id' : 


n' 
s 


In' 
:se 


n' 

1 


I-,r'.n',f 

:i 


d' 

s 


In' 


^ 


d' 

n 


• 


I In 


If 




(ply. 


Sing, 


ye 


heav'ns! 


and, 


earth! 


re 


ply- 




/Id' : 


d' 


Ir' 


d' 


:.f 


n' 


It 


Id' 


• 


I 


|d 


d' 


:t 


1 


:f 


s 


IS| 




d 


• 



2 Love's redeeming work is done; 
Fought the fight, the battle won; 
Lo! our Sun's eclipse is o'er; 

Lo! He sets in blood no more. 

3 Vain the stone, the watch, the seal; 
Christ hath burst the gates of hell; 
Death in vain forbids His rise: 
Christ hath opened paradise. 

4 Lives again our glorious King! 
"Where, O death! is now thy sting?" — 
Dying once, He all doth save; — 
"Where thy victory, grave!" 

Charles Wesley, 1739. 



"©He Ttfie&xtvreciiori. 



203 Hummel, c. m. 



Key 


At?. Moto. 








d 


:d 


d 


'.- .r 


pi 


:f 


S! 


:ii 


S| 


:- -t. 


d 


:d 


- rise, 


ye 


peo 


- pie! 


and 


a - 


PI 


:f 


pi 


:- .s 


s 


:i 


d. 


:d 


d 


'.- .S| 


d, 


Id 


t, 


:ti 


d .s. 


:»i 


d .n 


:r .d 


fi 


:f. 


pi. 


:n, 


S| 


Is, 


all 


the 


earth, 


from 


shore 


to 


r 


ir 


d 


:d 


n .d 


If .PI 


s. 


is, 


S| 


is. 


S| 


Is, 



f.S| 
.s, 
A 

f.S| 

Ui 

'.t, 
l.fl 

Let 
f.r 
i.a 



2 Hark I the glad shouts, wide echoing round. 
Th' ascendiug God proclaim; 

TV angelic choir respond the sound, 
And shake creation's frame. 

3 They sing of death and hell o'erthrown 
In that triumphant hour; 

And God exalts His conquering Sou 
To the right hand of power. 

Harriet Auber, 1829. 







H. C. Zeuner, 1832 




PI I- .s 


f .n Ir .d 


t. :- 




d I- .d 


t, A I S| .fe, 


s, I- 


- 


dore ; Ex- 


ult-ing strike the 


chord ; 




s I- .s 


s .sis .r 


r I- 




d I- .pi 


r .d It, .1, 


s, I- 


.d 


d It, .f 


pi .,r Id .t, 
d .,1| Is, .s, 


d I- 




s, I- .t, 


S| I- 


.pi 


shore, Con- 
Pi Ir .s 
s, I- .s. 


fess th'al-mighty 
s ,,f In .r 
d,.,f, Is, .s. 


Lord. 
pi I- 

d, :- 


205 

Ye choirs of new Jerusalem! 

Your sweetest notes employ, 
The paschal victory to hymn 

In strains of holy joy. 





204 

Jesus, immortal King! arise; 

Assume, assert Thy sway; 
Till earth, subdued, its tribute bring, 

And distant lands obey. 

2 Ride forth, victorious Conqueror, ride, 
Till all Thy foes submit; 

And all the powers of hell resign 
Their trophies at Thy feet. 

3 Send forth Thy word, and let it fly, 
This spacious earth around; 

Till every soul, beneath the sun, 
Shall hear the joyful sound. 

4 From sea to sea, from shore to shore, 
May Jesus be adored; 

And earth, with all her millions, shout 
Hosannas to the Lord. 

Aaron CrossUy Hobart Seymour, 1810. 



2 For Judah's Lion bursts His chains, 
Crushing the serpent's head; 

And cries aloud, through death's domains, 
To wake th' imprisoned dead. 

3 Devouring depths of hell their prey 
At His command restore; 

His ransomed hosts pursue their way 
Where Jesus goes before. 



4 Triumphant in His glory now, 
To Him all power is given; 

To Him in one communion bow 
All saints in earth and heaven. 



5 While we, His soldiers, praise our King, 

His mercy we implore, 
Within His palace bright to bring 

And keep us evermore. 

Lat. of Fulbert, 1020. Tr. Robert Campbell, 1850, a. 



^©ke ^Resurrecficm. 



LOO Messial 


i. 7s. 






L. J. F. Herold 


, 1838. 


Key G. • 
pi :-.r |d :d 


f :-.n |r :— 


s :-.i |i 


Is 


n Id |r 


: _ , 


d :-.t| |d is. 


s i '.- «S| |S| ; — 


s, I-.d |d 


Id 


d Id |t, 


:— / 


" Wide, ye heav'n- ly 


gates! un -fold, 


Clos'd no more 


by 


death and sin ; 


> 


s :- . f | pi : pi 


r :-.d |t, :— 


d I-.d |d 


:s 


s Is |s 


:— \ 


d I-.d Id :d 


t, :-.d s, :— 


pi, :-.f, if, 


m, 


d, In, Is, 


:- ' 


1 

pi :- .r Id :d 


f :-.pi ir :— 


s :-.i |s 


In 


r I-.d |d 


Fine. 


d :-.t, |d :i, 


s, :-.d it, :— 


d I-.d |d 


Id 


t, I-.d |d 


I— 


Lo! the conqu'ring 
D. S.— Hark a-gain! the 


Lord be- hold ! 
an -swering choir 


Let the King 
Thus in strains 


of 
of 


glo - ry in." 
tri - umph sing 





s :- . f i pi : n 


r .'- .s |s I— 


s :-.f |s 


Is 


f I- .n |n 


I— 


d :-.s, |i, :i, 


t, :-.d is, :— 


pi :-.f in 


Id 


s, I-.d, |d, 


I— 


t, :-.d |r :f 


n I-.r |d :— 


r :- .pi | f 


11 


s :-.f |n 


D.S. 


s, :-.s, is, is, 


s, :- .S| is, :— 


s, :-.d it, 


:t, 


d :-.t,|d 


I— 


Hark! th*an-gel - ic 


host in- quire, — 


" Who is He, 


the 


might - y King 


?" 


r '.- .n \l Ir 


d I- .r |pi I— 


t, I-.d |r 


ir 


s I- .s |s 


I— 


s, :- ,S| s, : t| 


d :-.d id :— 


S, I- .S, |S| 


if. 


n, I-.r, |d, 


I— 



2 "He, whose powerful arm alone 
On His foes destruction hurled; 

He, who hath the vict'ry won, 
He, who saved a ruined world: 



3 He, who God's pure law fulfilled, 
Jesus, the incarnate Word; 

He, whose truth with blood was sealed, 
He is heaven's all-glorious Lord." 

Harriet Aubcr , 1829. 



.07 v 


ictory 


. b 


>S & i 


%■ 






G. P. A. Palestrina 


KEY E. 
s IS 


I s 

In 
is 


1 
f 

o'er, 


I— 


Is 

In 

the 


s If 


in 
Hi 

tie 


s I— I- 


n In 
The strife 


n 1 1| 

bat 


r I— I— 

done ; 


d 1 Id' 


Id 1 


d> 


:— 


Id' 


t Ir' 


Id' 


t I— I— 


d Id 


Id 


f 


I — 


Id 


n Ir 


H 


s I— I— 


n In 


In 


n 


I — 


In 


n Ir 


Id 


r I— I— 


d Id 

The vie - 


Id 

to - 


d 


I — 


It, 

of 


life 


Hi 

is 


t. I- I- 

won; 


S IS 

d Id 


Is 
Id 


1 
1, 


u 


IS 

In 


s If 

d ir 


In 
Hi 


s I— I— 

s, I— I— 



^Kc ^R-csurrcciioir. 



s Is Is 


1 I— is 


s I f In 


s I — I— 


is Id' 


t I— I— 


d' 


pi In In 

The songof 

t Id 1 Id' 


f :— m 

tri - umph 

d' I- Id' 


n M| Hi 


r I— I— 

gun. 

t I— I— 


Id In 

Al- le 

Id' is 


r I— I— 

lu 

s I— I— 


n 


has be- 

t Ir' Id' 


iu 
s 


n Id Id 


f I- Id 


n ;r 1 1 


s I— I— 


In Id 


s, I— I— 


d 



2 The powers of death have done their worst, 4 He closed the yawning gates of hell, 



But Christ their legions hath dispersed: 
Let shouts of holy joy outburst, 

Alleluia! 
3 The three sad days are quickly sped; 
He rises glorious from the dead: 
All glory to our risen Head! 

Alleluia! 



2o8 St. Martin's, c. 



The bars from heaven's high portals fell; 
Let hymns of praise His triumphs tell ! 

Alleluia! 
5 Lord! by the stripes that wounded Thee, 
From Death's dread sting Thy servants free, 
That we may live and sing to Thee, 

Alleluia! 

Tr. Francis Pott, i860. 



M. 



Wm. Tansur, 1735- 



ilS, 
[Th'e 

in 



KEY G. 

d „r I d 

i. :- 

ter 

I I- 

fi :- 

s.,f In 
Si I— 
doors 
r id 



Is, 

:f, 

nal 
Ir 
Is, 



d .,r:n 
iV^Is, 

gates 

d I— 
d, I- 



: n.,f 
Is, 

lift 
Id .,r 
Id - 



s .,f 


In 


s. 


I — 


up 




n .,r 


Id 


d 


• 



Id 
Id 

their 

In 
Id 



r 
t, 

heads 
S 



Si 



IP1 

; s. 

The 

Id 

Id 



11 



Id 



d 
d 

are 

S 

PI, 



r 


Id 


Ii 


Is, 





- 


f 


In 


f. 


is, 



:t, 


d I 


Is, 


s, I- 


pened 


wide; 


Ir 


n I- 


Is, 


«i : 



:n.,f 

Is, 

The 

:d _-ir 

Id 



s I- 
d I 

King 

n 
d I- 



II 
Id 
of 
If 

If, 



s.,f In 

glo - 

n ,,r : d 

d £- 



s : f In 
s, Mi.t,Id 



ir 



gone 

; n.f 
Id 



r 

t, 

up 

S 



IS 

Id 


1 .,slf 

d :t, 


Un - 

Id 


to 

d ir 


In, 


f,.,n,:r. 



in 


r 


Id 


Id 


1, 


is, 


His 


Fa 


- 


In .s 
Idi~ 


f 

f, 


In 
Is, 



:t, 

Is, 

ther's 
Ir 
is. 



d 

S| 

side 

n 

d, 



ruf 

d 

ry 
s 

d.r 



2 Thou art gone in before us, Lord, 
Thou hast prepared a place, 

That we may be where uow Thou art, 
And look upon Thy face. 

3 And ever on Thine earthly path 
A gleam of glory lies; 

A light still breaks behind the clo u d 
That veils Tbee from our eyes. 



4 Lift up our thoughts, lift up our songs, 
And let Thy grace be given, 

That while we linger yet below, 
Our hearts may be in heaven; 

5 That where Thou art at God's right hand, 
Our hope, our love may be: 

Dwell in us now, that we may dwell 
For evermore in Thee. 

Cecil Frances Alexander, 1858. 



iShe QrCsceiTsion. 



209 Neander. 8s & 7s. 

Key C. 



Joachim Neandek, 1679. 



d :- .r |n I( 


1 


pi :f 


Is 


Is 


d 1 It.l 


|s In 1 


r' I 


r 1 


Id' I- . 


d :-.t,|d :d 


d :d 


|r Ir 


d Id s Is 


s If 


In I- J 


Come, ye faith - ful, 


raise the 


an - them; 


Cleave the skies with 


shouts of 


praise; 


pi '.- .8 [ s Is 


s :d> 


Id* :t 


d 1 Id 1 |d" Id' 


d 1 it 


Id" I- 


d I- .S| |d :n 


d :i, 


|s, Is 


1 Is .f J n Id 


s Is, 


|d I- 1 


d :-.r |n Id 


pi if 


|s Is 


d 1 It .1 |s In 1 


r 1 Ir' 


Id' I- , 


d :-.t,|d :d 


d :d 


|r Ir 


d Id ,s Is 


s If 


In I- 


Sing to Him who 


brought sal - va - tion, 


Won - drous in His 


works and 


ways: > 


n :- . s 1 s :s 


s id' 


|d' It 


d 1 Id' |d> Id 1 


d' It 


id' :- 


d I- .S| |d in 


d :i, 


|s, Is 


1 Is.f|n Id 


S IS| 


Id :- / 


pi 1 I-.n'|r' Ir 1 


d< 


id' |t 


It 


/ 

1 I-.l is Id 1 


r' It |d' 


._ 


d' 


:- id' :- 


s :-.s s :s 


n 


In |n 


In 


d :-.f 1 pi is 


r Ir |n 


I— 


f 


:- m 1- 


God e - ter - nal, 


W01 


din- car - 


nate, 


Whomtheheav'nof 


heav'no-beys 




A 


men. 


d 1 :-.d'|d' :t 


d 1 


11 |se 


Ise 


1 I-.d'ld 1 Id'.t 


1 Is |S 


I— 


1 


:- is :- 


d '.-.& s : S| 


1, 


Id |pi 


I pi 


f I-.l |d' In 


f Is |d 


I— 


f 


:- id :- 



2 Ere He raised the lofty mountains, 
Formed the sea, or spread the sky, 

Love eternal, free and boundless, 

Moved the Lord of life to die; 
Fore-ordained the Prince of princes 

For the throne of Calvary. 

3 Now above the sapphire pavement, 
High in unapproached light, 

Lo! He lives and reigns for ever. 

Victor after hard-won fight. 
Where the song of the redeemed 

Rings unceasing day and night. 

4 Trust Him then, ye fearful pilgrims; 
Who shall pluck you from His hand ? 

Pledged He stands for your salvation, — 
Pledged to give the promised land, — 

Where among the ransomed nations 
Ye, too, round His throne shall stand. 

Job Hupton, 1806. 



iSHe ^CsceiTsioiT. 



2 I O Ascension, l. m. 

Key C. Marcato. 



•s 


s :s 


d' 


:- .s 


f :f 


•PI 


n In 


d 


:-.d 


d :t, 


Our 


Lord is 


ris 


- en 


from the 


.s 


s Is 


S 


I- .s 


s Is 


.d 


d :d 


PI 


:- .pi 


r :s, 



pi :- 


- .s 


d :- 


.d 


dead; 


Our 


s :- 


- .s 


d : 


-.PI 



s 


Is 


s 


d 


:d 


d 


Je 


- sus 


is 


s 


Is 


1 


pi 


:pi 


r 



:t .pi 


:-.d 


gone 


:- .s 


'.- .n 



Max Piutti, 1880 


r :i 


s : 


d Ir 


r :- 


up on 

1 :d> 


high; 

t : 


f Ife 


s ; 



.s 


s Is 


d> 


:-.s 


d> 


Id! 


t :-.t 


t 


:t 


t 


:i .s 


s 


ife 


1 .pi 


n In 


d 


:-.d 


pi 


:r 


r '.- .r 


s 


Ife.f 


pi 


iria 


r 


Ir 


The 


powers of 


hell 


are 


cap 


- tive 


led, Dragg'd 


to 


"the" 


por 


- tals 


of 


the 


.s 


s Is 


s 


:- .s 


s 


:ie 


s :- .s 


s 


'.& 


s 


Is 


t 


:i .d> 


.d 


d Id 


n 


'.- .pi 


I. 


Ir 


s, r- .s, 


S| 


:s, 


d 


:d 


r 


ir 



s : 

r : 

sky; 
t 

s : 



S Is .8 


pi 1 Id' 


d 1 I- .t 


1 I 


-.1 


1 


11 


1 


I .1 


r' 


Id 1 


d 1 It v 


S IS .S 

There His tri- 


s Ipi 

umph-al 


n I- .r 

char - iot 


d I 

waits, 


-.d 

And 


de 

an - 


Ide 

gels 


r 

chant 


I- .r 

the 


r 

sol 


In 
- emn 


n Ir J 


lay: — > 


S IS .8 


s Is 


se I- .se 


I I 


-.1 


s 


Is 


f 


I-.f 


fe 


Ife 


s I— \ 


S IS .8 


d Ipi 


PI I- .PI 


f I 


-.f 


pi 


In 


r 


I- .r 


r 


Ir 


s Is, ' 


S iTTf 


d 1 I-.s 


1 It 


d 1 


ff 

- .s 


d' 


In 


f 


Ir 


n 


Ir 


d I- . 


s Is .f 


pi I- .d 


d If 


pi 


- .s 


n 


Id 


d 


Id 


d 


:ti 


d I- . 


" Lift up your 


heads, ye 


heavenly 


gates! 


Ye 


ev 


- er - 


last 


• ing 


doors ! give 


way." 


s Id'.s 


s I- .s 


f Is 


s 


- .s 


d 1 


Id 1 


d' 


11 


s 


Is.f 


n I- . 


s If .r 


d I- .n 


f Ir 


d 


- .s 


ta 


Ita 


1 


If 


s 


IS| 


d I- . 


Copyright, 


1880, by Biglow I 


E Main. 





















2 " Loose all your bars of massy light, 

And wide unfold th' ethereal scene; 
He claims these mansions as His right ; 

Receive the King of glory in." 
" Who is the King of glory?— who?" 

"The Lord, that all our foes o'ercame, 
World, sin, and death, and hell o'erthrew; 

And Jesus is the Conqueror's name." 



3 Lo! His triumphal chariot waits, 

And angels chant the solemn lay: — 
"Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates 1 

Ye everlasting doors! give way." 
"Who is the King of glory? — who?"- 

"The Lord, of glorious power possessed; 
The King of saints and angels too; 

God over all, for ever blessed." 

Charles Wesley, 1741. 



C^Kc ^Csceusicm. 



211 Nativity, c. m 

KeyC. 

!n In .n |s Is 
d Id.d|r .T 
Lift ap your heads, e 
/ s Is .s |s Ir 1 

I d :d.d|t, :t, 



d 1 Id' |n' :-.r' 
n In | n I- .n 

ter - nal gates, Un- 



d' :d' 

ll *1 



.-.t 



d< :i n 

n In |f 
fold, to 
d' Id' 



sell :i 



r 
1 

en - ter 



d 1 



Henry Lahee. 



It 



• S 

:s 

The 



s :— 

tain 

n' I— _ |r' Id 1 

s :— i— :n 



i :t id 1 :-.s 

f :f Is :-.s 

King of Glo - ry 

d 1 Ir 1 | pi 1 I-.d 

f :r |d I-.n 



— < / 
i :t |d> :r' 

3 : f i n is 

see ! He comes With 

d 1 :r' |d' :t 
f :r ii :s 



pi 1 I pi 1 |r' Ir 1 
s Is 1 Is.f 

His ce - les - tial 

d 1 id' id 1 :t 

d> :pi |f Is 



d 1 :- 

pi :- 

train. 
d' I- 
d I- 



d> 


|d> 


f 


In 


A 


- men 


1 


Is 


f 


Id 



2 Who is the King of Glory, who? 
The Lord for strength renowned; 

In battle mighty; o'er His foes 
Eternal Victor crowned. 

3 Lift up your heads, ye gates ; unfold, 
In state to entertain 



The King of Glory! see, He comes 
With all His shining train. 

4 Who is the King of Glory, who? 

The Lord of hosts renowned; 
Of glory He alone is King, 

Who is with glory crowned. Amen. 

Tate &> Brady, i6y6. 



Ll 1 


, ua 


rwan. 


1 


I. M. 












John Darwall, 1770. 


KeyD. 
















/Id 


pi Id 
pi Id 


|s In 

|s I PI 


d 1 I- 
d I- 


- 
- 


- Is 

- Id 


1 

d 


Is |f I 
:d |t, : 


n 
d 


n 


:- Ir 


ild 


d 


:- It, 


< Re- 


joice! the 


Lord is 


King!— 




Tour 


God 


and King 


a - 


dore 


1 


/Id 


pi Id 


Is Ipi 


d' I- 


- 


- Id' 


d' 


Is |s I 


s 


s 


:- 1- 


Id 


n Id 


Is In 


d' I- 


- 


- In 


f 


In |r I 


d 


s 


:- 1- 


A. t. 
1 Irs, 


i, :f. 


|r Id 


t| Is, 


Is 


If 


n 


. 


Ir :- 


r. d. 

ds I— 


1- :- 


i • t'Nl 


f, if, 


if, Ife, 


S| Is, 


Is, 


:ii 


s. 


I— 


It, I- 


ds I— 


I- :- 


I Mor- 


tals! give 


thanks, and 


sing, And 


tri 


- umph 


ev 


- 


- er - - 


more: 




':sd 


d ll. 


Hi :t 


r It, 


Id 


Id 


d 


I— 


If I— 


"t I— 


1- :- 


: s.d, 


f. :t> 


|r, Ir, 


s 


:u 


|n, 


:«i 


S| 


I— 


Is, I- 


d,s, 


I— 


1- :- 



^Ke ^Cscerrbcb ^Sotrb, 



s i— 


U 


:t 


d :- 


Id 


:t 


Lift 

d 1 :- 


up 

Id' 


your 
Is 


n :— 


II 


'.T 



d 1 :— 


Id 


n I— 


Id 


heart, 


lift 


s I— 


Id 


d :— 


Id 



r 


In 


\t 


Is 


r 


In 


If 


Is 


up your 


voice, Re- 


r 


In 


If 


Is 


r 


In 


If 


Is 



2 His kingdom cannot fail; 

He rules o'er earth and heaven; 
The keys of death and hell 

Are to our Jesus given: 
Lift up your heart, — lift up your voice, 
Rejoice! again, I say, — rejoice! 



1 It |d' Ir' 
1 It |d' If 

joice!a-gain, I 
1 It |d' II 
1 It Id 1 If 



frit. 

d' I- It 



r I- 



say, — re 
s I— |s 
s I— |s, 



d' I- |- 

n I- |- 
joice ! 

s I- I— 
d I- |- 



3 Rejoice in glorious hope; 

Jesus, the Judge, shall come, 
And take His servants up 

To their eternal home: 
"We soon shall hear th' archangel's voice, 
The trump of God shall sound, — rejoice! 

Charles Wesley , 1746. 



- x 3 


L rankle 


>rt. 


S & \ 


JS. 






J. C. Bach, 1680. 


Key G 
















pi Id 


|r Is 


d Ir 


It, 


Is, 


1, :t, 


|d Id 


r Is |pi I— , 


s. Is, 


Is, It, 


S| H| 


Is, 


:r, 


f, :f, 


Is, In, 


s. Is, |s, I— ) 


Je - sus 


comes, His 


con - flict 


- 


ver, — 


Comes to 


claim His 


great re - ward; 


d Ipi 


|r Ir 


n Ir 


|r 


:t, 


d Ir 


|d Id 


d it, id :- \ 


d, Id 


It, Is, 


n, I fe, 


Is, 


Is, 


f, :r, 


In. :i, 


s. Is, |d, I— / 


pi Id 


|r Is 


d Ir 


It, 


Is, 


1, :t, 


|d Id 


r Is |n I— v 


s, Is, 


Is, It, 


S| 1 1 1 


Is, 


:r, 


f, :f, 


Is, I PI, 


s, Is, Is, I— J 


An - gels 


round the 


Yic - tor 


hov - 


er, 


Crowding 


to be - 


hold their Lord; > 


d In 


|r Ir 


n Ir 


Ir 


:t, 


d Ir 


|d Id 


d It, |d :- 


d. Id 


|t, Is, 


n, Ife 


Is, 


Is, 


f, :r, 


In, :ii 


s, Is, |d, I— ' 


n Id 


|r Is 


s I fe 


Is 


/TV 


1 Is 


If In 


r Ir |d I— 


se, 11, 


It, Is, 


i. :i, 


It, 


I— 


d It, 


IM,:d 


d It, |d I- 


Haste, ye 


saints ! your 


trib - ute 


bring, 




Crown Him, 


ev - er - 


last - uig King. 


r In 


|s Ir 


Pi Ir 


Ir 


I— 


f Ir .p 


l |f Is 


s Is .f |n I— 


ii :ii 


Is, It, 


d Ir 


Is, 


:— 


f, :s. 


|r Id 


s. Is, |d, I— 



2 Yonder throne, for Him erected, 
Now becomes the Victor's seat; 

Lo, the Man on earth rejected! 
Angels worship at His feet: 

Haste, ye saints! your tribute bring, 

Crown Him, everlasting King. 



3 Day and night they cry before Him, 

"Holy, holy, holy Lord!" 
All the powers of heaven adore Him, 

All obey His sovereign word: 
Haste, ye saints! your tribute bring, 
Crown Him, everlasting King. 

Thomas Kelly, 1804. 



^He 1&t&cen&e& ,&ov&. 



214 Harwell. 8s & 7s. 



KeyG. 








/ : s,.,s, 


d 


:- .s, :d .pi 


r 


:r 


\ I tn,.,n, 


S| 


J- .s, :s, .d 


t. 


:t, 


(Hark! ten 


thou 


- sand harps and 


voi 


- ces 


):&.,& 


PI 


:- .n is .s 


s 


Is 


\:d.,d 


d 


:- .d :n .d 


3| 


Is, 



Is .,s 

It,.,t, 

Sound the 
Ir .,r 

IS|.,S, 







Lowell Mason, 1841 


s 


I- .d I pi .r 


d I— 


• 
• 


d 


I- .s, :t,.t, 


d :- 


I 


note 


of praise a- 


bove; 




PI 


I- .s Is .f 


n I— 


• 
• 


d 


I- .Pl| I S| ,S, 


d, :-. 


• 
• 



s,.,s. 


d :- .s. Id .pi 


r 


Ir 


Is .,s 


s :- 


-d I pi .r 


d 


n,.,pii 


Si I- . S| I S| .d 


t, 


It! 


:t,.,t, 


d I- 


.S| I t| .t| 


d 


Je- sus 


reigns, and heav'n re- 


joi 


■ ces; 


Je-sas 


reigns, 


the God of 


love 


d.,d 


el I- .PI Is .s 


s 


Is 


Ir.,r 


n I- 


.s Is .f 


pi 


d.,d 


d I- .d I pi .d 


S| 


:s. 


IS|.,S| 


d I- 


.PI, Is, .s. 


d, 



f .,pi Ir .n 


If 

Ir 

yon 

Is 

Is, 


.s 

•PI 
-der 
.8 
.S, 


f :r 


r .,d It, .d 

See, He sits on 
s ,.s Is .s 
S, .,S| I s, .s, 


r It, 

throne ; 
s I— 
s, I— 



s ,,i In .f Is .1 

pi .,r Id .r In .f 

Je - sus rules the world a 

d, .,di I d| .d, Id .d 



In 



Id 



lone. 



d :- 



s,.,s, 


d 


Id 


Id .n 


r 


Ir 


Is .,s 


s 


:- .d In .r 


d 


s,.,s, 


S| 


Is, 


IS| .d 


t, 


:t, 


:t,.,t, 


d 


I- .s. It, 


d 


Hal-le 


lu 


- jah, 


Hal-le 


lu 


- J) 11 . 


Hal - le 


lu 


- - jah! A - 


men 


r].,n 


n 


In 


Is .a 


s 


Is 


Ir .,r 


n 


I- .n Is .f 


n 


d.,d 


d 


Id 


In .d 


s. 


is. 


IS, .,S| 


d 


I- .d, I~s7~ 


d, 



2 King of glory! reign for ever — 

Thine an everlasting crown ; 
Nothing, from Thy love shall sever 

Those who Thou hast made Thine own ;- 
Happy objects of Thy grace, 
Destined to behold Thy face. 



3 Saviour! hasten Thine appearing; 

Bring, oh, bring the glorious day, 
When, the awful summons hearing, 

Heaven and earth shall pass away;— 
Then, with golden harps, we'll sing, — 

"Glory, glory to our King!" 

Thomas Kelly, 1804. 



^He ^tscenbeb ^2otrb. 



ll S 


All 


Sai 


ats. 8s & 7s. 




German Choral, 1698. 


KeyC 

' d 1 :s 


U 


:i 


s I— . f | n :d 


s Il.tld 1 It 


1 11 |S I— V 


in :s 


If 


:i 


r :r |d Id 


s Is | fe I s 


s I f e 1 s I— J 


"Who is 
d' :d' 


this 
Id' 


that 

:r' 


comes from E- dom." 
r 1 ;t |d' Id' 


All His rai - ment 

n 1 ;r' |r' ir' 


stain 'd with blood, > 
n' Ir' |t I— I 


d :n 


H 


Ir 


t, :s, id :d 


d 1 it 11 Is 


d :r is I— ' 


d 1 :s 


H 


:i 


s :- . f | n : d 


s :l.t|d' It 


1 :i Is I— \ 


s in 


If 


:f 


r :r |d :d 


r Ir |r Ir 


r I-.d|t, I- / 


To the 
d 1 Id' 


slave 
|d' 


pro- 

Ir ! 


claim-ing free- dom, 

t la |s In 


Bring-ing and be- 

s Is | fe I s 


stow-ing good, / 
s I fe | s I— j 


pi Id 


H 


ir 


s :t, |d Id 


t. It, |1, It^ 


r Ir |S| I— 


r 1 Ir 1 


Ir' 


: d 1 .r 1 


n 1 Ir'.d'lr 1 Ir 1 


d 1 Is |l.t:d' 


r' Ir' |d' I— 


s : fe 


Is 


IB 


s Is s Is 


s In |f is 


1 is.f|n :— 


Glo- rious in 

t : i it 


the 

Id'.t 


garb He wears, 

d' id 1 |t It 


Glo-rious in the 

d' Id' |d' Id' 


spoil He bears ? 
d' It |d' I— 


s *.r 


Is 


In .r 


d In s Is 


n Id |f In 


f is |d 1- 



2 Tis the Saviour, now victorious, 
Traveling onward in His might! 

'Tis the Saviour! Oh! how glorious 

To His people is the sight! 
Mighty to redeem the slave, 
Jesus now is strong to save. 

3 Mighty Victor! reign for ever; 
Wear the crown so dearly won; 

Never shall Thy people, never, 

Cease to sing what Thou has done; 
Thou hast fought Thy people's foes; 
Thou wilt heal Thy people's woes. 

6 Thomas Kelly, 183 

Look, ye saints! — the sight is glorious; 
See the "Mau of sorrows" now! 

From the fight returned victorious, 
Every knee to Him shall bow: 
|| : Crown Him! crown Him!: || 
Crowns becomes the Victor's brow 



2 Crown the Saviour! angels! crown Him! 
Rich the trophies Jesus brings; 

In the seat of power enthrone Him, 
While the heavenly concave rings: 
|| : Crown Him! crown Him!:|| 
Crown the Saviour, "King of kings!" 

3 Sinners in derision crowned Him, 
Mocking thus the Saviour's claim; 

Saints and angels! crowd around Him, 
Own His title, praise His name: 
|| : Crowti Him ! crown Him I :|| 
Spread abroad the Victor's fame. 



4 Hark! those bursts of acclamation 
Hark! those loud, triumphant chords! 

Jesus takes the highest station; 
Oil! what joy the sight affords! 
|| : Crown Him! crown Him!:|| 
" King of kings, and Lord of lords." 

Thomas Kelly, 1804 



"©He ^Hogal ^2Prie${. 



2 20 Coronation, c. m. 



OLfVER HOLDEN, 1 793. 



Key 


G. 


























is, 


d 


Id |n In 


r Id |r In 


r Id 


|n 


Ir 


d I- 


1 


— 


I r , 


is, 


S| 


• S| |s, :s. 


S| . S| |S| . S| 


t, Id 


Id 


:t, 


d I- 


1 


— 


• s l / 


All 


hail the power of 


Je - sus' name! Let 


an - gels 


pros- 


trate 


faU; 






Bring / 


:s. 


PI 


: n 1 s : s 


f In |f Is 


f In 


Is 


If 


n I— 


1 




Ir \ 


is, 


di 


Id, |d id 


S| I S| |S| IS| 


s, 11, 


Is, 


Is, 


d, I— 


1 


— 


Is, 7 


n I r 


|d > 


s. f J n.r |n Is 


s I— |s I— 


1 


• 


|s Ife 


s 


• 


1- 


- In \ 


d ; s, 


roy - al 


n.r'd. t,|d I t| 
di - a - dem, And 


1 I— |r :— 

crown Him 


d I— 

Lord 


It, 11, 


t, 

all; 


I— 


1- 


- Id ) 


forth the 


of 


Bring ; 


PI '.T 


|d Ipi 


s.fln.r|n Ir 


1 I— |r I— 


n 


I— 


Ir :- 


r 


:— 


1- 


- Id V 


d :s. 


|n, Id 


11 .rid. t , d Is, 


i I- It, I- 


1, 


I — 


|r :- 


S| 


i— 


1- 


- Id ' 


s : pi 


|d In 
|d Id 


r.dlr.n |r Id 
t7.1|IMIt| Id 


s :- |f :- 

d I- |1| I- 


n I- 


-.t|r 


Ir 

- IS| 


d 

s. 


I— 


1- 

1- 


d :d 


s, I- 


- 1- 


forth the 


roy - al 


di - a - dem, And 


crowa Him 


Lord 


of 


all. 






i'i :s 


s Is 


s Is £ Ipi 


d I- |d I— 


d I 


-.r|t,.rlf 


n 


I— 


1- 


d :< 


1 


In Id 


S| I s. 


|S, 11, 


n, I- 


f. I- 




s, I 


- 1- 


- I 


S| 


ii 


I— 


1- 



2 Let high-born seraphs tune the lyre, 
And, as they tune it, fall 

Before His face who tunes their choir, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

3 Ye seed of Israel's chosen race, 
Ye ransomed of the fall, 

Hail Him who saves you by His grace, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

4 Hail Him, ye heirs of David's line, 
Whom David Lord did call: 



The God incarnate, Man Divine; 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

5 Sinners! whose love can ne'er forget 
The wormwood and the gall, 

Go, spread your trophies at His feet . 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

6 Let every tribe and every tongue, 
That bound creation's call, 

Now shout in universal song 
The crowned Lord of all. 

Edward Perronet, 1779. 



[SECOND TUNE.] 



Miles Lane. c. 


M. 




■ ke 
Is, 


v B>. 
d Id 


|d Ir 


n 


Ir .d |r Is, 


In, 


s, 11, 


|s, Is, 


S| 


IS|.fe,|S| Is, 


All 
Bring 
Id 


hail the 
forth the 
n If 


power of 
roy - al 

Id It, 


Je 
di 
d 


- sus' name! Let 

- a - dem, (Omit 
Ir |t, Id 


Id, 


d, If> 


In, Is, 


d 


It,. l,|s, In, 



William Shri'bsole, 1779 

D.C. 



1. 
f, 

an 


IM.In, Ir, 
I r, |r,.d,I t 2 

- gels pros - trate 


d, I- |- 
d, I- 1- 

fall; 


d 

f. 


11, |S, "lS,.f| 

If, |s, Is 2 


n, I— 1 — 
d, I- 1- 



"©he QRogcrl IJPriesi. 



:s, 


d :— |d :— 


:fi 


pi, :— in, :— 


And 


crown Him, 


:t, 


d :— |s, :— 


:s. 


d, :- id, :- 



m 


I — 


|n :- 


S| 


'. — 


Is, :- 


crown 


Him, 


d 


'. — 


id :- 


d, 


'. — 


l^ :- 



s :— |s i— 

s, :— |s, :— 

crown Him, 
pi '.— \n I— 

d :-|d :— 



n : — if : 

s, :-|i, : 

crown Him 

d :— |d : 
d. :-!*■ : 



pi I— |r 

s, :-|f, 

Lord of 

d r — l*i 

s, :— |s 2 



221 Ferguson, s. M. 



Key C. 



Is 

,:■ 

Crow 

'Is 

:d 



s :n 


Id' 

:pi 

with 
Is 

:d 


pi : d 

n Him 

s :— 
d :— 



d 1 :t :i 



1 :j :f 

ma - ny 

i :# :d> 

i :— :f 



s :— 
pi j— 

crowns, 

d 1 :- 



In 

:d 

The 

:s 



d :— :d 



f :- 

d :— 

Lamb 

i :— 
d :— 



s 

;r 

np- 
is 

:t, 



Geo. Kingslhy, 1843. 



If 

:r 

His 

:i 
Mi 



r . — 

t. :- 

throne ; 
s '.— 



.s 
•*r 

Harlk 

:t 

:s. 



s 


:— 


In 1 


PI 


:— 


Is 


s!how 


the 


d< 


:— 


:d> 


d 


:— 


:d 



n 1 Ir 1 Id 1 


d 1 :t :i 
1 :s :t 


s :— :s 
n :— :r 


d 1 :r' :n' 

s :— : d 1 


f ' :— : t 
t :— :f 


d 1 : 


s I— Is 


n '.- 


heav'n - ly 


an - them 


drowns All 


mu - sic 


but its 


own! 


d' :t fd 1 


d 1 :— : d 1 


d' :- : t 


d 1 :t :d> 


r 1 '.— '.s 


s :- 


d '.t In 


f :— :f 


d :— : 1 


n Ir Id 


s :— :s 


d :- 



2 Awake, my soul! and sing 
Of Him who died for Thee; 

And hail Him as thy matchless King, 
Through all eternity. 

3 Crown Him, the Lord of lovel 
Behold His hands and side, — 

Rich wounds, yet visible above 
In beauty glorified: 

4 Crown Him, the Lord of peace! 
Whose power a sceptre sways, 

From pole to pole, that wars may cease, 
Absorbed in prayer and praise: 

5 Crown Him, the Lord of years! 
The Potentate of time, 

Creator of the rolling spheres, 
Ineffably sublime! 

Matthew Bridges, 1852. 

222 

Awake, and sing the song 
Of Moses and the Lamb: 



Wake, every heart, and every tongue! 
To praise the Saviour's name. 

2 Sing of His dying love; 
Sing of His rising power; 

Sing — how He intercedes above 
For those whose sins He bore. 

3 Sing, till we feel our hearts 
Ascending with our tongues; 

Sing, till the love of sin departs, 
And grace inspires our songs. 

4 Sing on your heavenly way, 
Ye ransomed sinners! sing; 

Sing on, rejoicing, every day, 
In Christ, th' eternal King. 

5 Soon shall ye hear Him say, 
"Ye blessed children! come;" 

Soon will He call you hence away, 
And take His wanderers home. 

William Hammond, 1745. 
Alt. Martin Madan, 1760. 



223 

Enthroned is Jesus now 
Upon His heavenly seat; 

The kingly crown is on His brow, 
The saints are at His feet. 



The Lamb, thro whose atoning blood 
Each wears his diadem. 



2 They sing the Lamb of God, 
Once slain on earth for them; 

224 Rathbun. 8s & 7s. 

Key D. 



3 Thy grace, Holy Ghost! 

Thy blessed help supply, 
That we may join that radiant host, 

Triumphant in the sky. 

Thomas Ja?nes Judkin, 1837, a. 
Ithamar Conkey, 1847. 



s 


:— id 1 


pi 1 :— :d' 


tills 


d 1 Is I 


s I- 11 


pi I— Ir 


n I— I fe 


s I— I— \ 


d 


'.— In 


s :— : s 


f I— If 


pi Ipi I 


d I— Id 


d :-:t, 


d In Ir 


r I— I — J 


la 


the 


cross of 


Christ I 


glo-ry, 


Tower - ing 


o'er the 


wrecks of 


time ; \ 


PI 


:— :s 


d 1 :— Id" 


r 1 : d' : t 


d 1 Id'I 


d' I— 11 


s :— :s 


s Id' Id 1 


t I— I— I 


(1 


:-:d 


d I — In 


s I— Is 


d Id I 


pi I-If 


s i— : s, 


(TTl.Ir 


s, i-:-/ 


s 


:— :d> 


pi 1 :— id 1 


r 1 Id'.tll.s 


d 1 Is I 


s I— 11 


s :-:d' 


n I— Ir 


d I— I— 


n 


:— In 


s :— : s 


f I— If 


pi In I 


pi I— If 


pi I— In 


d I- It, 


d I— I— 


All 


the 


light of 


sa - cred 


sto- ry 


Gath - ers 


round its 


head sub- 


lime. 


(V 


'.— Is 

:— :d 


pi : s : d 1 


t Ir'It 

s I— Is 


d 1 Id 1 ! 
d Id I 


d' I- Id' 
d I— Id 


d' I— & 

d I— Id.n 


s I- If 

s I— Is, 


n I— I— 
d I— I— 


(1 


d I— In 



2 When the woes of life o'ertake me, 
Hopes deceive, and fears annoy, 

Never shall the cross forsake me: 
Lo! it glows with peace and joy. 

3 When the sun of bliss is beaming 
Light and love upon my way, 

From the cross the radiance, streaming, 
Adds more lustre to the day. 

John Boiuring, 1826. 

225 

Hark the notes of angels, singing, 

'Glory, glory to the Lamb!" 
All in heaven their tribute bringing, 
Raising high the Saviour's name. 

2 Ye, for whom His life was given! 
Sacred themes to you belong; 

Come, assist the choir of heaven; 
Join the everlasting song. 

3 See, th' angelic hosts have crowned Him, 
Jesus fills the throne on high: 

Countless myriads, hovering round Him, 
With His praises rend the sky. 



4 Filled with holy emulation, 
Let us vie with those above; 

Sweet the theme — a free salvation! 
Fruit of everlasting love. 

5 Endless life in Him possessing, 
Let us praise His precious name, 

Glory, honor, power, and blessing, 
Be for ever to the Lamb! 

Thomas Kelly, 1804. 
226 

Christ, above all glory seated, 
King eternal, strong to save, 

Dying, Thou hast death defeated; 
Buried, Thou hast spoiled the grave! 

2 Thou art gone where now is given 
What no mortal might could gain, 

On th' eternal throne of heaven, 
In Thy Father's power to reign. 

3 There Thy kingdoms all adore Thee, 
Heaven above and earth below, 

While the depths of hell before Thee 
Tremblingr and defeated bow. 



®he ^Stogai ^JPriesi. 



4 We, Lord, with hearts adoring, 
Follow Thee above the sky; 

Hear our prayers Thy grace imploring, 
Lift our souls to Thee on high. 

227 Brooklyn, h. m. 

Key b\?. 



5 So when Thou again in glory 

On the clouds of heaven shalt shine, 

We Thy flock may stand before Thee, 
Owned for evermore as Thine. 

James Russell Woodford, 1863. 



John Zundel, 1852. 



Fair 
Is, 

is, 



d : .d,|Pl, Is, 

d :-.di|ni| is, 

shines themoro-ing 

d :-.d,|n, is, 
d :-.d,|pi, is. 



d : — 
d :— 

star, 

d :— 
d :— 



.s, 
Is, 

The 
Is, 
Is, 



.s,|d 


Ir 


-.Pll | m ( 


Is, 


ver trump-ets 


-•s,|d 


Ir 


-.pi,|n, 


Is, 



PI .— 
d I- 

sound, 
pi I— 
d I- 



F. t 
I"l 

Idf 

Their 
:»d 
Id.f, 



s I-.pi I f I r 
pi :-.d|r It, 

notes re-echo - ing 



-.s s 

-.s,|s, 



Is 

Is, 





PI I-.f |s 




d I-.r |n 




far, 

s I- |- 

d I- |- 



If 

Ir 

While 
II 

If. 



pi I-.n |f Ir 
d I-.d|r It, 

dawns the day a - 
s I-.s |s If 

s, :-.s,|S| is. 



n 


|d In 


d 


Id Id 


the 


year of 


s 


|n Is 


d 


Id Id 



r I f.m jr 
t, IrTdJt, 

ju - bi - lee, 
sis s 
s, Is, |s, 



ff 
Ir 

Is, 

It 

It, 

I*, 



f. B^. 
dS,I- 

dS,I- 

round: 

nt,:- 

ds,I- 

s : 
s, : 

is 
d 
n, : 



.s, 
Is, 
Joy 
Is, 
Is, 



d Id |d I-.r 

d Id |d I-.t 

to tie slave; the 

d Id |d I-.r 

d Id |d I-.t 



2 Blow ye the trumpet, — blow! — 
The gladly solemn sound; 

Let all the nations know, 

To earth's remotest bound, — 
The year of jubilee is come ; 
Return, ye ransomed sinners ! home. 

3 Extol the Lamb of God,— 
The all-atoning Lamb, 

Redemption in His blood, 

Throughout the world proclaim; 
The year of jubilee is come; 
Return, ye ransomed sinners I home. 

4 Ye, who have sold for naught 
Your heritage above! 

Shall have it back unbought, 

The gift of Jesus' love; 
The year of jubilee is come; 
Return, ye ransomed sinners! home. 

v. 1, James Montgomery, 1825. 
T. 2, 3 * 4, Charles Wesley, 1750 



.11 jd If 
.s, in, II, 
the year of 
.d|d Id 

.n.H. if. 
228 



n I— 



|r 

|fi 

bi 
It, 

Is, 



n Ipi |n I-.f 

d Id |d I-.d ( 

slave is free ; It 

n In I pi I-.r 

d Id |d I-.d' 

d I- |- 

n, I— I— 

lee. 

d I- |- 

d, I- I- 



God is gone up on high, 

With a triumphant noise; 
The clarions of the sky 

Proclaim th' angelic joys: 
Join, all on earth! rejoice and sing, 
Glory ascribe to glory's King. 

2 All power to our great Lord 
Is by the Father given; 

By angel hosts adored, 

He reigns supreme in heaven: 
Join, all on earth! rejoice and sing, 
Glory ascribe to glory's King. 

3 Till all the earth, renewed 
In righteousness divine, 

With all the hosts of God, 
In one great chorus join, 
Join, all on earth! rejoice and sing, 
Glory ascribe to glory's King. 

Charles Wesley, 1746. 



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,34 Bedford. 

Key Et>. 


C. M. 




1 s 


pi :d |1 :s 


1 :n ir :s 


d 1 :t 


:d 


d :d |d :d 


d.t,:d It, *.r 


d :r 


My 


soul doth mag - ni - 
s *. s |f :n 


fy the Lord, My 

f :s |s :s 


Spir-it 

s.fels 


m 


d In |f :d 


r *.d |s, :t. 


iT~:si 


In 


f :s 11 :s 


f In |r :s 


ace. 

d 1 In 


:d 


d :d id :t, 


d.r;d |t, :t, 


d ;d 


In 


God, my Sav - iour 

f ;n |f :r 


and my God; I 
f .r In .f |s :s 


hear His 

s :i 


:d 


i, :d |f, :s, 


Vt,:d" |s, :f, 


n, :i. 



William Wheall, 1720. 



1 

ir .d 



s :— 
t, :- 



If 

Id 

joy 

11 



re- 


joice 






:fe 


S 


:— 


— \ 


:r 


s. 


; — 


— / 


Ir 


d 


:— 


— 




:t, 


d 


:— 


— 




■ful 


voice. 






:s.f 


n 


:— 


— 




*. s, 


d 


:— 


— 





2 I need not go abroad for joy, 
Who have a feast at home; 

My sighs are turned into songs, 
The Comforter is come! 

3 Down from above, the blessed Dove 
Is come into my breast, 

To witness God's eternal love; 
This is my heavenly feast. 

John Mason, 1683, 

2 35 

Our God, our God! Thou shinest here, 

Thine own this latter day: 
To us Thy radiant steps appear; 

We watch Thy glorious way. 

2 Not only olden ages felt 
The presence of the Lord; 

Not only with the fathers dwelt 
Thy Spirit and Thy word. 

3 Doth not the Spirit still descend, 
And bring the heavenly fire? 

Doth not He still Thy church extend 
And waiting souls inspire ? 

4 Come, Holy Ghost, in us arise, 
Be this Thy mighty hour! 

And make Thy willing people wise 
To know Thy day of power! 

Thomas Hornblower Gill, 1846, ab. 



236 



In Thy great name, O Lord! we come 

To worship at Thy feet; 
Oh! pour Thy Holy Spirit down 

On all that now shall meet. 

2 Teach us to pray, and praise, and hear, 
And understand Thy word; 

To feel Thy blissful presence near, 
And trust our living Lord. 

3 Let sinners, Lord! Thy goodness prove, 
And saints rejoice in Thee; 

Let rebels be subdued by love, 
And to the Saviour flee. 

Joseph Hoskins, 1788. 

Enthroned on high, almighty Lord! 

Thy Holy Ghost send down ; 
Fulfill in us Thy faithful word, 

And all Thy mercies crown. 

2 Though, on our heads, no tongues of fire 
Their wondrous powers impart, 

Grant, Saviour! what we more desire, 
Thy Spirit in our heart. 

3 His love within us shed abroad, — 
Life's ever-springing well, 

Till God in us, and we in God, 
In love eternal dwell. 

Thomas Haweis, 1792. 



"©He ibotg @>hosi. 



-3° b 


t. Agnes 


. C. M. 






J. B. 


Dykes, i8 


KeyG. 


Legato. 




pi In In 


r I— In 


i :- :t, 


d :— :— 


s, :si is, 


n I— Ir 


r I — 


S| : S| : s. 


i, :— :s, 


f, :i, is, 


s, :— :— 


s, : s, : s, 


s, I— Ife, 


s, I— 


Come,Ho-ly 


Spir - it, 


heav'n - ly 


Dove, 


With all Thy 


quick-'ning 


powers 


n :n Id 


f :— :d 


r : — Ir 


n :— i— 


f In Ir 


d I— Id 


t, :- 


d Id In, 


f, :— :n. 


r, :— is. 


d :- :— 


r :d :t, 


d I- 11, 


s, I— 


f :f m 


r :— :d 


t, :- :i, 


S| :— :— 


s, :i, :d 


n I— Ir 


d I— 


i. :i. :s, 

Kiudle a 


f, :— : fe, 

flame of 


s, :— : fe, 

sa - cred 


a, :— :— 

love 


s, : s, : f. 

In these cold 


n, Is, If, 


pi, I— 


hearts of 


ours. 


i, :t, :de 


r :— ir 


r :— :d 


ti :- :- 


d id Id 


d I- It, 


d I— 


r, :r, :r, 


r, :— :r, 


s, :— is, 


s, :- : f, 


PI; If, 11, 


S| I— I s, 


d, I- 



2 Look — how we grovel here below, 
Fond of these trifling toys! 

Our souls can neither fly nor go, 
To reach eternal joys. 

3 In vain we tune our formal songs, 
In vain we try to rise; 

Hosannas languish on our tongues, 
And our devotion dies. 

4 Dear Lord! and shall we ever live, 
At this poor dying rate? 

Our love so faint, so cold to Thee, 
And Thine to us so great ? 

5 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove! 
With all Thy quickening powers; 

Come, shed abroad a Saviour's love, 
And that shall kindle ours. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 

Eterxal Spirit! — God of truth! 

Our contrite hearts inspire; 
Kindle the flame of heavenly love, 

And feed the pure desire. 

2 'Tis Thine to soothe the sorr'wing soul, 
With guilt and fears oppress'd: 

'Tis Thine to bid the dying live, 
And give the weary rest. 

K 



3 Subdue the power of every sin, 
Whate'er that sin may be; 

That we, in singleness of heart, 
May worship only Thee. 

4 Then with our spirits witness bear, 
That we're the sons of God; 

Redeemed from sin, and death, and hell, 
Through Christ's atoning blood. 

Tliomas Cotterill, 1810. 

Spirit Divine! attend our prayers, 
And make this house Thy home; 

Descend with all Thy gracious powers, 
Oh! come, great Spirit! come. 

2 Come as the light; to us reveal, 
Our emptiness and woe; 

And lead us in those paths of life 
Where all the righteous go. 

3 Come as the fire ; and purge our hearts 
Like sacrificial flame; 

Let our whole soul an offering be 
To our Redeemer's name. 

4 Come as the dove ; and spread Thy wings 
The wings of peaceful love; 

And let Thy church on earth become 
Bless'd as the church above. 

Andrew Reed, 1829. 



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24I Olmutz. s. 

Key b\?. 
/ S| : 1, .s, d :r 


M. 

d :— 


d :ti .1 


Lowell Mason, 

l, :i, s, :— 


1824. 


\ 


Pii : f 1 .pi. 


n, :f, 


ni :— 


nii !S| .s, 


s, : fe, 


s, :— 


) 




Come, Ho - ly 

d :d .d 


Spir - it! 

d :t, 


come; 

d :— 


Let Thy bright 
d Ir .pi 


beams a - 
r :d 


rise; 

t. :- 


' 


1 


d, Id, .d, 


1, :s, 


d, :— 


1, Is, .d. 


r. :r, 


si :— 




/ 


s, :i, .s, 


d :t, 


d .r Id 


d :t| .1 


ii :s. 


s, :— 




' 


Pl| ' f| .n, 

Dis - pel the 
d :d .d 


n, :s, 

dark - ness 

d *.r 


n, . f, In, 
from our minds, 
d .t, Id 


S| Is, .S| 
And - pen 

n Ir .d 


all our 

d :t, 


pi, :— 

eyes. 

d :— 






d, :d, .d, 


di :s, 


i,.s, :d 


d| Is, .ri. 


f| *.S| 


d, :- 






2 Revive oui 
Our doubt 


drooping fait 
3 and fears rei 


nove, 


242 

'Tis God the Spirit leads 







And kindle in our breasts the flame 
Of never-dying love. 

3 Convince us of our sin; 
Then lead to Jesus' blood, 

And to our wondering view reveal 
The secret love of God. 

4 Dwell ever in our hearts; 
Our minds from bondage free; 

Then shall we know, and praise, and love, 
The Father, Son, and Thee. 

Joseph Hart, 1759. 

243 Martyrdom, c. m. 



Key 


At>. 










• S| 


d 


:- :i. 


S! I — : d.r 


pi :— 


Ir 


d :— 


:n, 


S| 


:- :u 


pi, :— ISiJ., 


Si :— 


:fi 


pi, :— 


Spii 


-it 


of 


power and 


might 


be- 


hold 


: d 


n 


:— :d 


d :— :d 


d :— 


^ti 


d :— 


:d, 


d, 


:— :d. 


d, :— in,.!) 


s, :— 


• S| 


d, :— 


Is 


n 


:— ir 


d I— In 


f :— 


'. PI 


r I— 


:si 


S| 


:- :t, 


i, :- :ta, 


ii :- 


:s. 


s, :— 


Cre- 


a 


tor 


Spir - it! 


as 


of 


old, 


I'.T 


d 


:— :f 


n :— :d 


d :— 


:d 


t> :- 


i'.t, 


d 


:— :s, 


ii :— :s, 


f. :- 


:d ( 


S| •— 



In paths before unknown; 
The work to be performed is ours, 
The strength is all His own. 

2 Supported by His grace, 
We still pursue our way; 

And hope at last to reach the prize, 
Secure in endless day. 

3 'Tis He that works to will, 
'Tis He that works to do; 

He is the power by which we act, 
His be the glory too. 

Benjamin Beddome, 1769. 



,P1 

: s, 

A 
d 

:d, 

In 

: s. 

Move 

:d 



s 


:— 


:n.r 


S| 


:— 


:s. 


world 


by 


d 


:— 


:d.t, 


"i 


:— 


:d,.r, 



I'll 




:d.r 

is]!, 


(IU 




the 


d 


:— 


:d 


di 


:f. 


:n,.fi 



Hugh Wilson, 1798. 


d :— 


:pi 


r :— 


s, :— 


:s. 


s, :— 


sin 


de- 


stroyed ; 


d :— 


:d 


ti :— 


n, :— 


:di 


s, :— 


pi :— 


Ir 


d :— 


S| :— 


:fi 


pi, :— 


form - 


less 


void. 


d :— 


:t. 


d :— 


s, :— 


:s, 


d, :- 



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2 If sang the morning stars for joy, 
When nature rose to view, 

What strains will angel-harps employ, 
When Thou shalt all renew? 

3 And, if the sons of God rejoice 
To hear a Saviour's name, 

How will the ransomed raise their voice, 
To whom the Saviour came! 

4 So every kindred, tongue, and tribe, 
Assembling round the throne, 

The new creation shall ascribe 
To sovereign love alone. 

Jamfs Afontgomery, 1825. 



M4 



Great Spirit! by whose mighty power 

All creatures live and move, 
On us Thy benediction shower; 

Inspire our souls with love. 

2 From death to life our spirits raise; 
Complete redemption bring; 

New tongues impart, to speak the praise 
Of Christ, our God and King. 

3 Thine inward witness bear, unknown 
To all the world beside; 

Exulting, then, we feel and own 
Our Jesus glorified. 

Tllomas Haiueis, 1792. 



-41 


: bt. Cuthbe 


rt. 


b 6* 


u- 








John B. Dykes, i860 


KEY E>. 














Id 


d ".- .d |r In 


f 


:-.f |m 


I s 


d> 


In 


m 


lie 


s I— | — 


is. 


s, I- .s, | S| :d 


d 


I-.d |d 


Id.t, 


d 


Id 


Id 


Id 


t, I- 1- 


Our 


blest Re-deem-er, 


ere 


He breath'd His 


ten 


-der, 


last 


fare- 


well, 


;m 


n I- M |f Is 




H Is 


in.f 


S 


I S 


11 


H 


s I— |— 


id 


d I-.d |d Id 


M 


If, Id 


IdTr 


n 


Id 


Hi 


Ir 


s, I — 1 — 


:i 


n I- .n |f Is 




11 |8 


In 


s 


• — 


1- 


If 


n ;— |— 


:t. 


d :-.d |d : ta, 


1| 


It, |d 


Id 


d 


I— 


|t| 


I— 


d I— 1 — 


A 


Guide, a Com- fort- 


er, 


bequeath' 


d With 


us 




to 




dwell. 


Is 


S I- .s 1 1 In 
d I-.d |d id 




If Is 
Ir | pi 


IS 

Id 


n 

S| 


I— 


|r 


is 


s I— |— 


I s. 


Is, 


I — 


d I- 1— 


He came sweet influence to 


impart, 


And every 


thoug 


lit of 


lioliness, — 


Ag 


racious willing guest, 








Are 


His 


alone 







2 

While He cau find one troubled heart 
Wherein to rest. 

3 And His that gentle voice we hear, 
Soft as the breath of even, 

That checks each thought, that calms each 
And speaks of heaven. [fear, 

4 And every virtue we possess, 
And every conquest won, 



5 Spirit of purity and grace, 
Our weakness, pitying, see; 

make our hearts Thy dwelling-place, 
And worthier Thee. 

6 praise the Father, praise the Son; 
Blest Spirit, praise to Thee; 

All praise to God, the Three in One, 
The One in Three. 

Harriet Auder, 1829, a. 



"©He ifoolg (S)hosi 



L40 ] 


Pley. 


d. 


7S. 










Ignace Pleyel, 1790. 


kbyg. 














pi :s 


r :- 


.pi 


i :r 


pi :— 


pi :s 


r 


:-.n 


f :r 


d :— 


d :d 


ti :- 


.d 


r :t, 


d :— 


d :d 


ti 


:-.d 


r :t, 


d :— 


Ho - ly 


Ghost! 


my 


soul in - 


spire ; 


Spir - it 


of 


th' al- 


might-y 


Sire! 


s : s 


s :- 


.S 


1 :s 


s I— 


s Is 


s 


;- .s 


1 :s.f 


pi :— 


di Irii 


s, :- 


.n, 


r, :s, 


d, :- 


di :p!i 


S| 


:- .pi, 


ri :s, 


d, :- 


r In 


d :- 


.r 


ti Hi 


si :— 


pi Is 


r 


:- .n 


f :r 


d :— 


s, : se, 


i. :- 


• 1. 


s, : fe) 


s, :— 


d Id 


ti 


:-.d 


r :t, 


d :— 


Spir - it 


of 


the 


Son di - 


vine! 


Com - fort- 


er! 


Thy 


gifts be 


mine. 


t, :n. 


ni :- 


.r 


r :r .d 


t, :- 


s :s 


S 


:- .s 


1 :s.f 


PI ;— 


Si ;wi 


i. :- 


.fe, 


81 :ri 


s, :— 


di *Pi| 


S| 


:-.pi, 


r, :s. 


di :— 



2 Holy Spirit! in my breast, 
Grant that living faith may rest; 
And subdue each rebel thought 
To believe what Thou hast taught. 

3 When around my sinking soul 
Gathering waves of sorrow roll, 
Spirit bless'd! the tempest still, 
And with hope my bosom fill. 

4 Holy Spirit! from my mind 
Thought, and wish, and will unkind, 
Deed and word unkind remove, 
And my bosom fill with love. 

5 Faith, and hope, and charity, 
Comforter! descend from Thee: 
Thou th' anointing Spirit art; 
These Thy gifts to us impart! 

Richard Mant, 1837. 



^T"/ CM. Tune— CHERITH. 

A glory gilds the sacred page, 

Majestic, like the sun; 
It gives a light to every age; — 

It gives, but borrows none. 

2 The hand, that gave it, still supplies 
The gracious light and heat; 

His truths upon the nations rise, — ■ 
They rise, but never set. 

3 Let everlasting thanks be Thine, 
For such a bright display, 

As makes a world of darkness shiue 
With beams of heavenly day. 

4 My soul rejoices to pursue 
The steps of Him I love, 

Till glory breaks upon my view, 
In brighter worlds above. 

William Cowper, 1772. 



4 


Che 


nth. c. 


M. 








L. Spohk, 1840 


Key G. 






:s, 


m : — : n 


s :— :d 


pi :— Ir 


d :— :d 


1 : s : n 


f :— 


;s 


pi :— 


:s, 


Si :— :d 


d :— :d 


d :- :t, 


d :— Id 


&~T- :d 


d :— 


:ti 


d :— 


Fa- 


ther of 


mer - cies! 


in Thy 


word, What 


end - less 


glo - 


ry 


shines! 


:s, 


d •— :s 


s :— ;s 


s :— :f 


PI :— IP! 


f :s :i 


1 :— 


: s 


s :— 


:s, 


d :- :d 


pii :— :pi| 


s, :— :s, 


d :- :d 


fi :n, :i. 


ri :— 


:s. 


d, :- 



^Ke SBnspircb ^Scripiurcs. 



In 


r :— :de 


r I— In 


i :— 


:i 


s :— ;s 


d I— 


I r 


n I— ;r 


d : 


:d 


t,I — He, 


ti :— :de 


r :— 


*.na 


r I— ;r 


d I— 


Id 


d is, ; s, 


s, :- 


For 


ev - er 


be Thy 


name 


a- 


dored, For 


these 


ce- 


les - tial 


lines 


Is 


s *.— is 


S :— Is 


i :— 


lie 


s I— If 


PI I— 


Ife 


s I— If 


PI I- 


Id 


s, :— is, 


s : f In 


r : — 


Id 


t, I- It, 


d Hi 


I la, 


s, :— ;s, 


d, I- 



2 Oh! may these heavenly pages be 

My ever dear delight; 
And still new beauties may I see, 

And still increasing light. 



3 Divine Instructor, gracious Lord! 

Be Thou for ever near; 
Teach me to love Thy sacred word, 

And view my Saviour there. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 



249 



Laden with guilt, and full of fears, 

I fly to Thee, my Lord! 
And not a glimpse of hope appears, 

But in Thy written word. 

2 Oh! may thy counsels, mighty God! 
My roving feet command; 
Nor I forsake the happy road, 
That leads to Thy right Hand. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



2 CO Burlington. 

Key Eb. 



Id^r 

Id 

Be - 

Id 



pi : f .pi |r : 1 

d : d |d it, 

gin, my tongue! some 

s : 1 . s I f e if 

d Id - |d Id 



C. M. 

s ;d 

d Id 

heav'n-ly 
n 1 fe 

d :i, 



r Is 

It, Ir 

theme, And 

s Is 

Is, It, 



John F Burrowes, 1830. 



fe I s 

d Ir I pi 

speak some bound 



t .lls.fe 
"rTd 



It 

Is, 



less 
s.llt .1 



s 

t, 

thing, 
s 

S| 



Is 

It, 

The 
I s 
Is.f 



d' It .,l|s Id 

d id I id 

might- y works, or 

s if |s is 

pi ;f |pi In 



d 1 :t.,i|s if 

d Id "|d Ir 


n .si f .r |d 

d .nlr .1,|S| 


;n .,r 


ft ft 


1- 

1- 


might- ier name Of 


our e - ter 


- nal 


King. 




s If |s Is 


s.tal 1 .f |n 


If 


n ;— 


1- 


pi If |n :t| 


d.deir .f,|s, 


IS, 


d I— 


1- 



2 Tell of His wondrous faithfulness, 
And sound His power abroad; 

Sing the sweet promise of His grace, 
And the performing God. 



3 Engraved as in eternal brass, 
The mighty promise shines, 

Nor can the powers of darkness raze 
Those everlasting lines. 



4 His very word of grace is strong 
As that which built the skies: 

The voice that rolls the stars along 
Speaks all the promises. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



^Ke ^mspitret) /-Scriptures. 



2^1 Gilead l. m 














E. H 


Mehul, 1807. 




Key B>. 

i, :- lli *.t, 


d :— i— :d 


d :— id :— 


d I— 


1- 


• 


d I- |r :r v 


I 


b, :- |i, :t, 


d :— i— :ni 


"I :- Is, :- 


n, :— 


1- 


I— 


n, :— Is, :s, ) 




The heav'ns de- 

s, :- |i, :t, 


clare Thy 

d :— I— Id 


glo - ry, 

d :— in :— 


Lord! 
d I— 


1- 


• 


In ev - 'ry ) 

d :- it, :t, \ 


1 


a, :- n, :t, 


d :- I- Id, 


d, :- id, :- 


d, I- 


1- 


I — 


1, I— |s, Is, / 




pi :— l— In 


d :- if :- 


r :- 1- I- 


s, I— 


11. 


It, 


d I- 1- Id 




s, :- 1- :s, 


i, :- Hi :- 


s, :- 1- :- 


s, I— 


Hi 


It, 


d I— 1— ;n, ) 




star Thy 

d :- i- :d 


wis - dom 
d I— |r I— 


shines; 

t, :- 1- i- 


But, 

si :— 


when our 
11, It, 


eyes be - \ 

d : — i — : d I 




d :— i— :d. 


f. I- ir, I- 


s, I— 1— I— 


s, I— 


Hi 


It, 


d :- 1- Id, ) 


/ 


d :-|i :- 


n :-)-:- 


r I — |r :r 


n I— |— ;n 


d :- 


- Ir I- 


d :-i-:- 


\ 


n,:-n, :- 


s, :— i— :— 


i, :- |i, :i< 


se,;— | — : se t 


n, I- 


-11, I- 


n, I-l-I- 


, 


hold Thy 

d :— id :- 


word, 

d :-|-:- 


We read Thy 
1,1-11. Hi 


name in 

1. 1- l-:t, 


fair 

d I- 


- er 

- It, I- 


lines. 

d :-i-:- 


1 


d, :— id, :— 


d, 


i— 1— :— 


f|I- 


-111 If, 


nil :— 


— In, 


lil- 


- Is, 


:— 


d, :-!-:- 



2 The rolling sun, the changing light, 6 Thy noblest wonders here we view, 

And nights and days Thy power confess; In souls renewed, and sins forgiven: 

But the bless'd volume Thou hast writ Lord! cleanse my sins, my soul renew, 
Reveals Thy justice and Thy grace. And make Thy word my guide to heaven. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



3 Sun, moon, and stars convey Thy praise, 
Round the whole earth, and never stand ; 

So, when Thy truth began its race, 
It touched and glanced on every land. 

4 Xor shall Thy spreading gospel rest, 
Till thro the world Thy truth has run; 

Till Christ has all the nations bless'd, 
That see the light, or feel the sun. 



252 

God, in the gospel of His Son, 
Makes His eternal counsels known: 
Where love in all its glory shines, 
And truth is drawn in fairest lines. 

2 Here sinners, of an humble frame, 
May taste His grace, and learn His name; 
May read, in characters of blood, 
The wisdom, power, aud grace of God. 



5 Great Sun of Righteousness! arise; 3 Here faith reveals to mortal eyes 
Bless the dark world with heavenly light; A brighter world beyond the skies; 

Thy gospel makes the simple wise, Here shines the light which guides our way 

thy laws are pure, Thv judgments right From earth to realms of endless day. 



Benjamin Beddome, 1787. 



UJIeed of (SLhrisii. 



2 53 

Key 


Canterbury 

G. 
t ;r |n Id 


r 


C. M. 

In |f 


:f 




PI 


Ir 


Edward Blancks, 1592. 

|d In r .— |— \ 


lis, 


s, is, s, : i| 


ta, : ta, 1 1, 


:d 


d It, |d id 


t. I- 1- j 


< How 


sad our state by 


na - ture is! 


Our 


sin — how deep it 


stains! i 


/in 


i ;r |d ;n 


s :s if 


If 


S IS |P1 IS 


s I- |- 


\:d 


d :t| |d :i. 


s. :d if, 


Hi 


d Is, 1, In, 


s, I- 1- ' 


/ :r 


f In |r ;d 


r :r |n 


In 


r in |f ;r 


d I- |- 


\:s, 


ii is, if, :n, 


i, :s, |s, 


H. 


1. Id |1, it, 


d I- I- 


< And 


Sa - tan binds our 


cap- tive minds, Fast 


in his slav - ish 


chains. 


/it, 


j :d i, :d 


d :t, id 


Id 


f Is |f If 


n I- |- 


\ * s i 


fi id, Ipi :i. 


f, :s, id 


11, 


f. In, |r, ;s. 


d I- |- 


2 But there's a voice of sovereign grace, 
Sounds from the sacred word ; — 


3 My soul obeys th' almighty call, 
And runs to this relief; 


"Ho! ye despairing sinners! come, 
And trust upon the Lord." 

254 Windham, l. m. 


I would believe Thy promise, Lord! 
Oh! help my unbelief. 

Isaac Watts, 1707 
Daniel Read, 1785. 


/:ii 


Key F. Lah is D. 

d .r In in 


d .t, :i, 


H. 


d .t| Id In 




r .d it, 


\:i. 


li .se,: I, :d 


1, -se,: 1, 


Hi 


li .se,: 1, :l. 




se,. 1, ise, 


( Show 


pi - ty, Lord ! 


Lord! for-give, Let 


a re - pent - ing 




reb-el live ; 


/id 


1*1 .n ; pi In 


n .r ;d 


Id 


n .n In In 




n .n In 


\:ii 


ii .t, :d :i, 


m, .i'i, 11, 


Hi 


1, .n, 11, Id 


't, .1, In, 


/:t, 


d .r in : 1 


1 .se: 1 ;n 




n .f ;n .r 


d It, 




ii :- 


vise. 


i,.t, :d :d 


t,.t, :d :d 




d .r Id.t, 


1, Ise, 




ii :- 


( Are 


not Thy mer- cies 


arge and free ? May 


not a sin-ner 


trust in 




Thee? 


/;n 


in .s :s : (i 


f .n ;n : 1 




1 .s ;s.f 


n Ir 




d :— 


'in, 


i,.8| :d :i. 


r . 


n :i, :i 




1, 


.t 


Id.r 


n : rti 




1, I- 



2 My crimes, though great, cannot surpass .J u 
The power and glory of Thy grace; 
Great God! Thy nature hath no bound, 
So let Thy pard'ning love be found. 

3 Oh ! wash my soul from every sin, 
And make my guilty conscience clean; 
Here on my heart the burden lies, 
And past offences pain my eyes. 

4 My lips with shame my sins confess, 
Against Thy law, against Thy grace; 
Lord! should Thy judgments be severe, 
I am condemned but Thou art clear! 

Isaac Watts, 1719 



From deep distress and troubled thoughts, 
To Thee, my God! I raised my cries: 

If Thou severely mark our faults, 
No flesh can stand before Thine eyes. 

2 But Thou hast built Thy throne of grace, 
Free to dispense Thy pardons there; 

That sinners may approach Thy face, 
And hope and love, as well as fear. 

3 Great is His love, and large His grace, 
Through the redemption of His Son; 

He turns our feet from sinful ways, 

And pardons what our hands have done. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



256 



!£leeb of (SLHrisf. 



Braden. s. 



Key Bf?. Legato. 



is, 
m, 

Oh! 

id 
:d. 



n .,d Is, 
s, .,n, : n, 

where shall rest 
d .,d Id 
d, .,d. Id, 



f, 

be 

:d 



M. 

d I- 

n, I- 
found, — 
S| I- 

d, I- 



Is, 
Is, 


n I re I n 
S| I fe, I s. 


d 

nil 


'Twer 

:t, 


e vain the 
d I— Id 



8| 


:s, 


d, I— Id, 


d, 



Id 

Is, 

cean 

Id 

In, 



depths 
I I— 

f. I- 



Wti, B. Bradbury, 18 



li I se. 



.s, 
Is, 

Rest 

Is, 

Is, 

Id 

1. 

to 

f 

Mi 



2 The world can never give 
The bliss for which we sigh; 

'Tis not the whole of life to live, 
Nor all of death to die. 

3 Here would we end our quest; 
Alone are found in Thee, 

The life of perfect love, — the rest 
Of immortality. 

• James Montgomery, 1819. 

*57 

Dear Lord and Master mine! 

Thy happy servant see: 
My Conqu'ror! with what joy divine 

Thy captive clings to Thee! 

2 I love Thy yoke to wear, 
To feel Thy gracious bands, 

Sweetly restrained by Thy care 
And happy in Thy hands. 

3 No bar would I remove; 
No bond would I unbind; 

Within the limits of Thy love 
Full liberty I find. 

4 I would not walk alone, 
But still with Thee, my God, 

At every step my blindness own, 
And ask of Thee the road. 

Thomas H. Gill, 1867. 



f .,f In Id 
S| .,S| Is, Is, 

for the wea - ry 



r .,r Id 

s, .,s. Id 



Id 

In, 



r 

Sl 

soul? 

t. 



ii :- 
f. :- 

sound, 
d I- 

f. :- 



Hi 
:fi 

Or 
Ir 
Ir, 



lentando . 

S, I- .s,Is,.s, 

r, :-.f,:n,.r 
pierce to eith-er 
t, I-.rld.t 

S| I-.S|IS|.S| 



258 



Bless'd be Thy love, dear Lord! 

That taught us this sweet way, 
Only to love Thee for Thyself, 

And for that love obey. 

2 O Thou, our souls' chief Hope! 
We to Thy mercy fly; 

Where'er we are, Thou canst protect, 
Whate'er we need, supply. 

3 Whether we live or die, 
Both we submit to Thee; 

In death we live, as well as life, 
If Thine in death we be. 

John Austin, 1668. 

259 

When shall Thy love constrain, 
And force me to Thy breast ? 

When shall my love return again 
To her eternal rest? 

2 Ah ! what avails my strife, 
My wandering to and fro ? 

Thou hast the words of endless lifej 
Ah ! whither shall I go ? 

3 Thy condescending grace 
To me did freely move; 

It calls me still to seek Thy face, 
And stoops to ask my love. 

Charles Wesley, 1740. 



TTleeb of (SLktri^i. 

260 Entreaty. 6s & 4s. p. 



Thomas Hastings, 1832. 



KEY Bfc». 



D.C. 



pi, .pi. Is, .S| 


n 


:d 


r Id .t. 


d 


I— 


r 


I Pl .PI 


r 


d| .d, ! ci| .ni| 


S| 


In, 


f, : mi ,r, 


Pl, 


I— 


■l 


IS, .8, 


S| 


J Child of sin and 
I Wait not for to- 


sor - 
mor 


row! 
row, 


Filled with dis- 
Tield thee to - 


may, 
day. 




Heav' 


n bids thee 


come 


S| ,S| Id .d 


d 


:d 


1, :s,.s, 


S| 


I— 


ti 


Id .d 


t. 


d| .d| ! d| .d| 


d 


:d 


f, :s,.s, 


di 


I— 


S| 


Id .d 


S| 


pi is .n 


r 


fV\ 


P1| .I1| I S, .S| 


pi 


Id 


r 


fTTt, 


d 


s, :s,.S| 


S| 


:— 


d| .d| '. 11 1 .ni| 


S| 


In, 


U 


In, .r, 


pi. 


While yet there's 


room, 




Child of tin and 


sor - 


row! 


Hear 


and - 


bey. 


d :d .d 


ti 


:— 


s, .S, Id .d 


d 


Id 


li 


Is,.s, 


s l 


d, :ri|.d. 


S| 


:— 


d| ,d| I d| . d| 


d 


Id 


f. 


I s, .s. 


d, 



Child of sin and sorrow, 
Why wilt thou die? 



3 Child of sin and sorrow, 
Thy moments glide, 



Come while thou canst borrow Like the flitting arrow, 



Help from on high: 
Grieve not that love 
Which from above, 
Child of sin and sorrow, 
Would bring thee nigh. 



Or the rushing tide; 
Ere time is o'er, 
Heaven's grace implore; 
Child of sin and sorrow, 
In Christ contide. 



4 Child of sin and sorrow! 

Where wilt thou be 
Through that long to-morrow, 

Eternity ? 

Exiled from home, 

Darkly to roam, 
Child of sin and sorrow! 

Where wilt thou flee? 

Thomas Hastings , 1832. 



261 To-Day. 6s & 4s. 



Key F. 



Is I- 


s 


In 


|n 


Id 


r I— | 


|d I- 


d 


Id 


Id 


Id 


t. I- 1 


To - - 


day 


the 


Sav 


iour 


calls ! 


In :- 


n 


Is 


Is 


I S 


s I— 1 


Id I- 


d 


Id 


Id 


In, 


s, I — 1 


|s :- 


s 


In 


|n 


I s 


1 I— 1 


Id I- 


d 


Id 


Id 


Id 


d I— 1 


Oh, 


ye 


be - 


nighl 


-ed 


souls, 


In I- 


n 


Is 


Is 


I S 


* I— 1 


|d :- 


d 


Id 


Id 


In, 


f. :- 1 



s 

t. 

Ye 
r 

s. 

r 
t, 

Why 



Lowell Mason, 1831 


|1 Ife 


s I— 


|d Id 


t, I- 


•wan - d'rers, 


come; 


|P1 Ir 


r I— 


|d Ir 


S| I— 


|n Ir 


d I— 


It, It, 


d I— 


long - er 


roam? 


|s If 


n I— 


Is, Is, 


d I— 



2 To-day the Saviour calls; 

Oh, hear Him now; 
Within these sacred walls 

To Jesus bow. 



3 To-day the Saviour calls; 

For refuge fly; 
The storm of justice falls, 

And death is uigh. 



4 The Spirit calls to-day: 
Yield to His power; 

Oh, grieve Him not away: 
'Tis mercy's hour. 



Samuel F. Smith, 1831, alt. by Th. Hastings, 1832. 



^xxlxHxtion. 

26 4 Cambridge, c. m. 



John Randall, 1793. 



KEY Bb. 



d In. n 


r 


:d 


f :pi 


r :— 


d In.f,r 


d :t, 


d :— 


d In. pi 


pi, :s,.s, 


fi 


In, 


ii is, 


S| :— 


n, :i,.i, 


s, :*i 


pi, :— 


I'll IS|.S, 


Oome,sinner 


!to 


the 


gos - pel 


feast ; 


Oh! come wi 


thout de - 


lay; 


For there is 


d Id.d 


t, 


:d 


d Id 


t, :- 


d Id.r 


n Ir 


d :— 


d Id.d 


d, :d,.d. 


S| 


:i. 


f, :d, 


s, :— 


d a,.i, 


s, :s. 


d. :- 


d| Id|.d| 



r Id 

fi In, 

room in 

t, Id 

s, II, 



f 


In 


r I 


I 


• 


• 


.r In.f,r 


d It, 


1. 


Is, 


s, I 


I 


Is, 


1,.S|I i|.H, 


r,.s,:s,.l, 


s, l-.f, 


Je 


- sus' 


breast, For 


allwho will 


-bey ; For 


all who will 


bey ;For all w 


ho will 0- 


d 


Id 


ti I 


I 


In 


f .nl r .d 


t,.t,Id.d,r 


n Ir 


f, 


Id. 


S| Id 


r.dlt,.l. 


s, I 


I 


.s,Id.f, 


S| Is, 



PI, .— 

bey. 

d I— 
d, I— 



2 There's room, in God's eternal love, 
To save Thy precious soul; 

Room, in the Spirit's grace above, 
To heal and make thee whole. 

3 There's room, within the church, redeem'd 
With blood of Christ divine; 

Room, in the white-robed throng, conven'd, 
For that dear soul of thine. 

4 There's room, in heaven among the choir 
And harps and crowns of gold, 

And glorious palms of vict'ry there, 
And joys that ne'er were told. 

5 There's room, around thy Father's board, 
For thee and thousands more : 

Oh! come and welcome to the Lord; 
Yea, come this very hour. Anon . 



3 The happy gates of gospel grace 
Stand open night and day; 

Lord! we are come to seek supplies, 
And drive our wants away. 



266 



Isaac Watts, 1707. 



265 



Let every mortal ear attend, 
And every heart rejoice; 

The trumpet of the gospel sounds, 
With an inviting voice. 

2 Rivers of love and mercy here 

In a rich ocean join; 
Salvation in abundance flows, 

Like floods of milk and wine. 



Sinner! the voice of God regard; 

'Tis Mercy speaks to-day; 
He calls you by His sovereign word, 

From sin's destructive way. 

2 Bow to the sceptre of His word, 

Renouncing every sin; 
Submit to Him, your sovereign Lord, 

And learn His will divine. 

His love exceeds your highest thoughts; 
He pardons like a God; 
He will forgive your numerous faults, 
Through a Redeemer's blood. 

John Famcett, 1782. 

The Head that once was crowned with 
Is crowned with glory now; [thorns, 

A royal diadem adorns 
The mighty Victor's brow. 

2 The highest place that heaven affords 

Is His, — is His by right; 
'• The King of kings, and Lord of lords," 

And heaven's eternal Light: 



^h&lxxxixon. 



3 The joy of all who dwell above, 

The joy of all below, 
To whom He manifests His love, 

And grants His name to kuow. 



4 To them the cross, with all its shame, 
With all its grace, is given; 

Their name, — an everlasting name; 
Their joy, — the joy of heaven. 



5 The cross He bore is life and health, — 
Though shame and death to Him; 

His people's hope, His people's wealth, 
Their everlasting theme. 

Thomas Kelly, 1820. 



LOS Tr 


isagion. 














N. 


B. Warp 


EN, 1857. 


KEY A. Moderato. 


d, :— in, :-.f, 


si :s, i, :t| 


d :d, id :t, 


ii : — Is, :f, 


n, :-.r,|n, :f. 


s,:— is, :— 


d,:— |n, :-.f. 


s,:s, 11, :t. 


d :d, id :t, 


i.:-|s, :f, 


n,:-j,|ni :f. 


s,:— is, :— ) 


There - fore with 


an -gels and arch- 


an-gels, and with 


all the 


com- pa-ny of 


heav'n, we > 


d, :— |n, :-.f. 


s,:s, 11, :t, 


d :d, id :t. 


l.:- Is, : f, 


n, :-.r,|n, : f. 


s, :— Is, :— i 


d,:— in, :-.f. 


s, :s, l, :t, 


d :d, id :t. 


i, :— |s, :f. 


n,:-.r,|ni : f , 


s,:— is, :— / 


sostenuto. 

t,:-|t, :- 


d :.d|d :d 


d : .d id :— 


d :- i : 


n :.n |r :— 


d :-.dtf :n n 


s, :— |s, :— 


S| .".S| S| * S| 


i.:-.i,|i, :- 


s, :- 1 : 


s, :-.s,|f, :— 


n,:-.n, |1, :s, ) 


land and 


mag- ni-fy Thy 


glo-ri-oos 


name, 


ev - er more 


praising Thee.and\ 


r :— |r :— 


d :-.d d In 


f :.i if :- 


n :-| : 


d :-.d|t, :— 


d :.d d :d v 


Ci 5 — is. :- 


n, ;-.n, |n, 1 d, 


ii:-.filfi :- 


d, :- 1 : 


d : .d |s, :— 


i, i-.i.l c, :d,/ 


r :— |r : 


d :— |s, : 


r : — |S| : 


n :— |r :r 


d :— |— :r 


n :-!-:-, 


sr- is, : 


s, :— is, : 


s,:— is, : 


d :-|t, :t, 


d :-|i, :- 


t,:-l-:-. 


say - ing, 


Ho - ly, 


ho - ly, 


ho - ly Lord 


God of 


Hosts ; > 


d :-it, : 


n :— |n : 


i :-\t : 


n :s if :f 


n : — |i :— 


se:— |— :— \ 


s,:— is, : 


d :— id, : 


t,:-|t 2 : 


d :— |S| :si 


ii :-lf. :- 


n,:- \~:-i 


/ . . 
n s— 1 — . r 

d :-i-:t, 


d :— 1 — : S| 
i,:— 1 — : s, 


i.:- If 


:n 
:si 


r :— id :— 

i.:-l-:- 


d :- i— :- 
s, :-|-:- 


Org 

t,:-l-:i,\ 


f,:-H, 


■■ r — I — r *■ / 


Heav'n and 


earth are 


full of 


Thy 


glo 


ry: > 


s :— f— : f 

d :-|-:s, 


n :— |— '.d 
III— 1— r ni 


d :— |r 


:s 

:n, 


f :— |na".— 

ii:- Ife,:- 


r :- 1-:- 
s, :- I- :- 


r :- I- : \ 


f. :- |r, 


s, :— i — : / 


j 

8, * f, |n, ' r, r 


7 

1 :— 1 — '. r 


d :— |s,:— 


i.:-l-:i. 


s,:— is,:— 


i :-]-:-■ 


d :d 


"ii*i i d i: t g i 


h : — !"— : f 1 


IV— |Su— 


i.:-l-:fi 


r,:n, |f,:— 


Bi:— 1— •—, 


i.:s, 




ilo - ry 


be to 


Thee, 


Lord most 


high. 


A- men. 


: 1 : 1 


i:-l-:t, 


d :— id :- 


d :— |— :d 


tud |r :- 


d :— |— :— Qf :n 


■•:— I— :— ( 


ii : — 1 — : s, 


1, 


:— in,:— 


f>: 


-l-:fi 


s,:- 


-Is,:- 


d,:— 




fi :d, 



sSxxlxHxixon. 

269 Woodland, c. m. 



N. D. Gould, 1832. 



n .,n : s In 


r .,pi : r In 


s 


d .,d : d : d 


t,.,d : t, :d 


S| 


st thou e-ter- nal 


life ob-tain ? Now 


to 


s .,s : s is 


s .,s : s is 


PI 


d .,d : pi : d 


S|.,s,: s, : d 


d 



KeyG. 

:d 
; s 

Would 
• PI 

:d 

s.,s :s :pi 
d.,t,:d :d 

weep, and pray, Where 
s.,f In Is 
pi.,r :d :d 



s.,f In Id 
n.,r id is, 

Je- sus breathes His 
s .,s : s In 
d .,d : d id 



-.s !d.r 

-.s,:i,.t 

the cross re 
-.r In.s 
-.t,Il,.s 

f .,n I r II 

l,.,lilt, Id 
life a - way ; E 
r.,d : t, If 
f,.,fe,:s, If, 



n 
d 

pair; 

s 

d 



;— In 
■— is. 

There 

:— id 
:— id 



r .,r I n 

S|.,S,I s, 
stand, and i 
t,.,t,Id 
S|.,S|I d 



s 
d 

ter 

s 

n, 



I- .f In .r 
I- .d Id .t, 

nal life is 
I- .1 I s .f 
I- .f, Is,.s, 



d 
d 

there. 

n 

d, 



f 
t^r 

), and ! 



2 Go; — there, from every streaming wound, -*'/>-' 



Flows rich atoning blood; 
That blood can cleanse the deepest stain, 
Bid frowning justice smile again, 

And seal thy peace with God. 



The proudest heart that ever beat 

Hath been subdued in me; 
The wildest will that ever rose 
To scorn Thy Word, or aid Thy foes, 
Is quelled, my God, by Thee. 

3 Go; — at that cross thy heart, subdued, 2 Thy will, and not my will be done; 



With thankful love shall glow; 
By wondrous grace thy soul set free, 
Eternal life, from Christ, to thee, 

A vital stream shall flow. 

Ray Palmer, 1864. 



My heart be ever Thine I 
Confessing Thee, the mighty ' Word,' 
I hail Thee, Christ, my God, my Lord, 

And make Thy name my sign. 

William Hone. 



27I Calvary. 7s. 

Key B^. Lah is G. 



JOHANN RoSENMULLEK, 1655. 



li It, 


Id 


It, 


1 isei 


Hi :- 


n In |r 


ir 


d Id 


It, I- 


li I se. 


Hi 


If, 


r, In, 


h. 1— 


n, Is, |s, 


If. 


pii In, 


|n, I— 


Hearts of stone 


! ! re- 


lent, re - 


lent ; 


Break, by Je 


■ sus' 


cross sub 


- dued; 


d In 


|n 


Ir 


1, It, 


|d I- 


s, Id |d 


It, 


1, Hi 


|se, I— 


1, :n, 


11. 


: r. 


f, In, 


|i* :- 


d, m, |s, 


Isei 


1. :d. 


hi I— 


t. It, 


Id 


Id 


r Ir 


m :- 


n if |n 


Ir 


d it, 


|d I- 


se, It| 


Hi 


is, 


1. is, 


|s, I- 


s, If, |s, 


Hi 


Mi^s, 


|s, I- 


See His 


bo ■ 


dy, 


man-gled 


, rent, 


Stained and cov-ered 


with His 


blood! 


m In 


|n 


Id 


A It, 


|d I- 


d :M,|d 


Hi 


d ir 


|n :- 


Pii I se. 


H. 


I rii 


f. Is, 


|d. I- 


d, ir, |n. 


It. 


li is. 


|d, I- 







~£><xlx>cttiorx. 




d Id 


It, It, 


1, 11, |se, I- 


n If |pi I- .r 


d It, [1, I— 


i. :i. 


Hi Ise, 


li Iti In, I— 


pi, Il| |se,.t|Id.t| 


1, Ise, |1, I— 


Sin - ful 


soul! what 


hast thou done? 


Cru-ci - fied th'e 


-ter - nal Son ! 


pi In 


|f In.r 


d Ir.d|t, I— 


1, It, It^I-.f 


pi I- .r |d I— 


1, Id, 


|r, I pi, 


f, Ir, |pi, I— 


(1, Ir, |pi,.S6,I l|.r. 


n, I pi, |1 2 I— 



2 Yes, thy sins have done the deed; 

Driven the nails that fixed Him there; 
Crowned with thorns His sacred head; 

Plunged into His side the spear; 
Made His soul a sacrifice, — 
While for siuful man He dies. 



3 Wilt thou let Him bleed in vain, — 
Still to death thy Lord pursue? 

Open all His wounds again, 
And the shameful cross renew ? 

No; — with all my sins I'll part, 

Saviour! take my broken heart! 

Charles Wesley, 1745. 



272 Bera. l. m. 

Key Eb- Legato. 





pi In .r 


d 


Is 


s .r I n . f 


n I— 


d' 


Id'.l 


s In 


r.t It .1 




d Id.s, 


s. 


In 


r .t| Id .r 


d I— 


n 


If .f 


H Id 


t,.r Ir 




Come, let our 


70 i 


- ces 


join .to 


raise 


A 


sa-cred 


song of 


sol - emn 




s Is .f 


n 


Id' 


t .8 I 8 


s I— 


s 


11 .d' 


d 1 Is 


s Ife.d 1 




d Id.d 


d 


Id 


s. Is, 


d I— 


d 


Id.d 


d Id 


r Ir 



s Is.l 

n I n . f 

God is a 

s Is .s 

S| Is,.s, 



f 

r 

sov 

s 

s, Is, 



f^s 

r .n 

reign 
s 



n In .f 
d I dTr 

King; re - 
s Is 
s, Is, 



r 
t, 

hearse 
s 

Si 



2 Come, let our souls address the Lord, 
Who framed our natures with His word; 
He is our Shepherd; — we the sheep, 
His mercy chose, His pastures keep. 

3 Come, let us hear His voice to-day, 
The counsels of His love obey; 

Nor let our hardened hearts renew 
The sins and plagues that Israel knew. 

4 Seize the kind promise, while it waits, 
And march to Zion's heavenly gates; 
Believe, — and take the promised rest; 
Obey, — and be for ever bless'd. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



Id 

:s, 

ex 
I Pi 
Id 



J. E. Gould, 1849. 



praise 
t 

s, 

d 

s. 

verse. 
n 



alt - ed 
r Ir .f 
S| Is, 



n.,r Id .d 
d.,S|Is,.s 
His honors 
s.,f In .n 
V Id.d 

Say, sinner! hath a voice within 
Oft whispered to thy secret soul, 

Urged thee to leave the ways of sin, 
And yield thy heart to God's control ? 

2 Sinner! it was a heavenly voice, — 
It was the Spirit's gracious call; 

It bade thee make the better choice 
And haste to seek in Christ thine all. 

3 Spurn not the call to life and light; 
Regard, in time, the warning kind; 

That call thou may'st not always slight, 
And yet the gate of mercy find. 

Abby Bradley Hyde, 1824. 



&<x{xnxiioxx. 



274 Segur. 8s 7s & 4. 



Key e[?. 

is :— :n ~~ 
Ud :— : d 

, Come, ye 



/|n 



Con moto. 

d 1 :— :— 1— :— :t |r» : d«: 1 

m— :— 1— :— : n 1 f :— :f 

souls, by sin af- 



:s|i 



sl- 

nl— 

flict 



P 

-:— in : f : s 
-:— |d :r:n 

Bow'd with 



Joseph P. Holbrook, 1862. 



d 1 : 



n-:-l 
s,:-:-i 

fruit - - 



-:r |s :— if 

-: s, 1 pi i — : r , 

less sor - row) 



s 

-:d 



s, 



d:-:-i-:-:d|f,:-:f 



d:— :- 



n :— 
d :— 

down, 



/ 
r'l— 



cross, 

t :- 



Is :- 

|d:- 

By 

In :- 
|d:- 



.n 
id 

the 

:s 
:d 



: s |t :— :i 
:t,|r :-:d 

be-hold the 



d 1 :- 

pi i- 

per 

s i- 
d :- 



s :— 
t>:- 

crown ; 




P 

Ir :de Ir 



:-|t, :ie,: t, 

Look to 



in :- 
id :- 



:-ld 



f :- 

r '.- 
Je 



-| d':t :i 

-|d Ir In 

Through the j 

-| i :se :i 
-11.: t. :d 



/7\ ™ 

:— |t :mt 



|r 

■|t| :— : — |r :de;r 
to 



sus; 



Look 



is |s 
:r Ir 



s :— 

s, :— ; 



1 :— 

f :— 


fff\ 

:-|s :- 
:-m :- 


:— Id 1 :t :r ( 
:— |m :— : f 


/ 

s I — 

n :— 


Je - 


sus; 


Mer - cy 


flows 


'. 


: 1 : 


: is :— : 1 


d 1 :— 


• 


: 1 : 


: id :- : d 


d :— 



In |f Ir In 
Id ItT^-It, 


d I 
d I 


thro Him a - 


lone 


I s |s I— I f 


n I 


I d Is, I— I s, 


d I 



2 Take His easy yoke, and wear it; 
Love will make obedience sweet; 

Christ will give you strength to bear it, 
While His wisdom guides your feet 

Safe to glory, 
Where His ransomed captives meet. 

3 Sweet, as home to pilgrims weary, 
Light to newly-opened eyes, 

Or full springs in deserts dreary, 
Is the rest the cross supplies; 



All, who taste it, 
Shall to rest immortal rise. 

Joseph Swain, 1792. 

2-75 

CojrE, ye sinners! poor and wretched, 
Weak and wounded, sick and sore; 

Jesus ready stands to save you, 
Full of pity, joined with power; 

He is able, 
He is willing ; doubt no more. 



^SxxlxKxixon. 



2 Hoi ye needy! come and welcome, 

God's free bounty glorify; 
True belief, and true repentance, 

Every grace that brings us nigh, 
Without money, 

Come to Jesus Christ and buy. 



3 Let not conscience make you linger, 
Nor of fitness fondly dream; 

All the fitness He requireth, 
Is to feel your need of Him ; 

This He gives yon ; 
'Tis the Spirit's rising beam. 

Joseph Hart, 1759. 



276 Blumenthal. 7s. 



Jacques Blumenthal, 



Key F. Marcato. 



PI In In In 


s 


If |n I— 


d Id 


I'r 


Ir 


f In |r 


I— 


n In |n It 


n 


s If |n I— 


d :d |d :d 


d Id |d I— 


d Id |d 


:f. 


r Id |t 


1 • — 


d Id |d Id 


d Id |d I— 


Now be-gin the 


heav'nly theme, 


Sing a - loud in 


Je - sus'name; 


Te, who Je - sus' 


kindness prove ! 


s is is :s 


1 11 |s I— 


n In s 


Is 


s Is |s 


I — 


s Is 11 Ita 


1 Ila|s I— 


d :d |d :i 


d Id |d I— 


s. Is, |s 


Is, 


ti Id.n.s 


I — ■ 


d Id |d Id 


d Id |d I— 


d Id |pi Ir.,pi 


r I-.d|d I— 


r 


Ir 


r Ir 


f Ina |r I— 


r Is.,t|t Il.,t 


d Id |d ItT 


t, :-.d|d :- 


t, 


:t, 


d It, 


r Id |t, I- 


t, IWIr Id^r 


Tri-umph in re - 


deem - ing love. 


Te, 


who 


see the 


Fa-ther's grace 


Beam -ing in the 


pi In |s If.,s 


f I-.n|n I — 


s 


Is 


1 Is 


s Is |s I— 


s Is |s Ife 


S| ISj |S| IS| 


s, I-.d|d I— 


S| 


:s, 


fe, Is, 


t, Id |s, I- 


r Ir |r Ir 


1 :-.s|s :— 


n In |n In 
d Id |r Id 


s 

n 


if 

Ir 


n Ir 


d Id |n Ir.,Pi 

S| Is, |d It| 


r I-.d|d I— 


d :-.t,|t, :- 


d 11, 


t, I-.d|d I- 


Sav-iour's face! 


As to Oa-naan 


on 


ye 


move, 


Praise and bless re - 


deem - ing love. 


fe I-.s |s I— 


s Is |se 11 


fa 


:i 


s If 


n In |s If.,s 


f I-.n|n I— 


r I-.s,|S| I- 




d Id |t, 


:i. 


de, 


:r, 


n. If, 


s. Is 


i, |s, Is, 


S| 


I-.d|d I— 



2 Mourning souls! dry up your tears; 
Banish all your guilty fears; 
See your guilt and curse remove, — 
Canceled by redeeming love. 
Hither, then, your music bring; 
Strike aloud each joyful string ; 
Mortals! join the hosts above, — 
Join to praise redeeming love. 

John Langford, 1763. 



^b&lxHxliorx. 



177 


Blumenthal. 


7s. 






Jacques Blumenthal, 1849. 


Key F. Marcato. 












pi In 


|n In 


s If 


In :- 


d Id 


Ir 


Ir 


f Ipi |r I— \ 


id Id 


|d Id 


d Id 


Id I- 


d Id 


II 


:t, 


r ^l It, I— 


. Depth of 


mer - cy, 


can there 


be 


Mer - cy 


still 


re - 


served for me? 


' s Is 


|s Is 


1 11 


Is I- 


Pi Ipi 


Is 


Is 


s Is |s I— \ 


d Id 


|d Id 


d Id 


|i :- 


s, Is, 


Is, 


:s, 


t| Id .pi |s I— ' 


n In 


|pi In 


s If 


|n I- 


d Id 


In 


Ir.,n 


r I-.d|d I— . 


d Id 


|d Id 


d Id 


11 :- 


d Id 


II 


:tT~ 


t, :-.d|d 1- ) 


Can my 


God His 


wrath for 


■ bear? 


Me, the 


chief 


of 


sin - ners, spare? > 


s Is 


|1 Ita 


1 I la 


Is I- 


pi In 


Is 


IUs 


f I-.n|n I— I 


d Id 


|d Id 


d Id 


11 :- 


s, Is, 


Is, 


Is, 


s, I-.d|d I- / 


r Ir 


|r Ir 


f Ipia 


|r :- 


r Is . 


jtlt 


:i.,t 


1 I-.s|s I— \ 


ti :*. 


Id It, 


r Id 


It, I- 


ti :T^ 


,r_\r 


Id.,r 


1 :-.t,|t, I- ) 


I have 


long with - 


stood His 


grace, 


Long pro 


- voked 


Him 


to His face ; ) 


s Is 


|1 IS 


s Is 


Is I- 


s Is 


Is 


Ife 


fe I-.s |s I— \ 


s, Is, 


1 fe, Is, 


t, Id 


|s, I- 


r Ir 


Ir 


Ir 


r I-.s,|S| I— ' 


pi In 


|n In 


s If 


j m Ir 


d Id 


|n 


Ir .,n 


r I-.d|d I— 


d Id 


|r Id 


n Ir 


|l_Jli 


s, Is, 


Id 


:tl 


t, I- .d|d I- 


Would not 


heark - en 


to His 


calls ; 


Grieved Him by 


a 


thous - and falls. 


s Is 


|se 11 


ta 11 


|s If 


n In 


Is 


:t.,s 


f :-.n|n I— 


d Id 


It, 11, 


de, Ir, 


In, If, 


S| Is, 


Is, 


Is, 


s, I-.d|d I— 



278 

2 There for me the Saviour stands; Now, -with angels round the throne, 
Shows His wounds, and spreads His hands; Cherubim and seraphim, 

God is love; I know, I feel; And the church for ever one, 
Jesus weeps, and loves me still. Let us swell the solemn hymn, — 

Now incline me to repent; To the Father of our Lord, 

Let me now my fall lament; To the Spirit, and the Word; 

Now my foul revolt deplore; As it was all worlds before, 

Weep, believe, and sin no more. Is, and shall be evermore. 



Charles Wesley, 1740. 



Josiah Conder, 1836. 



JSxxlxxxiion. 



,70 Palestrina. L. 


M. 








J. Mazzingh 


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2 Come, freely come, by sin oppressed, 
Unburden here the weighty load; 

Here find thy refuge, and thy rest, 
Safe on the bosom of thy God: 

Thy God's thy Saviour, — glorious word! 

That sheaths th' avenger's glittering sword 



3 As spring, the winter, — day, the night, — 
Peace, sorrow's gloom shall chase away ; 

And smiling joy, a seraph bright, 

Shall tend thy steps and near thee stay; 

Whilst glory weaves th' immortal crown, 

And waits to claim thee for her own. 

Walter Shirley, 1774. 



^xxlxxxiion. 

280 Mishael. 7s & 6s. p. 

Key Ab. 



L. van Beethoven, 1824. 



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2 He has pardon, full and free, 

Sorrowing souls to gladden; 
Still He cries — "Come unto Me, 

Weary, heavy-laden!" 
Though your sins, like mountains high, 

Rise, and reach to heaven, 
Soon as you on Him rely, 

All shall be forgiven. 



3 Precious is the Saviour's name, 

All His saints adore Him; 
He to save the dying came; — 

Prostrate, bow before Him! 
Wandering sinners! now return; 

Contrite souls! believe Himl 
Jesus calls you; cease to mourn; 

Worship Him; receive Him. 

Thomas Hastings, 1831. 



JSxxixHxtxorx. 

2 8 I Harmony Grove, l. m. 



Key A. 






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Would you 


see 


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sus? 

In 
:d 







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Oliver, 1839 


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with 


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2 Would you see Jesus? come with faith, 
And search the word His grace hathgiv'D, 
For help and guidance in the path 
That leads to His abode in heaven. 



3 Would you see Jesus ? day by day 
Let thought and converse be on high, 
And hastening on the heavenward way, 
With Jesus live, with Jesus die. 

Unknown, 



282 Sessions. 

KEY c. 



s : 1 .s 


d 1 :— 


n I f .n 


n :— 


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hearts, 


d> Id'.d 1 


s : — 


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^xxlxHxiion. 



L. M. 



:i 


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L. O. Embrson, 1847. 



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It 

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of our Lord ; 
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2 Yet gracious God! Thy power and love 
Have made the curse a blessing prove; 
Those dreadful sufferings of Thy Son 
Atoned for sins which we had done. 

3 The pangs of our expiring Lord 
The honors of Thy law restored; 
His sorrows made Thy justice known, 
And paid for follies not His own. 

4 Oh! for His sake, our guilt forgive, 
And let the mourning sinner live: 
The Lord will hear us in His name, 
Nor shall our hope be turned to shame. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



283 



Haste, traveler, haste ! the night comes on, 
And many a shining hour is gone; 
The storm is gathering in the west, 
And thou far off from home and rest. 

2 The rising tempest sweeps the sky; 
The rains descend, the winds are high; 
The waters swell, and death and fear 
Beset thy path, nor refuge near. 

3 Oh, yet a shelter you may gain, 
A covert from the wind and rain; 
A hiding-place, a rest, a home, 

A refnge from the wrath to come! 



4 Then linger not in all the plain; 
Flee for thy life; the mountain gain; 
Look not behind; make no delay; 
Oh, speed thee, speed thee on thy way! 

Bengo Colly cr, 1829. 



Wm. 



284 



When God's right arm is bared for war, 
And thunders clothe His cloudy car, 
We sing the Saviour of our race, 
The Lamb our shield and hiding-place. 

2 'Tis He, the Lamb, to Him we fly, 
While the dread tempest passes by, 
To Him, though guilty still we run, 
And God still spares us for His Son. 

3 While yet we sojourn here below, 
Pollutions still our hearts o'erflow; 
Fall'n, abject, mean, a sentenced race, 
We deeply need a hiding-place. 

4 Yet courage — days and years will glide, 
And we shall lay these clods aside; 
Shall be baptized in Jordan's flood, 

And washed in Jesus' cleansing blood. 

5 Then pure, immortal, sinless, freed, 

We, through the Lamb, shall be decreed, — 
Shall meet the Father face to face, 
And need no more a hiding-place. 

H. Kirke WhiU, 1804, a 



J£><xlxHxliori. 



285 Rose Hill. 

Key AJ2. 



L. M. 





ri in In 


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r is It, 


d It, H, 




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li Is, : fei 




"Come hither, 


all ye 


wea - ry 


souls ! 


Teheav-y- 


lad - en 


sin - ners! 




d Id id 


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r ;n Ir 


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J. E. SWBBTSBR, 1849. 



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finis 


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f.I-I 


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liT^H. 


sT^lf, 


H| I— I— 


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rest from 


all your 


toils, 


And raise you 


to My 


heav'n - ly 


home. 


d Id Id 


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f I— If 


f I— I 


n in In 


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d ir it, 


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2 "They shall find rest, that learn of Me; 
I'm of a meek and lowly mind; 

But passion rages like the sea, 
And pride is restless as the wind. 

3 " Bless'd is the man, whose shoulders take 
My yoke, and bear it with delight; 

My yoke is easy to his neck, 

My grace shall make the burden light." 

4 Jesus! we come at Thy command; 
With faith, and hope, and humble zeal; 

Resign our spirits, to Thy hand, 
To mould and guide us at Thy will. 

Isaac IValis, 1709. 



4 Admit Him, ere His anger burn; 
His feet departed ne'er return; 
Admit Him, — or the hour's at hand, 
When, at His door, denied you'll stand. 

Joseph Grigg, 1765 



287 



286 



Behold! a Stranger's at the door! 
He gently knocks, — has knocked before; 
Has waited long — is waiting still; 
You treat no other friend so ill. 

2 But will He prove a friend indeed? 
He will — the very friend you need; 
The Man of Nazareth, — 'tis He, 
With garments dyed at Calvary. 

3 Oh! lovely attitude! — He stands 
With melting heart, and laden hands: 
Oh! matchless kindness! — and He shows 
This matchless kindness to His foes. 



Jesus, engrave it on my heart 

That Thou the one thing needful art; 

1 could from all things parted be, 
But never, never, Lord, from Thee. 

2 Needful is Thy most precious blood 
To reconcile my soul to God, 
Needful is Thy indulgent care, 
Needful Thy all-prevailing prayer. 

3 Needful Thy presence, dearest Lord, 
True peace and comfort to afford, 
Needful Thy promise, to impart 
Fresh life and vigor to my heart. 

4 Needful art Thou, my Guide, my Stay, 
Through all life's dark and weary way ; 
Nor less in death Thou'lt needful be 

To bring my spirit home to Thee. 

5 Then needful still, my God, my King, 
Thy name eternally I'll sing! 

Glory and praise be ever His — 
The one thing needful Jesus is! 

Samuel Medley, 1789. 



Qfiepenicmce. 



288 Meditation. 



KEY E. Grave. 



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when, 


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we 


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To 
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2 There is a line by us unseen, 
That crosses every path, 

The hidden boundary between 
God's patience and His wrath. 

3 To pass that limit is to die, 
To die as if by stealth; 

It does not quench the beaming eye, 
Or pale the glow of health. 

4 The conscience may be still at ease, 
The spirits light and gay; 

That which is pleasing still may please, 
And care be thrust away. 

5 But on that forehead God has set 
Indelibly a mark — 

Unseen by man, for man as yet 
Is blind and in the dark. 

6 And still the doom'd man's path below, 
May bloom as Eden bloomed — ■ 

He did not, does not, will not know, 
Or feel that he is doomed. 

7 Oh! where is this mysterious bourne 
By which our path is crossed; 

Beyond which God Himself hath sworn 
That He who goes, is lost? 



8 How far may we go on to sin? 
How long will God forbear? 

Where does hope end, and where begin 
The confines of despair? 

9 An answer from the skies is sent, — 
" Ye that from God depart, 

While it is called to-day, repent, 
And harden not your heart." 

f-j J. Addison Alexander, 1837. 

289 

O sinxer, bring not tears alone, 

Or outward form of prayer, 
But let it in thy heart be known 

That penitence is there. 

2 To smite the breast, the clothes to rend, 
God asketh not of thee; 

Thy secret soul, He bids thee bend 
In true humility. 

3 0, let us, then, with heartfelt grief, 
Draw near unto our God, 

And pray to Him to grant relief, 
And stay the lifted rod. 

4 righteous Judge, if Thou wilt deign 
To grant us what we need, 

We pray for time to turn again, 
And grace to turn indeed. 

Tr. John Chandler, 1837, alt 



TSieypeni&rice. 



290 Meribah. 

Key Efc 



C. P. M. 



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in 


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'Twixt 


in 


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s 


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Lowell Mason, 1839. 



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d .,d:d .d :t,.d 

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f .,f : f .n : r .d 



r 

ti 

stand, 
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Si 



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Se 

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m .nln .d Id .f 

point of time,a mom 
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ent's space, 
av'nly place, 

d 1 :— 

d I— 



r.f In Ir 


d I— 


d.dld It, 


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shuts me up in 


hell. 


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f,.f,IS| Is, 


n I— 
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2 O God! mine inmost soul convert, 
And deeply, on my thoughtful heart, 

Eternal things impress: 
Give me to feel their solemn weight, 
Aud tremble on the brink of fate, 

And wake to righteousness. 

3 Before me place, in dread array, 
The pomp of that tremendous day, 

When Thou, with clouds, shaft come 
To judge the nations at Thy bar; 
And tell me, Lord! shall I be there 

To meet a joyful doom! 

Charles Wesley, 1749. 
291 

When Thou, my righteous Judge ! shall come 
To take Thy ransomed people home, 

Shall I among them stand? 
Shall such a worthless one as I, 
Who sometimes am afraid to die, 

Be found at Thy right hand ? 
2 I love to meet among them now, 
Before Thy gracious feet to bow, 

Though humblest of them all; 
How can I bear the piercing thought, 
What, if my name should be left out, 

When Thou for them shalt call ? 



3 Prevent, prevent it by Thy grace; 
Be Thou, dear Lord! my hiding-place, 

In this th' accepted day; 
Thy pard'ning voice, Oh! let me hear, 
To still my unbelieving fear, 

Nor let me fall, I pray. 

4 Among Thy saints let me be found, 
Whene'er th' archangel's trump shall sound, 

To see Tny smiling face; 
Then loudest of the throng I'll sing, 
While heaven's resounding mansions riug 

With shouts of sovereign grace. 

Selina Shirley, 1772, a. 
292 

Thou, that hear'st the prayer of faith ! 
Wilt Thou not save a soul from death, 

That casts itself on Thee ? 

1 have no refuge of my own, 

But fly to what my Lord hath done, 
And suffered once for me. 

2 Slain in the guilty sinner's stead, 
His spotless righteousness I plead, 

And His availing blood; 
Thy merit, Lord! my robe shall be; 
Thy merit shall atone for me, 

And bring me near to God. 

Augustus M. Toplady, 1776. 



QRepenicnTce. 



203 Hamburg. 

Key F. 



L. M. 



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2 My soul lies humbled in the dust, 
And owns Thy dreadful sentence just; 
Look down, O Lord! with pityiug eye, 
And save the soul condemned to die. 

3 Create my nature pure within, 
And form my soul averse to sin; 
Let Thy good Spirit ne'er depart, 
Nor hide Thy presence from my heart. 

4 I cannot live without Thy lignt, 
Cast out and banished from Thy sight: 
Thy holy joys, my God I restore, 
And guard me, that I fall no more. 

5 Then will I teach the world Thy ways; 
Sinners shall learn Thy sovereign grace; 
I'll lead them to my Saviour's blood, 
And they shall praise a pard'ning God. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 

294 

Buried in shadows of the night, 
We lie, till Christ restores the light; 
Wisdom descends to heal the blind, 
And chase the darkness of the mind 

2 Our guilty souls are drowned in tears, 
Till His atoning blood appears; 
Then we awake from deep distress, 
And sing the Lord, our Righteousness. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



2 95 . 

Whex at Thy footstool, Lord! I bend, 
And plead with Thee for mercy there, 

Oh! think Thou of the sinner's Friend, 
And for His sake receive my prayer. 

2 Oh! think not of my shame and guilt, 
My thousand stains of deepest dye; 

Think of the blood which Jesus spilt, 
And let that blood my pardon buy. 

3 Think, Lord! how I am still Thine own, 
The trembling creature of Thy hand! 

Think how my heart to sin is prone, 
And what temptations round me stand. 

•4 Oh! think upon Thy holy word, 
And every plighted promise there; 

How prayer should evermore be heard, 
And how Thy glory is — to spare. 

5 Oh! think not of my doubts and fears, 
My strivings with Thy grace divine: 

But think on Jesus' woes and tears, 
And let His merits stand for mine. 

6 Thine eye, Thine ear, they are not dull; 
Thine arm can never shortened be; 

Behold me here! my heart is full; 
Behold, and spare, and succor me! 

Henry Francis Lytt, 1833. 



296 Tyndal. c. m. 



Anon. 



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2 Remember Thy pure word of grace, 
Remember Calvary, 

Remember all Thy dying groans, 
And then remember me. 

3 Lord ! I am guilty — I am vile, 
But Thy salvation's free ; 

Then, in Thine all-abounding grace, 
Dear Lord, remember me. 

4 And when I close mine eyes in death, 
When creatures helps all flee ; 

Then, O my dear Redeemer God, 
I pray, remember me. 

Richard Burnham, 1783, a 



298 



297 



O Jesus, Saviour of the lost, 

My Rock and Hiding-place, 
By storms of sin and sorrow tossed, 

I seek Thy sheltering grace. 

2 Guilty, forgive me Lord ! I cry ; 
Pursued by foes, I come ; 

A sinner, save me, or I die— 
An outcast, take me home. 

3 And when I stand before Thy throne, 
And all Thy glories see, 

Still be my righteouness alone 
To hide'myself in Thee. 

Edward H. Bickersteth* 1849. 



How oft, alas ! this wretched heart 
Has wandered from the Lord ! 

How oft my roving thoughts depart, 
Forgetful of his word ! 

2 Yet sovereign mercy calls — "Return !" 
Dear Lord ! and may I come? 

My vile ingratitude I mourn ; 
Oh ! take the wanderer home. 

3 Thy pard'ning love, so free, so sweet, 
Dear Saviour ! I adore ; 

Oh ! keep me at Thy sacred feet, 
And let me rove no more. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 

299 

O God of mercy ! hear my call, 

My load of guilt remove ; 
Break down this separating wall, 

That bars me from Thy love. 

2 Give me the presence of thy grace ; 
Then my rejoicing tongue 

Shall speak aloud Thy righteousness. 
And make Thy praise my song. 

3 No blood of goats, nor heifer slain, 
For sin could e'er atone : 

The death of Christ shall still remain 
Sufficient and alone. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



TSteperricmce. 



,00 Redemption, l. m. 

Key d|?. 



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2 Pity and heal my sin-sick soul; 

'Tis Thou alone canst make me whole; 
Dark, till in me Thine image shine, 
And lost, I am, till Thou art mine. 

3 At last I own it cannot be 
That I should fit myself for Thee: 
Here, then, to Thee I all resign; 
Thine is the work, and only Thine 

4 What shall I say Thy grace to move? 
Lord, I am sin, — but Thou art love: 

I give up every plea beside, — 
Lord, I am lost — but Thou hast died 

Charles Wesley, 1739, a. 



3OI 



With broken heart and contrite sigh, 
A trembling sinner, Lord! I cry; 
Thy pard'uing grace is rich and free; 
O God! be merciful to me! 

2 I smite upon my troubled breast, 
With deep and conscious guilt oppressed 
Christ and His cross, my only plea; 

God! be merciful to me! 

3 Far off I stand with tearful eyes, 
Nor dare uplift them to the skies; 
But Thou dost all my anguish see; 
God! be merciful to me! 



4 Nor alms, nor deeds, that I have done, 
Can for a single sin atone; 

To Calvary alone I flee; 
O God! be merciful to me! 

5 And when, redeemed from sin and hell, 
With all the ransomed throng I dwell, 
My raptured song shall ever be, 

God has been merciful to me! 

Cornelius Elven, 185?. 

302 

Nature with open volume stands 

To spread her Maker's praise abroad; 

And every labor of His hands 

Shows something worthy of a God: — 

2 But in the grace that rescued man, 
His brightest form of glory shines; 

Here, on the cross, 'tis fairest drawn, 
In precious blood and crimson lines. 

3 Oh! the sweet wonders of that cross, 
Where God, the Saviour, loved and died ! 

Her noblest life my spirit draws 

From His dear wounds and bleeding side. 

4 I would forever speak His name, 
In sounds to mortal ears unknown; 

With angels join to praise the Lamb, 
And worship at His Father's throne. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



QR.ejrert{cmce. 



303 Anastasius. l. m. 



Johann A. Freylinghausen, 1704. 



KEYF. 

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In 


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kings is 


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2 Life and salvation doth He bring, 
Wherefore rejoice, and gladly sing; 
Eterual praise, my God! to Thee! 
Creator 1 wise is Thy decree. 

3 Fliug wide the portals of your heart, 
Make it a temple, set apart 

From earthly use for heaven's employ, 
Adorned with prayer, and love, and joy. 

4 Redeemer! come; I open wide 

My heart to Thee; here, Lord! abide; 
Let me Thine inner presence feel, 
Thy grace and love in me reveal. 

5 Thy Holy Spirit guide us on 
Until our glorious goal be won I 
Eternal praise, eternal fame, 

Be offered, Saviour! to Thy name! 

Ger., George IVeissel, 1635. 
Tr. Catherine Winkworth, 1855. 

3°4 

God calling yet! — shall I not hear? 
Earth's pleasures shall I still hold dear? 
Shall life's swift passing years all fly, 
And still my soul in slumbers lie? 

2 God calling yet! — shall I not rise? 
Can I His loving voice despise, 
And basely His kind care repay? 
He calls me still; can I delay? 



f :f |n :n 

d Ir |d :d 

hold the King of 

1 :s 
1, :t, 



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Id 



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waits! 

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Id. 



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n :r |r Is 

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II 
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world is 


here. 


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1 Is 


f |n 


ii. 


II :»l 


Id, 



3 God calling yet! — and shall He knock, 
And I my heart the closer lock? 

He still is waiting to receive, 

And shall I dare His Spirit grieve? 

4 God calling yet! — I cannot stay; 
My heart I yield without delay; 

Vain world! farewell!; from thee I part; 
The voice of God hath reached my heart. 

Ger., Gerhard Tersteegen , 1 730. 
Tr. Jane Borthiuick, 1853. 



3°5 



Jesus, my All, to heaven is gone, 
He whom I fix my hopes upon; 
Bis track I see, and I'll pursue, 
The narrow way, till Him I view. 

2 The way the holy prophets went, 
The road that leads from banishment, 
The King's highway of holiness, 

I'll go; for all His paths are peace. 

3 Lo ! glad I come 1 and Thou, blest Lamb, 
Shalt take me to Thee as I am ; 
Nothing but sin I Thee can give; 
Nothing but love shall I receive. 

4 Then will I tell, to sinners round, 
What a dear Saviour I have found; 
I'll point to Thy redeeming blood, 
And say — Behold the way to God! 

John Cennick, 1743, a. 



^2Peraleirce. 



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of 


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2 So vile I am, how dare I hope to stand 
In the pure glory of that holy land? 
Before the whiteness of that throne appear? 

Yet there are hands stretch'd out to draw me near. 

3 It is the voice of Jesus that I hear, 

His are the hands stretch'd out to draw me near, 
And His the blood that can for all atone, 
And set me faultless there before the throne. 

4 Yea, Thou wilt answer for me, righteous Lord: 
Thine all the merits, mine the great reward; 
Thine the sharp thorns, and mine the golden crown, 
Mine the life won, and Thine the life laid down. 

5 Naught can I bring, dear Lord, for all I owe, 
Yet let my full heart what it can bestow; 
Like Mary's gift let my devotion prove, 
Forgiven greatly, how I greatly love. 

Samuel J. Stone, 1865. 



^Penitence. 



3°7 

Key D 



Remember Me. ios. 



Thomas Hewlett, 1863. 



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In 



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In 
the 

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d :— 
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me. 
n I— 
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pro- 



sei I— 
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claimed, 
t, I- 

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see: 
d' I— 

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2 For Thy tormentors, for my pardon sue; 
"Father, forgive, they know not what they do." 
When they that piere'd, when every eye, shall see 
Thee in Thy Kingdom, Lord, remember me. 

3 Think of me now with all Thy sorrows press'd; 
Think of me in Thy crowning of the blest; 
Confess'd, besought, and worshipped on the Tree, 
Lord, in Thy kingdom, still remember me. 

4 'Mid all the thronging of Thy ransomed dead; 
With all the Book of Life before Thee spread; 
Toss'd, like a waif, upon the living sea 

By angels parted, Lord, remember me. 

5 Lord, ere I see Thy kingdom, let me see 
Thy Paradise, and Paradise with Thee; 

There while I rest, from death, from sorrow free, 
Lord, in my resting still remember me. Amen. 

Herbert Kynaston, 1862. 



:- m 1- 

I- |d I- 

men. 
I- |s I- 
I— Id I— 



^Penitence, 



508 Litany. 7s. 



J. Foster, from John L. Hatton. 



Key C 
In .n 

Sav - iour, 



Lah is A. Unisons 

11 .1 :t .t 




2 By Thy birth and early years, 
By Thy human griefs and fears, 
By Thy fasting and distress 
In the lonely wilderness, 
By Thy vict'ry in the hour 
Of the subtle tempter's power; 
Jesus, look with pitying eye; 
Hear our solemn litany. 



3 By Thy conflict with despair, 
By Thine agony of prayer, 
By the purple robe of scorn, 
By Thy wounds, Thy crown of thorn, 
By Thy cross, Thy pangs, and cries, 
By Thy perfect sacrifice; 
Jesus, look with pitying eye; 
Hear our solemn litany. 



^JPcmtertce. 



4 By Thy deep expiring groan 
By the sealed sepulchral stone, . 
By Thy triumph o'er the grave, 
By Thy power from death to save; 



Mighty God, ascended Lord, 
To Thy throne in heaven restored, 
Prince and Saviour, hear our cry, 
Hear our solemn litany. Amen. 

Robert Grant, 1815. 



309 Gloria Paschali. 8s & 7s. 



KEY F. 
PI 



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:d — 

To 

'i n .f 

:d 



f 

d :d 

God on 

s if 
d.t,:i, 



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d^t, Id^r 

high be 

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thanks and praise For 

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Id 
er! 

In 
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Ids, 

With 

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joy to 

r Ir 

r, Ir, 



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h. 

Him 

Id 
II, 



t, 

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:r 

Hi 



^ p.t. 

1, Ise, |1, :i,r 

f. In, |n, I fe,t, 

hearts as - cend , The 

r_^d It, |d Irs 

rT" m, |1, lr,S, 



n ;f |s if 
d id Id^t.Id^r 

Source of peace, that 



S If 

d.ta,Il, 



: i_l s 
li.ti 



n ;r \n In 

r^dltj^ljlt, Id 

knows no end, A 

s : 1 I se is 

d if |n Id 



n : r .n I f I r 
d Ir.de|r Il t .t, 
peace that none can 
1 II 1 II 

1. If -n |r If, 



d 


Ir 


d 


I*i 


sev 
S 


I- .f 


n,.f 


Is, 



d 
d 

er! 

|n 
d, 



2 The honors paid Thy holy name, 

To hear Thou ever deignestl 
Then, God the Father, still the same, 

Unshaken ever reignest! 
Unmeasured stands Thy glorious might! 
Thy thoughts, Thy deeds out-strip the light! From out our depths we sinners cry, 

Our heaven Thou, Lord, remainest! Have mercy on us, Jesus! 

Nicholas Decius, 1539. 



3 O Jesus Christ, our God and Lord, 
Son of Thy heavenly Father, 

O Thou who hast our peace restored, 
And the lost sheep doth gather, 

Thou Lamb of God, to Thee on high 



^JPeraience. 



; l( : 


) Dewitt. 


C. M. 










u. 


C. Burnap, 1868. 


Key C. Lah is A. Grave. 












In 


1 :t |d' It.l 


d ;r |m 


In 


1 :l.t|d' :r' 




n' : 


— 


1- 


In' v 


In 


1 it |d' It.l 


d Ir |n 


It, 


n In 1 11 




se I 


— 


1- 


IS ) 


I 


see the crowd in 


Pi - late's hall, I 


nark their wrath-ful 


miec 


; 




Their > 


in 


1 it |d' It.l 


d ir |n 


ise 


l 11. sell n 




t : 


— 


1- 


Id' \ 


in 


1 It |d' it.l 


d Ir |n 


In.r 


d Id. nil If 




n : 


— 


1- 


Id / 


r' In' |d' :t 


1 It .1 |se 


Ise 


1 11 .t |d' 


It 


1 


; — 


1- 


s Is | m :s 


III In 


;n 


n If |n 


ir 


d 


:— 


1- 


shouts of "cru - ci - 


fy" ap - pall, 


With 


blas-phe - my 


be - 


tween. 




t Id' |d' I PI' 


i' :r' |t 


It 


1 11 |1 


ise 


1 


:— 


1- 


s 


Id |1 In 


f Ir |n 


In .r 


d :r |n 


I 


T 


1, 


i— 


1- 



2 And of that shouting multitude 
I feel that I am one; 

And in that din of voices rude, 
I recognize my own. 

3 I see the scourges tear His back, 
I see the piercing crown, 

And of that crowd who smite aud mock 
I feel that I am one. 

4 Around yon cross the throng I see, 
Mocking the Sufferer's groan; 

Yet still my voice it seems to be, 
As if I mocked alone. 

5 'Twas I that shed the sacred blood, 
I nailed Him to the tree, 

I crucified the Christ of God, 
I joined the mockery. 

6 Yet not the less that blood avails 
To cleanse away my sin; 

And not the less that cross prevails 
To give me peace within. 

Horatius Bonar, 1857. 

Oh! injured Majesty of heaven! 

Look from Thy holy throne: 
A prostrate rebel owns, with grief, 

The treasons he hath done 



2 While love its grateful anthem swells, 
Tears mingle with the song: 

My heart with tender anguish bleeds, 
That I such grace should wrong. 

3 Remorse and shame my lips have sealed, 
But, my Father! speak; 

And all the harmony of heaven, 
Shall through the silence break. 

Philip Doddridge, 1749. 

3 12 

Dear Saviour! when my thoughts recall 

The wonders of Thy grace, 
Low at Thy feet, ashamed, I fall, 

And hide this wretched face. 

2 Shall love like Thine be thus repaid? 
Ah! vile, ungrateful heart! 

By earth's low cares detained, betrayed, 
From Jesus to depart. 

3 But He, for His own mercy's sake, 
My wandering soul restores; 

He bids the morning heart partake 
The pardon it implores. 

4 Confirm the kind forgiving word, 
With pity in Thy face, 

And will own for ever, Lord! 
Thy condescending grace. 

Anne Steele, 1760 a. 



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KEY G. 

d is, 

s, :s. 

Lord, and 
n Ir 

d :t, 



d 


Ir 


1, 


it. 


is 


Thine 


PI 


:s 


h 


:s. 



r 


In .f : s 


t, 


|d : d 


ger 


gone,— And 


s 


Is *.s 


S| 


|d .r In 



1 :s |f :n 

d Id |d.t,:d 

art Thou pa - ci 

f *.s 1 .s : s 



f In 



:d 



r .— 

ti :— 

fied! 

s :— 

s, :- 



d 


:s, 


Id 


ir 


pi 


:r |n . f Is 


1 


Is If In 


r I— |— 


S| 


:s. 


11. 


:t, 


d 


it, |d~:d 


d 


Id : d . t ,: d 


t. :- 1- 


Af 


- ter 


all 


that 


I 


have done, Dost 


Thou no long - er 


chide! 


PI 


ir 


|H 


Is 


s 


: s 1 s : s 


f 


: s 1 1 .sis 


s I— |— 


d 


:t, 


Hi 


is, 


d 


Is, d .r : m 


f 


I pi |r Id 


s, I— 1 — 


s 
d 

her. 


:i 

:d 

Thy 


Is 

Id 
love 


:i 

:d 

my 


s : f .pi |r :— 
d : rTd 1 1, :— 

heart con - strain, 


PI 
d 

All 


Ir .pi |f I pi 
It7.d|r Id 

my rest - less 


r .dlr .pi |r 

t^Tiit7d|t, 

pas - sion sway 


PI 


:f 


|n 


:f 


PI 


Is | s I— 


s 


Is |s Is 


s Is s 


d 


id 


Id 


:d 


d 


:t,.d|s, :- 


B| 


Is, |s, Is, 


S| • S| 1 s, 



d Is, 


|d Ir 


n Ir 


|P1 .f Is 


1 


Is .f |P1 


Ir 


d 


S, IS| 


U, It, 


d It, 


Id - Id 


d 


IdTr |d 


:t, 


d 


Keep me, 
n Ir 


lest I 
|pi.fels 


tarn a 
s Is 


- gain Out 
|s Is 


of 
I 


the nar 
Is.l |s 


- row 
If 


way 
Pi 


d It, 


|Ti :si 


d Is, 


|d,.r,m. 


li 


lPl,.f,|S, 


Is, 


d, 



2 To the cross, Thine altar, bind 

Me with cords of love; 
Never let me freedom find 

From Thee, my Lord, to move: 
That I never, never more 

From my much-loved Master part, 
To the posts of mercy's door, 

Oh nail my willing heart 1 



3 As the apple of Thine eye, 

Thy weakest servant keep; 
Help me at Thy feet to lie, 

And there forever weep: 
Tears of joy mine eyes o'erflow, 

That I've any hope of heaven; 
Much of love I ought to know, 

For I am much forgiven! 

CharZrs Wesley, 1745, 



TJPemiertce. 



Tune— AMSTERDAM. 



3 J 4 

Lord, I feel a carnal mind 

That hangs about ine still, 
Vainly though I strive to bind 

My own rebellious will ; 
Is not haughtiness of heart 

Gulf between my Lord and me? 
Meek Redeemer! now impart 

Thine own humility! 

2 Fain would I my Lord pursue, 
Be all my Saviour taught, 

Do as Jesus bade me do, 

And think as Jesus thought: 

But 'tis Thou must change my heart; 

The good gift must come froni Thee; 

Meek Redeemer! now impart 
Thine own humility! 



315 Even Me. 8s 7s 6 7. 

Key Ab. 



3 Let Thy cross my will control; 
Conform me to my Guide! 

In the manger lay my soul, 

And crucify my pride! 
Give me, Lord, Thy gentle heart; 

Lowly Mind! my portion be! 
Meek Redeemer! now impart 

Thine own humility! 

4 Tear away my every boast; 
My stubborn mind abase; 

Saviour, fix my only trust 

In Thy redeeming grace! 
Give me a submissive heart, 

From all self-dependence free; 
Meek Redeemer! now impart 

Thine own humility! 

Augustus M. Toplady, 1759, a. 



Y, 1862. 



D.C. 



n : — : f 


s :— 


:d 


f :-:n 


pi :— Ir 


r ".— I pi 


f :— :r 


d I— It, 


d I- 1- J 


S| I — I S| 


s, :— 


:s, 


S t '.— I S| 


Si :— : S| 


l, :— :i. 


i. :-:i. 


S| '.— I s. 


s, I— I— 


(Lord! I 
( Show - ers, 

d :— :r 


hear 
the thi 

Pi I— 


of 
rsty 

:pi 


showers of 
land re- 

r :— :d 


bless - ing, 
fresh -ing;- 

d :-:t, 


Thou art 
-Let their 

i, :— :de 


scatter - ing 
bless - ing 
r I— Ir 


full and 
fall on 
Pi I— If 


free; \ 
me, — J 
Pi I— I— 


d :-:d 


d :— 


:d 


t, :— :d 


S| I— I S| 


f, i— .'pi. 


r, I- I f , 


s, I— Is, 


d, I- I- 


s :— In 


s :— 


:— 


n :— Id 


pi :— :— 


n :— if 


s I— Id 


pi I— Ir 


d I— I— 


d :— : S| 


d :— 


:— 


d :— is. 


d :— :— 


s, :— :s. 


s, I- 1 1, 


d I— It, 


d I— I— 


E - ven 

n :— :d 


me, — 

n :— 


■ 


- ven 

s :— in 


me! 


Let their 

d :— :r 


bless - ing 
Pi I — I Pi 


fall on 
s I— If 


me. 

Pi I— I— 


d :-:d 


d :— 


:— 


d, :— :d. 


d| I — I — 


d :— :d 


d I- 11, 


s, I— I s. 


d, I— I— 



2 Pass me not, O tender Saviour! 
Let me love and cling to Thee; 

I am longing for Thy favor; 

When Thou comest, call for me, — 
Even me. 

3 Pass me not, mighty Spirit! 
Thou canst make the blind to see; 

Witnesser of Jesus' merit, 

Speak the word of power to me, — 
Even me. 



4 Have I long in sin been sleeping, 
Long been slighting, grieving Thee? 

Has the world my heart been keeping? 
Oh! forgive and rescue me, — 
Even me. 

5 Love of God, so pure and changeless, — 
Blood of God, so rich and free, — 

Grace of God, so strong and boundless, — 
Magnify them all in me, — 
Even me. 

Elizabeth Codntr, i860. 







QPemience. 








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KEY Bt>. 








/ !Si 


d :-.d |n Id 


d :- 11, :d 


s, :d 


Ir 


In 


r I— | — 


\in, 


n, :-.n,|s, :s. 


i, :- |fi :i> 


s, Is, 


Is, 


:s, 


s, I— |— 


/ To - 


day Thymer - ey 


calls me, To 


wash a - 


way 


my 


sins: 


/:s. 


s, :-.s, |d :d 


d :- id :d 


d Id 


It, 


Id 


t, I— 1 — 


\:d, 


d; I-.d, |d. In, 


f, :- If, if, 


n, I m t 


1*1 


Id, 


s, :— I— 



:s, 


d 


I-.d |n Id 


d :- 


Ii. :d 


S| Id 


|n 


Ir 


d 


:f. 


n. 


I- .ni |s, Is, 


ii :- 


|fi :L 


S| lH| 


Is, 


:«. 


n, 


How- 


ev 


er great my 


tress - 


pass, What - 


e'er I 


may 


have 


been, 


:t, 


d 


I-.d |d Id 


d I— 


|d Id 


d Id 


Id 


:t, 


d 


:s, 


d, 


I-.d, |d. In, 


I. :- 


Hi :ii 


n. Id, 


Is, 


Is, 


d, 



Is, 


r I-.r |d 

f. :-.f,|ni 


Ir 

Is, 


n I— 
s, I— 


m 

Is, 


In 
Is, 


i In |1, 

fi :s, |i. 


Ir 

:i. 


d :- it 


Is, 


S| I— |- 


How 


ev - er long 


from 


mer - - 


cy 


I 


may have turned 


a - 


way, 


:s, 


t, I-.t, |d 


:t, 


d I— 


Id 


Id 


d Id |d 


If 


n I— |r 


:s. 


s, I-.s, |s, 


Is, 


d I— 


Id 


rd^t, 


1, :s, |f, 


:r, 


s, I— 1- 


:s, 


d I-.d |n 


Id 


d I— 


Hi 


Id 


s. Id |n 


Ir 


d I- |- 


:f. 


n, I- .ni |S| 


Is, 


ii :- 


If. 


Mi 


s, In, |s, 


:fi 


n, I— |- 


Thy 


blood, Christ 


! can 


cleanse 


me, 


And 


make me white 


to - 


day. 


'"•t| 


d I-.d |d 


Id 


d I— 


Id 


Id 


d Id |d 


:t, 


d I- |- 


Is, 


d, I-.d, |d, 


In, 


fi :— 


If, 


• U 


n, Id, |s, 


:s. 


d, I- 1- 



2 To-day Thy gate is open, 

And all who enter in 
Shall find a Father's welcome, 

And pardon for their sin; 
The past shall be forgotten, 

A present joy be given, 
A further grace be promised — 

A glorious crown in heaven. 



3 To-day the Father calls me; 

The Holy Spirit waits; 
The blessed angels gather 

Around the heavenly gates; 
No question will be asked me, 

How often I have come; 
Although I oft have wandered, 

It is my Father's home. 

Osvjald Allen, 186a. 



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KEY E. 



:d 


d 


:t,.d|r Ir 


r Id |- 


- In 


:s. 


S| 


:s, it, :t, 


t, :d 1- 


- :s. 





Je 


- sus Thou art 


standing 


Out 


In 


PI 


Ir. PI |f If 


f :pi 1- 


- :d> 


:d 


d 


:d id :d 


d :d 1 


- :d 



J H. Knecht and Edward Husband. 



pi :r .pi |i ir 
d : d id :i, 

side the fast-clos'd 

t :ta 11 :i 

d :d |f, If, 



t, 

S| 

door 

r 

s. 



:d 

Is, 

In 

In 
Id 



d :M|n Is 
s. Is, |d Id 
low - ly pa - tience 
PI Ir .PI |S I ta 
d Id - |d Id 



d I 

wait 

ta I 

pi I 



If 
Id 
ing 
II Is 

if :a 



1 pi 

Id 

To 



r Ipi.f I pi I-.r 

i, :fTit, it, 

pass the thres-hold 
f I PI .r |S I- .f 

f. IfT Is, Is, 



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d 

o'er 
PI 

d 



Is 
Id 

"We 

Ipi 

Id 



In 
Id 
Oh, 
'is 
Id 



d 1 :-.t 1 : pi 

pi I- .pi I pi Ipi 

bear the name of 

pi I-.se|l II 

1, I-.t, |d Id 



n Ir .pi |d Ipi .s 
d Id |d :d~ 
shame, thrice shame up 
S If .s In Is^ta 
d : d Id Id" 



s I— 


\t 


Ipi 


r 


Id 1 


Id' 


It .1 


s I 


PI I— 


Ir 


Id 


d 


Id.r 


|n 


IrTd 


t, I 


Chris - 
1 I— 


tians, 

U 


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Is 


name and 

fe Is 


sign 

1 fe 


we 
Ife 


bear : 
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|r 


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If 


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It. 


Id.r 


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Id 


1. 


Hi 


Is, 


Is, 


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-on 

ta I— 


us! 

II 


To 

Is 


keep Him 
f In 


standing 

|r iPl.f 


there 
n I 


f I— 


If 


Id 


f, 


:fi 


Is, 


Is, 


d I 



2 Jesus, Thou art knocking: 

And lo! that hand is scarred, 
And thorns Thy brow encircle, 

And tears Thy face have marred: 
Oh, love that passeth knowledge, 

So patiently to wait! 
Oh, sin that hath no equal, 

So fast to bar the gate! 



3 O Jesus, Thou art pleading 

In accents meek and low, — 
" I died for you, my children, 

And will ye treat me so?" 
Lord, with shame and sorrow 

We open now the door: 
Dear Saviour, enter, enter, 

And leave us nevermore! 

W. W. How, 1854 



^Pemieirce. 



318 Walsal. c 



KEY C. Lah is A. 
d 1 It.l |F1 In' 

pi In |n In 

should the chil- dren 

1 :l |se II 

1 id Im.rld 



•ill 

I"n 

Why 

Id' 

:i 



In 1 
Is 

(Great 
'id' 
d 



n 1 in'.r'lr 1 id'.t 
s Is |s .f In 
Com- fort- er ! de - 
d 1 I d^t 1 1 I dM; 
d In Is ;l.t 



. M. 


Henry Purchll, 1695. 


r'.d'It 1 Id'.t 
f.lise jl in.se 


1 Ise |l.t Id'.r' 
1 in |n 11 


n' :- 1— \ 
se I— |— / 


of a King, Go 

1 Ir' |d' Id'.r' 


mourning all their 
n' It |d'.t 11 


days? 


r In 1, :i7t. 


d .r in |1. si f 


n I— |— / 


l.sell,t.d'|t In' 
n In .1 | se In 


l.seil .t |d' It 
n :- .f |n I- .r 


1 I— 1 — 
d I— 1 — 


scend, and bring Some 

n'.r'Id' .n'|n' Ise 
d'.tll |n in.r 


to - kens of Thy 
l.r'Id'.l|l ;se 
d.ti'.d .r |n in 


grace. 

1 I— I'- 
ll I— 1 — 



2 Dost Thou not dwell in all the saints, 
And seal the heirs of heaven? 

When wilt Thou banish ray complaints, 
And show my sins forgiven? 



3 J 9 



Pentecost, l. m. 



KEYF. 



n In In 


n I— I n 


r I— Id 


1 :-:- 


n In In 


n I— Ir 


r I- Id 


d Id Id 


d I— Id 


t, I- Id 


ti :-:- 


d Id Id 


i. :-:i. 


1, I-Ife, 


Wea-ry of 


wand'ring 


from my 


God, 


And now mad 


8 will - ing 


to re- 


s Is Is 


s I— Is 


s I— Is 


s I — I— 


s Is Is 


s I— If 


r I — Ir 


d Id Id 


d I— Id 


f I- In 


r I— I— 


d Id Id 


I. :- : i 1 


f. :-:i, 



3 Assure my conscience of her part 

In the Redeemer's blood; 
And bear Thy witness with my heart, 

That I am born of God. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 
William Boyd, 1874. 



r I- 

s, I- 

turn, 

ti :- 
s, :- 



/ 


n In In 


n :— In 


r I— In 


f I— I— 


r Ir Ir 


n I— Ir 


d I- It, 


1 


s, I s, Ise, 


i. :-:i. 


i. :-:ii 


ii :- :- 


S, IS, IS| 


8, I- 11, 


S, I— I f | 


/ 


I hear and 


bow me 


to the 


rod, 


For Thee, not 


with - out 


hope, I 


) 


n In Ir 


d I— Ide 


r I— I de 


r .'— '— 


ti It, It, 


d Is If 


f In Ir 


\ 


d Id It, 


1, I— Is, 


fi :-:n, 


r, I- 1- 


S| • S| • s, 


N| I— • * 1 


s, I— I s, 



d I— 

n, I— 

mourn. 

d i—: 
d,I— 



2 Jesus, full of pardoning grace, 
More full of grace than I of sin; 

Yet once again I seek Thy face: 
Open Thine arms and take me in. 



3 Thou know'st the way to bring me back, 

My fallen spirit to restore: 
O for Thy truth and mercy's sake, 

Forgive, and bid me sin no more. 

Charles Wesley, 1749, ab. 



^2?emience. 



320 Manoah. c. m. 

Key Ab. 



F. J. Haydn, 1801. 



:d.r 


n :— :r 


d :- 


:t, 


t, :-:i, 


li '.— Ir.n 


f 


I— :n 


Is, 


s, :— :t. 


d :- 


Is, 


f. :-:f. 


J. :-:!T 


i. 


:-:i, 


Ap- 


proaeh, my 


soul! 


the 


mer - cy 


seat, Where 


Je 


sus 


iPl.f 


s :-:i 


n :— 


:d 


d :-:d 


d I— Ir.de 


r 


:— :de 


:"d7 


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d, :- 


:d, 


f, :— :t,. 


f, :— :f,.n, 


T| 


:— :iii 



r :— :d 


d :— :— 


t, 


1, :— :i, 

an - swers 
r '.— '.re 


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prayer ; 

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r 


f< :-:fe] 


s, :— :— 





lis, 

:fl 

(Ther|e 

:t, 

l:s, 



pi '.— '.v 


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pi, :s,:f, 


1. :-:s, 


ii :-:i. 


b hum - bly 


fall be- 


fore His 


d :— :d 


d :— :d 


d :-:de 


d, :— : d. 


d, :-:d, 


f. :-:ii 



s : f :r 
iT:-:ii 

feet, For 
r :— :r 

r, :-:f> 



2 Thy promise is my only plea, 
With this I venture nigh: 

Thou callest burdened souls to Thee, 
And such, Lord! am I. 

3 Bowed down beneath a load of sin, 
By Satan sorely pressed, 

By war without and fears within, 
I come to Thee for rest. 

4 Be Thou my shield and hiding-place 
That, sheltered near Thy side, 

1 may my fierce Accuser face, 

And tell him Thou hast died. 

5 Oh, wondrous love, — to bleed and die, 
To bear the cross and shame, 

That guilty sinners, such as I, 
Might plead Thy gracious name! 

John Newton, 1779. 

3 21 

Whex, wounded sore, the stricken soul 

Lies bleeding and unbound, 
One only hand, a pierced hand, 

Can salve the sinner's wound. 

2 When sorrow swells the laden breast, 
And tears of anguish flow, 

One only heart, a broken heart, 
Can feel the sinner's woe. 

3 When penitence has wept in vain 
Over some foul, dark spot, 



d :— :s, 
S| i— : s t 

none can 

n :— :n 
s, :— :si 



pi .— .r 

s, :— :s, 

per - ish 

s :— :t 

S| :— \ S| 



d :- 

S| :- 

there. 
Pi J- 

dil- 



One only stream, a stream of blood, 
Can wash away the blot. 

4 'Tis Jesus' blood, that washes white, 
His hand, that brings relief; 

His heart, that's touched with all our joys, 
And feeleth for our grief. 

5 Lift up Thy bleeding hand, Lord! 
Unseal that cleansing tide; 

We have no shelter from our sin, 
But in Thy wounded side. 

Cecil F. Alexander, 1858. 



322 



With tears of anguish I lament, 

Here at Thy feet, my God! 
My passion, pride, and discontent, 

And vile ingratitude. 

2 Sure there was ne'er a heart so base, 
So false, as mine has been, — 

So faithless to its promises, 
So prone to every sin? 

3 How long, dear Saviour! shall I feel 
These struggles in my breast? 

When wilt Thou bow my stubborn will, 
And give my conscience rest? 

4 Break, sovereign grace! O! break the 
And set the captive free; [charm, 

Reveal, almighty God! Thine arm, 
And haste to rescue me. 

Samuel Stennett, 1787. 



TJPemlence. 



3 2 3 

Key C. 



Come to Me. 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1852. 



With 



tearful eyes 



s 

pi 

look 
d' 



t 



Tet midst the gloom, I hear a sound, A heavenly 



2 It tells me of a place of rest; 

It tells me where my | soul may|flee:|| 
Oh! to the weary, faint, oppressed, 
How sweet the | bidding, — | 
"Come to I Me!" 

3 "When nature shudders, loth to part 
From all I love, en- 1 joy, aud|see,|| 

When a faint chill steals o'er my heart, 
A sweet voice | utters, — |" Come to | 
Me!" 





1 :s 


d> 


:— 




f Ipi 


pi 


:— 


eems a dark and 


storm - y 
d 1 :d> 


sea; 
s 


* 




d :d 


d 


:— 


d' :i 


s :i 


pi 


: — 


s :i 


pi : r 


d 


:— 


whsi - per, — 
s .d> : d 1 
pi If 


" Come to 
d 1 .s : s 

s : s. 


Me!" 

s 

d 


:— 



3 2 4 



De Profundis. 



4 "Come, for all else must fail and die; 
Earth is no resting- 1 place for) tliee:|j 

Heav'nward direct thy weeping eye, 
I am thy I portion; — |Come to|Me!" 

5 O voice of mercy! voice of love! 
In conflict, grief, and|ag-o-|ny,|| 

Support me, cheer me from above! 
And geutly | whisper, — | " Come to | 

]y( e J » Charlotte Elliott, 1841. 

Anon. 



Key C. 





PI 


n 


pi 


r 


s 


1 


s 




d 


d 


d 


t. 


r 


f 


r 




s 


1 


s 


s 


t 


d> 


t 




d 


1. 


d 


■1 


s 


f 


s 



s 

PI 

d> 
d 

Out of the depths have I cried unto Thee, |0 Lord! | 

Lord, hear my | voice : 1 1 Let Thine ears be at-|tentive to the | voice ■ of my suppli- 1 

cations. || 
If Thou, Lord, shouldst mark iniquities, 1 Lord! | who shall |stand?|| 
But there is forgiveness with | Thee, ||That Thou raayest be | feared. || 
I wait for the Lord, | my soul doth wait, | And in His word do 1 1 hope. || 
My soul waiteth for the Lord more than they that watch for the|morning:||I 

say, more than they that watch for the morning. || 
Let Israel hope in the Lord ;| For with the Lord there is mercy, |and with Him 

is plenteous re-|demption.|| 
And He shall redeem | Israel || From all His in-|iquities.|| 

Psalm CXXX. 



UPemience. 



325 Achor. 7S&6S. 

key n\t. 



John H. Cornell, 1865. 



In 
Id 

Lord 

Is 

Id 



PI I-.P1 |s Is 


d I— |d 


Id' 


f If 


If :-.s 


n I— 


d I-.d |r It, 


d It,.l,|s, 


Id 


d Id 


It, :-.t, 


d :— 


God of my sal - 


va - tion, 


To 


Thee, to 


Thee I 


cry; 


s I-.s |s If 


PI I- .f |S 


Is 


1 11 


|s I-.S 


S I— 


d I-.d It, Is, 


1, :s,.f,|Pl, 


In 


r Ir 


|S, I-.S, 


d I— 



B>. 


t — =-c 




>1, 


1, I-.t, |d Ir 


n I-.r |d Ir 


:«. 


f. :-.fi |ni :ii 


se. In, | ri| Il| 





let my sup - pli- 


ca tion Ar 


I sd 


d I-.r |d 11, 


t, :- |d Id 


:«, 


f. I-.r, |1, If, 


n, Ise, |I| If| 



n In |n I-.r 

S| Is, Is, I-.f, 
rest Thine ear on 

d Id |t, I-.t, 

s, Is, js, I-.s, 



d 

high 

d 
d, 



Id 


n I- .r |d Ir 


d I-.t, |1, 


11, 


In, 


s, I-.f, |n, 11, 


1, I-.se,|l, 


In, 


Dis- 


tress - es round me 


thick - en, 


My 


Is, 


d I-.t, |d 11, 


n I-.r |d 


Ide 


Id, 


d I-.s, |1, If, 


n, I— |1, 


Is, 



1, I-.t, Id It, 
1, I-.l, |1, Ise, 

life draws near the 
r I-.re|n In 

f, I-.f, In, Ir, 



fE|2. 



nt I— 
1|P1 I— 
grave ; 
nt I— 
d|S, I— 



It I- 


d 1 Id 1 |t I-.l 


s I— |s 


If 


n In |f Ir 


d I 


|f :- 


n In s I-.f 


n I— |n 


Ir 


d Id |t, It, 


d I 


De - 

Ir' I- 


scend, Lord, to 

d 1 11 |s I-.d' 


quick - en, 

d 1 Ita |l 


De- 
ll 


scend my soul to 
s Is 1 r If 


save 

n : 


|s, Ise, 


1, Id |n I-.f 


d I- If, 


If, 


s, Is, |s, Is, 


d : 



2 Thy wrath lies hard upon me, 

Thy billows o'er me roll; 
My friends all seem to shun me, 

And foes beset my soul. 
Where'er on earth I turn me, 

No comforter is near; 
Wilt Thou too, Father, spurn me? 

Wilt Thou refuse to hear? 



3 No! banished and heart-broken 

My soul still clings to Thee; 
The promise Thou hast spoken 

Shall still my refuge be. 
So present ills and terrors 

May future joy increase; 
And scourge me from my errors 

To duty, hooe, and peace. 

H. F. Lyte, 1834. 



IJPemieirce. 



26 Pelton. s. 



M. 



Out 
Id 

:d. 



Key Bb. 
s, IS! I f e 1 1 s, 

pii Ipi| I rei lPi| 

of the depths of 

d Id |d Id 

d| Id, |d, Id| 



1, 


Id 


it 


f, 


:i< 


is 


woe, 




d 


:— 


1- 


f, 


:— 


1- 



1, 

To 

:d 



s. In, |f. Is, 

iii *.d, ir, It 2 

Thee, Lord ! I 

d IS| |s. Is, 

S| Is, |S, Is, 



n Is 

s, : ta 


|s.f In.r 

|IT:Mi 


d Id 

n, In, 


It, 
|r, 


Ir 
If, 


but I 


know That 


Thou art 


ev 


- er 


d Id 


|d Id 


d Id 


Is, 


:t. 


d In, 


If. :f. 


s, Is, 


Is, 


:s. 



2 I cast my hope on Thee; 
Thou canst, Thou wilt forgive ; 

Wert Thou to mark iniquity, 
Who in Thy sight could live? 

3 Humbly on Thee I wait, 
Confessing all my sin: 

Lord! I am knocking at Thy gate; 
Open, and take me in. 



r, Id, 



fi :«i 1— :s, 

— In, 

Dark 

— Id 

— Id, 



cry; 

Si I 



d, I- 



J. M. Pblton, 1859. 

s, ;n |f Ir 
n, Is, Is, is, 

ness surrounds me, 

d Id |t, it, 
d, Id, |r, Is, 



d I— 


1- 


n. If, 


|s 


nigh, 




d I— 


1- 


d, Ir, 


m 



:ii 

• i\ 

That 
Id 



s, I 

pi, I 

Thou 
d I 
s, I 



S| 

n, 

art 



er 

Ir 

I s. 



S| .— 

n, I— 
nigh. 
d I— 

d. :- 



4 Glory to God above! 

The waters soon will cease; 
For, lo! the swift-returning dove 
Brings home the sign of peace. 

5 Though storms His face obscure, 
And dangers threaten loud, 

Jehovah's covenant is sure, 
His bow is in the cloud. 

James Montgomery , 1822. 



327 Gould's Chant 
Key t>V. «. 



John Edgar Gould, 1845. 



1 From the recesses of a lowly spirit Our humble prayer ascends. 

2 We know, we feel, how mean and how unworthy The lowly sacrifice we 

3 Lord ! in Thy sight, who every bosom viewest, Cold and our warmest vows, and 

4 We see Thy hand — it leads us, it supports us ;— We hear Thy voice — it 

d< 



I 



In 



er: 



d 1 

n 

Fath 
pour be - 
vain our 
counsels and it 

s Id 1 
d Id 



f I- 

hear it; 
fore Thee;- 
truest ; 
courts us : 

d 1 :— 
f :— 



f 

1 Borne on the trembling wings of 

2 What can we offer Thee,— 

3 Thoughts of a hurrying hour — our 

4 And then we turn away! — and 
d' 
f 



s Is 

f In 


s I— 

r I— 


n I fe 


s Is 
n If 


s I— 

n I— 


d :r 


fear and 
Thou most 
lips re - 
still Thy 

r' Id 1 


meekness, 
holy! 
peat them 
kindness 

t I— 


For - 
But 
Our 

For - 
d 1 I— 


give its 
sin and 
hearts for- 
gives our 
d' It 


weakness, 
folly ? 
get them, 
blindness. 

d 1 I— 


t, Id 


s I— 


1 I— 


s Is 

John Boih 


d I— 

ring, 1823. 



Sfmih. 



328 Faith. 1 os. 

Key Ab. 



Jambs Flint, 1873. 



n '.— \t '.p 




n :-.r |r 


:— 


d :- 1 


r Id 


ti :- 


1— '— 


1, 


:— 


it, :i, v 


d : — |d Id 


t, :-.t,|t, :- 


h :- Hi :i, 


se, :— |— :— 


i. :- 


|se, :i, J 


Fierce was the 


oil - low wild, 


dark was the 


night, 


Oars 


la-bored ) 


s :— |1 Is 


s :-.f if :— 


n :— |f In 


r :— | — l — 


d :— 


|r Id \ 


d :— |d :d 


s, :-.s,|s, :— 


I. :- lii :i. 


n, :— 1— :— 


fi :- 


If. :f. ' 


d I-.r |n :— 


p 

n :- n, :r 


r :- 1-:- 


r :— id :t. 


d Id 


Id :- v 


pii I-.n, |pi, ; — 


fe,:— |fe,:fe. 


s, :— I— :— 


S| :— |S| : S| 


s, :i, 


|s, 5— ) 


heav - i-ly, 


foam glim-iuered 


white; 


Trem - bled the 


mar - i - 


ners, > 


d :-.t,|d :- 


d :— |d :d 


ii :- 1- :- 


f :— |n Ir 


PI If 


in :- 


i. :-.iiH. :- 


r, I— |r, :r, 


a. :- 1- :- 


S| . — | S, . S| 


d :d 


Id :- 1 


n : — - 1 f :n 


n :-|-:- 


f :— id :r 


pi I-.r |d '.— 


-^ rail. ;==— 

d :— 1 pi, :i. 


S| : 


-1-:- 


se,:— se, :se, 


i,:-l-:- 


i.:-H. :i. 


s, :-.s,|s, :— 


n, :— 1 pi, :i| 


pi, : 


-1-:- 


per - il was 


high; 


Then said the 


God of God, 


"Peace it is 


I!" 




r :— |r :r 


d :-i-:- 


d :— |d :d 


d :-.t,|d :— 


d :— |d :d 


d : 


-1-:- 


t, :— - |t, :t, 


1. 


:— |— :— 


ii:- 


-if. :fi 


d,:-.r,|m, :— 


l.:- Is, 


:ti 


d,: 


— 1— :— 



2 Ridge of the mountain wave lower thy 3 Jesus, Deliverer come Thou to me; 



crest ! 

Wave of Euroclydoii be thou at rest! 
Sorrow can uever be, darkness must fly, 
Where saith the Light of light, "Peace! 

it is I." 



Soothe Thou my voyaging over life's sea; 

Thou when, the storm of death roars, sweep- 
ing by, 

Whisper, O Truth of truth,— "Peace! it 
is I." 

Anatolius, 458. Tr. John M. Neale, 1862, a. 



329 Vox Dilecti. 


C. M. 










J. B. Dykes, 1868 


ke 

p 

1 '. SiPl| 


Y Bb. Lah is G. 

rail. 

pi, :i, n, :t, 


d 


^v mf tempo 

:-.d it, :t, 


1, 


:i, 


Ii, 


:ii 


se, :— | — 


\ : s.pi. 


n, :i, Hi :t, 


d 


:-.d it, :t, 


pi, 


:pi, 


|r, 


:f, 


pi, :- 1- 


< 1 


heard the voice of 


Je 


- sus say, "Come 


an 


- to 


Me 


and 


rest; 


/: s,rn, 


n, :i, Hi :t, 


d 


:-.d |t, :r 


d 


:d 


Hi 


'.r 


t, :- 1- 


\: s.pii 


pi, :i. Hi :t, 


d 


:-.d |t, :s. 


1, 


:i, 


H, 


:r. 


n, :- I- 



3fmth. 



Lay 

:t, 

Ise, 



n, :i, u, :t, 

pii :n, |f, :f, 

down, thou wea - ry 

d Id |d :r 

i. n. If. :r, 



d 


:-.r |t, in 


r :d 


It, 


n. 


G.t.m.1. 

n iS| :— 


fii 


:-.n, |n, :t. 


r, In, 


If. 


:fe, 


"iS, I — 


one, 
d 


lay down Thy 

:i. It, :t, 


head up 

1, :i. 


- on 
It, 


My 

iw, 


breast;" 
se.til— 


1 2 


:i, is, is, 


f, In, 


Ir, 


Ire, 


"is, :— 



mf 
• S| 

:M 

1 

In.r 
Is, 



.r 

is, 

1 

:s,.i, 



s, In |r :d 




d 


:i. Is, . 


s. 


d 


Ir .n |f 


In .r 


r 


pi, m, |f, :s, 


1, 


:f, id, :r, 


ni. 


:f7sT|i..t,:d"~ 


t, 


came to Je - sus 

d :-.B| |i,.t,:d 

d :d, |d,.r,:ni, 


as 
d 

li 


I was, Wea - 
Id .r |n Ir 

:iJTti|d :t, 


d 
1. 


and worn, and 
Id.t,|d.rln.f 

:i..s,|fi idT" 


sad 
s 

s. 


s :- .f in :n 


1 :- 


.s|f :r 


d In 


5" :-.t. 


d I- |- 


Si :-.B||S| :i, 


i. :- 


.i.H. :m, 


d Id 


It, I-.s, 


s, I— |- 


found in Him a 
r '.- .r |d Ide.r 


rest - 

n :- 


ing-place, And 
.pi |r I f 


He has 
n Is 


made me 
|f I-.f 


glad. 

n I- |- 


t, :-.t,|d :m, 


de 


'.- 


.de r If, 


s, I 


S| 


|S, I-.S, 


d, I— 


1- 



:- I- 

:- I- 
:- I- 



d 


Id 




1. 


Is, 




A 


- men. 




f 


In 




f, 


Id, 





2 I heard the voice of Jesus say, 

"Behold! I freely give 
The living-water; thirsty one! 

Stoop down, and drink and live:" 
I came to Jesus, and I drank 

Of that life-giving stream; 
My thirst was quenched, my soul revived, 

And now I live in Him. 



33° 



Oh I gift of gifts! Oh! grace of faith! 

My God! how can it be 
That Thou who hast discerning love, 

Shouldst give that gift to me? 
How many hearts Thou mightst have had 

More innocent than mine! 
How many souls more worthy far 

Of that sweet touch of Thine! 



3 I heard the voice of Jesus say, 

"I am this dark world's Light; 
Look unto Me; thy morn shall rise, 

And all that day be bright:" 
I looked to Jesus, and I found, 

In Him, my Star, my Sun; 
And, in that light of life, I'll walk 

Till traveling days are done. 

Horatius Bonar, 1850. 



2 Ah! Grace! into unlikeliest hearts 

It is Thy boast to come, 
The glory of that light to find 

In darkest spots a home. 
Thy choice, O God of goodness! then 

I lovingly adore; 
Oh! give me grace to keep Thy grace, 

And grace t' inherit more. 

Frederick IVtn. Faber, 1848, ab. 



SfmiK. 



3 3 I Woodworth. l. m. 

Key E>. 



'.iLr 
Id" 

Just 

:n.i 

:d 



f :— 
r :— 

blood 

s j— 

s :— 



:i 
:f 

was 

:t 

:s, 



d 1 :-.t:i 



1 :— :i 

Thee, 

1 :-.t :d' 
f :- :f 



.pi 

:d 

1 

Is 

:d 

1 : 
f : 

shed 

d> : 

d : 



s :-.f 


In 

:d 


r :- .pi 


pi I- .r 


t, :- .d 


am, 


with - 


out 


s : — 


Is 


s :— 


d :— 


:d 


si :— 



In 

for 

:d> 

:d 



n 
d 

me, 

s 

d 



:d£ 
:d 

And 

InA 
:d 



s :— 


*. s 


pi i— 


:pi 


Lamb 


of 


d 1 :— 


:d> 


d :— 


:d 



God! 



PI 
d 

that 

s 

d 



A I pi 

j:d 
1 

:— :s 
:— :d 



r .— 

t ( :- 

come — 

s :— 

s '.— 



f 

r 

one 
s 

s, 



.n 

:d 

Thou 

: s 
:d 

s : 

ti : 

1 
s : 

Si : 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1849. 



. S 

:n 

But 

:d< 

:d 



s It 



.- .r 



tin 

d 



bidd'st me 

s :— :d> 
d :- .r : pi 



r . — 

that 

t :— 

s :— 



1 : 
f : 

come 

d 1 : 
f : 



.pi 
:d 

Thy 
Is 

: s 

:i 
:f 

to 
Id 1 

:t 



pi .— 
d :— 

come! 



2 Just as I am, and waiting not 
To rid my soul of one dark blot, 
To Thee, whose blood can cleanse each spot, 

Lamb of God! I come — I cornel 

3 Just as I am, though tossed about 
With many a conflict, many a doubt, 
Fightings and fears within, without, 

O Lamb of Godl I come — I cornel 

4 Just as I am, poor, wretched, blind; 
Sight, riches, healing of the mind, 
Yea, all I need, in Thee to find, 

O Lamb of God! I come — I come! 

5 Just as I am; Thou wilt receive, 
Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve; 
Because Thy promise I believe, 

O Lamb of God! I come — I come! 

6 Just as I am; Thy love unkuown 
Has broken every barrier down; 



Now, to be Thine, yea, Thine alone, 
Lamb of God! I come — I come! 

Charlotte Elliott, 1836. 

Complete in Thee! no work of mine 
May take, dear Lord, the place of Thine; 
Thy blood has pardon bought for me, 
Aud I am now complete in Thee. 

2 Complete in Thee — no more shall sin, 
Thy grace has conquered, reign within ; 
Thy voice will bid the tempter flee, 
And I shall stand complete in Thee. 

3 Complete in Thee — each want supplied, 
And no good thing to me denied, 

Since Thou my portion, Lord, wilt be, 
I ask no more — complete in Thee. 

4 Dear Saviour! when before Thy bar 
All tribes and tongues assembled are, 
Among Thy chosen may I be 

At Thy right hand — complete in Thee. 

Aaron Robarts Wolfe, 1852, 1857. 



3fmiH. 



Jl 1 Refuge. 7s. 



Key D. 



;pi .,m 

Je-sus 
is .,s 



PI 


:-.d 


lo 


Yer 


s 


I-.n 



I 




• 
• 


If .,n 


n 


:« 


of my 


soul, 




:i .,s 


s 


In 



Id,r <pi 

Let me 
:n A ,s 



Joseph P. Holbrook, 1S62. 



n :— 



s ;— 





• 




- .1 


Is 


.,f 


Thy 
- .d' 


bos 

:t 


•om 
.,1 



I d .,d 

(Whilethe 

\n .,pi 



- 4 de<r Ir<de 4 r 

lows near me 

-jn ( t :tjn t l 





'. 


n 


id 


roll, 




s 


in 




1 



:d .,d 

While the 

in .,pi 



tem 
f 



I- t de<r !r t t «n 

pest still is 



d :— 

high; 

n :— 



Is .,s 


n 1 


I— 


•r" 


Ir'«dM 


s Ipi 


Id 1 .,1 


s 


• 
• — 


.n 


Ir .,n 


f 


rTS 


In .,pi 


s 


I- 


.s 


If,- A 


n "id 


Ipi .,f 


n 


I- 


.d 


It, .,d 


r 


I — 


Hide me, 







my 


Sav-iour, 


hide, 


TU1 the 


storm 




of 


life is 


past; 




Is .,s 


d' 


•_ 


.t 


:i^«d' 


d> Is 


Is .,1 


d< 


I- 


.s 


Is .,d' 


t 


I — 


Id .,d 


d 


:_ 


.d 


if .-J. 


d ~~ T— 


Id .,d 


d 


:_ 


.d 


IS, .,S| 


S| 


I 


In .,s 
Id .,n 


pi' 
s 


:_ 


.r 1 
.s 


Ir'.d'J 


s In 

i'i Id 


Id' .,1 

In .,f 


s 

n 


• 


.d 

• d 


In .,r 
Id .,t, 


d 
d 


I — 


Safe in- 


to 




the 


ha - ven 


guide, 


Oh, re - 


ceive 




my 


soul at 


last. 




Is .,s 


d 1 


i- 


• t 


Il,-<d' 


d 1 Is 


Is .,1 


d" 


I- 


.n 


Is .,f 


n 


I — 


Id .,d 


d 


i- 


.d 


:t<-A 


d :— 


Id .,d 


d 


• 


.d 


Is, .,s. 


d 


I — 



2 Other refuge have I none, 

Hangs my helpless soul on Thee: 
Leave, ah! leave me not alone, 

Still support and comfort me: 
All my trust on Thee is stayed, 

All my help from Thee I bring; 
Cover my defenceless head, 

With the shadow of Thy wing. 



3 Plenteous grace with Thee is found, 

Grace to cover all my sin; 
Let the healing streams abound, 

Make and keep me pure within. 
Thou of life the Fountain art, 

Freely let me take of Thee: 
Spring Thou up within my heart, 

Rise to all eternity. 

Charles Wesley, 1743. 



3fmih. 



334 Martyn. 7s. 



Key F. 

n I — In |n 

d :— :d id 



Id 
Id 



f Ma - ry to the 

1 Spice she brought, and 
D.C.Trembliug, while a 
S I— IS |S I— In 

d I— Id Id I— Id 



r I— Ir |r I— 
t,:-:t, |t, I- 

Sav-iour's tomb 
sweet perfume, 
crys - tal flood 

s I— is |s :— ; 
s, :— is, is, :— : 



n I— In |s I— If 
d I— Id |n I— Ir 

Hast - ed at the 

But the Lord she 
Is - sued from her 
s I— Is |s I— II 
d I— Id |d I— If, 



S. B. Marsh, 1834. 



n I— I— Ir I— I— 



it,:—:— 



ear - - ly 
loved was 



weep 
s I— 



- mg 

:-|f :- 
:— 18,:- 



FlNE. 



/ 


d I-I-l-I-I j 


s I— Is Is I— Is 


1 :-i-n :-:- 


s I— I— 




d :-:-|_:-i 


d I— Id |d I— Id 


d I— I— |d I— I— 


d I— I— 


) 
< 

( 


gon?'} Be P eat 
eyes. 

PI I-I-l-I-I 


For a while she 

n I— In |n I— In 


ling - 'ring 

f :- :- If :-:- 


stood, 

n I— I— 


\ 


d I- I-l-I-I 


d I— Id |d I— Id 


f,:-:- If, :-:- 


d I— I— 



I-: 



s I— 


Is 


|s I— Is 


I 


n I— 


In 


|n I— In 


f 


Filled 


with 


sor - - row 


and 



Id 



Id 



:- |i :- 
:- |i :- 

sur 



If. I- I- 



D.C. 



S I— 

n I— 
prise, 






2 Jesus who is always near, 
Though too often unperceived, 

Came, His drooping child to cheer, 
Kindly asking why she grieved. 

Though at first she knew Him not, 
When He called her by her name, 

Then her griefs were all forgot, 
For she found He was the same. 

3 Grief and sighing quickly fled 
When she heard His welcome voice; 

Just before, she thought Him dead, 
Now, He bids her heart rejoice. 



What a change His word can make, 
Turning darkness into day ? 

You who weep for Jesus' sake 
He will wipe your tears away. 

4 He who came to comfort her, 

When she thought her all was lost, 
Will for your relief appear, 

Though you now are tempest-tost. 
On His word your burden cast, 

On His love your thoughts employ; 
Weeping for a while may last, 

But the morning brings the joy. 

John Newton, 1779. 



3fmth. 



• 35 


Sutherland. 


KEY D. 




Is 


d 1 :t 


Id 1 is 


:n 


n :f 


|S ."I'l 


Join 


all the 


glo - rious 


:s 


s :s 


|s Id 1 


:d 


d :r 


In :d 



H. M. 



Id' 

In 

All 
Is 

:d 



:s 

Id 

To 
In 
Id 



r 1 It 



s 



t 

f :- |- if 

are too 

s :— it :s 



:- |- :s 



:i 

:d 

to 

If 
:f 



1 Id' 


It 


d I— 


1- 


mean 




f n 
f :— ~ 


|s 
1- 



i : 
f : 

names 
d' I- 
f I 



Is 


d 1 


It 


|d' 


Is 


1 


In 


n 


If 


Is 


In 


f 


That 


ev 


- er 


mor 


- tals 


knew 


is 


s 


Is 


Is 


Id' 


d' 


Id 


d 


Ir 


|n 


Id 


f 



d' I— 

n If 



mean 
s I— 
d Ir 



: t, 



if 



n 

Id 

That 

If 

If 



— Id' 

s In 

To 

- Id' 
n Id 



— If 
d Ir 

My 
S II 

n If 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1844. 



11 


s If 


In 


Ir 


d I— 


Id 


d Ir 


Id 


It, 


d I- 


Of 


wis - dom, 


love 


and 


power, 


If 


s 11 


Is 


If 


n I— 


If 


n If 


Is 


Is, 


d I— 



s If |n Ir 

d Ir |d It, 

an - gels ev - er 

s II |s If 

n If |s Is, 



It 
Is 

His 
Is 

If 



n I— |r I— 

d I- It, I- 

Sav - - iour 

s I— |s M 

s I— |s, I— 



r' It 


Is 


f I— 

speak 
t Ir' 


1- 
lt 


S| I— 


Is 



d 
d 

bore; 

n 
d 



worth 

s 

n 



d 
d 

forth. 

n 

d 



2 I love my Shepherd's voice; 3 My dear Almighty Lord, 
His watchful eyes will keep My Conqueror and my King, 

My wandering soul among Thy love, and power, and truth, 
The thousands of His sheep; Thy reigning grace I sing: 

He feeds His flock, He calls their uames, Subdued and clad, Behold I sit, 

His bosom bears The tender lambs. With willing heart, Before Thy feet. 

fj Isaac Watts, 1709, a. 



Sfmih. 

'I'l 6 Portuguese Hymn. us. MARcoANroNiA-poRTOGALuvab^j. 



Key A. 

:d 

ipii 

How 



:d, 



d :— is, :d 

pi, :— i pi, :s, 

firm a fonn 

d :— id :d 

d, :— |d, :n, 



r :— is, :s, 
s, :— is, :s, 

da - tion, ye 

ti :- It, :t, 

s, :— |s, :s. 



n Ir In 



s, :— is, :i, 

saints of the 
d :r Id :d 



d :t, id :f 



pi :— ir :d 



s, :— i— :pi, 

Lord ! Is 

d :- it, :d 
s, :- I- :i, 



/ 


t, Id 


Ir 




s, :fe, 


Is, 




faith, 


in 


/ 


r I— 


Is 


I 


s, :i, 


It, 




r In 


Id 




t, I- 


H. 




you 


He 




s In 


|n 




s, Ise, 


|Ii 




n I— 


Ir 




s, I— 


1- 




fled? 






d :— 


|t, 




s, I— 


1- 



In 
Is, 
His 
Is 
Id 

Ir 

:ii 

hath 
Ir 
I fe i 



t, 

S| 
ex 
I 
r 

t, 
s, 

said, 

r 

S| 



- II, I-.s 

- I fe, :-.s 

- eel - lent 

- Id 

- Ir, 

- •'||S , 
.fe.ls, 



• d|t, 



.-.s 

Id 
Is, 

Ton, 
In 



s, I— |— Is, 
s, I— |— IS| 

word! What 



tjt, I- I- It, 

s, :- I- if, 



In 


f In 


Is, 


f, Is, 


You, 
Id 


who 
t, Id 


:di 


T| In, 



|r Id 

H. :i. 

un - to 

|f In 

If. lie, 



d It , |d Ir 

S| I — |s. Is, 

who nn - to 

n Ir |n If 

~~T I : 
t, :— id if 

s. If, ]n, II, 

- sus for 



more 
d 

"i 
d 

S| 

Je 

n 



If 

Hi 
can 
Id 
111 

Is, 

In, 

SOS 

Id 



In 

II. 
He 
Id 

II. 

In 
Is, 
for 
Id 
Id 



d 
fe 

laid 
d 

1. 

f 
1, 



Je ■ 

r I— |d Id 

s, I- 11. If 



n I— 
s, I— 
ref - - 
d II, 
s, I— 



ir 

If. 
nge 
It, 

Is, 



PI 

s l 
ref 
d_ 

s, 

I-.d 

I-.n, 

have 

I-.d 

I-.d, 



t, I 



It, II, 
|fe,Ife,i 

for your ] 
|r Ir 
|r, Ir, 

|n In 
|d Id 

than to 
s Is 
Id, Id, 

|n If 

Is, II, 

uge have] 

d Id 

d If, 



d I- 

n, I- 
fled? 
d I- 

d, :- 






2 " Fear not, I am with thee, O be not dismayed, 
For I am thy God, I will still give thee aid: 

I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee to stand, 
Upheld by My righteous, omnipotent hand. 

3 "When through the deep waters I call thee to go, 
The rivers of sorrow shall not overflow; 

When through fiery trials thy pathway shall he, 
My grace, all-sufficient, shall be thy supply. 

4 "E'en down to old age all My people shall prove 
My sovereign, eternal, unchangeable love; 

And then, when gray hairs shall their temples adorn, 
Like lambs they shall still in My bosom be borne. 

5 " The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for repose, 
I will not, I will not desert to His foes; 

That soul, though all hell should endeavor to shake, 
I'll never, no never, no never forsake!" 

G. Keene (.') 1787. 



3f«iih. 



337 Clare. 7s & 6s. 

KEY Efc 



n :- .r |d II 

d :- -d |d Id 

heav'n - ly love a - 

s :- .f |n In 

d :-.d|d :d 



Id 

m, 

is 

:s, 
:d, 



If 

|r, 

such 

Is, 

It, 



:- .n 

con- 

:- .s 
:- .d 



:n 

Id 

In 

Is 
Id 



Bt7. t 

Isd 

: df , 

And 

>1, 



In 
Ir 

The 
In 
:se. 



If 

It, 
But 
Is 
Ir 



Copyright, 1878, bj Hubert P. Main. 



d 1 I- .t |1 It 

d I- .r |n I re 

storm may roar with- 

pi I- .se|l I fe 

1, I- .t,|d It, 




s 
d 

bid 
r 

s. 



se 

n 

out 
t 
in, 



1 

d 

bout 
n 

1. 



Is 
It, 

in?, 

Is 

Is, 



Hubert P. Main, 1877. 



II 

It, 

No 

:f 

Is, 



,n 



r In |f 

t, It, |d It, 

change my heart shall 

f In |r Is 

s, Is, |s, Is, 



n 
d 

fear, 

s 

d 



f. E>. 



r 


Id 


d It, 


11, It, 


ds I— 


f. 


If, 


f, If. 


If, If, 


n.t| I— 


ing, 
1. 


For 
Ir 


noth - ing 
r Ir 


chan - ges 
Id Is, 


here: 
s,r I— 


f. 


I la, 


s, Is, 


|s, I s, 


d.S, I- 



Id 
Id 



me, My 
I— |d' I n 

I- II, II, 



d I- .d |r 
1. I- .l,|d 

heart may low 
f I-.f|l 

f. I- -f.lf 



r 

t, 
be 
I 

f 



n 

t, 

laid, 

se 

n 



1 


Ir 


n 


If 


|r 


I- .d 


d I— 


d 


Id 

And 


d 

can 


Id 

I 


Id 


:t,.d 


d I— 


me, 


be 


dis- 


mayed ? 


f 


11 


s 


11 


Is 


If 


n I— 


f. 


Ifi 


n. 


Ir, 


Is. 


IS| 


d, I- 



2 Wherever He may guide me, 

No want shall turn me back; 
My Shepherd is beside me, 

And nothing can I lack; 
His wisdom ever waketh, 

His sight is never dim; 
He knows the way He taketh, 

And I will walk with Him. 



3 Green pastures are before me, 

Which yet I have not seen; 
Bright skies will soon be o'er me, 

Where darkest clouds have been; 
My hope I cannot measure, 

My path to life is free; 
My Saviour has my treasure, 

And He will walk with me. 

Anna L&titia Waring, 1850. 



Sfmih. 



;3° Ke 


gent 


be 


uare. 


bs & 


75 








Henry Smart, 1867. 


Key C. 




















s :n |d' 


'.a 


n' 


:-.r'|d' 


Is 


1 


11 


|s Id' 


s 


If |n I— * 


n :d |s 


in 


s 


'.- .s |s 


Is 


d 


Id 


|d Id 


r 


It, |d I- ) 


Now, my soul ! 


thy 


voice 


up-rais 


-ing, 


Tell, 


in 


sweet and 


mourn -ful strain, ) 


d 1 Is s 


:d< 


d' 


:-.t id' 


:d> 


1 


Id' 


|s 11 


s 


Is Is I— V 


d :d ,i'i 


:d 


s 


:-.f |n 


In 


f 


If 


In :ii 


ti 


Is, |d I— ' 


s :n |d' 


Is 


n" 


:-.r'|d' 


It 


d> 


It 


|1 It.d' 


t 


11 Is I- V 


n :d |s 


:s.f 


n 


:-.f |n 


In 


n 


In 


|n In 


s 


Ife |s I— ) 


How the Cru 


- ci - 


fled, 


en-dur - 


ing 


Grief, and 


wounds, and 


dy 


- ing pain, > 


d' :d' |s 


Is 


d' 


:-.i |i 


Ise 


1 


Ise 


|n' Ir'.d' 


r' 


Id' |t I— V 


d 1 :s |n 


In .r 


d 


I- .r |n 


In 


1 


In 


id :i, 


r 


Ir |s, I— / 


r' :-.r'|t 


Is 


n 1 


:-.r'|d' 


11 


f 


In' 


|r' Id' 


d> 


It |d' I- 


s :- ,s |s 


:s 


s 


I-.n |f 


II 


1 


Is 


|f In.f 


s 


I-.f|n I— 


Free - ly of 


His 


love 


was of - 


fered, 


Sin 


■ less 


was for 


sin 


- ners slain. 


t :-.t|r' 


:t 


d' 


I-.ta|l 


Id' 


r' 


Is 


|1 .t Id' 


r' 


Ir' |d' I— 


s :- .s is 


:s 


d 


:-.d|f 


If 


r 


In 


If .sll 


s 


Is, |d 1- 



2 Through His heart the spear is piercing, 
Though His foes have seen Him die; 

Blood and water thence are streaming 
In a tide of mystery, 

Water from our guilt to cleanse us, 
Blood to win us crowns on high. 



3 Jesus! may those precious fountains 
Drink to thirsty souls afford; 

Let them be our cup and healing, 
And at length our full reward; 

So a ransomed world shall ever 
Praise Thee, its redeeming Lord. 

Lat., Maglorianus Santolius, 1650. 
Tr. Henry Williams Baker, 1861. 



39 


Boylst 


on. S. M. 






Lowell Mason, 1832 


Key C. 












s 


n .f Is 


11 


s I— 


Id' 


d'.t 11 


11 


s I— 


n 


d .r In 


If 


n I — 


In 


r .r In 


Ir 


r I— 


Not 


all the blood 


of 


beasts, 


On 


Jewish al - 


tars 


slain, 


s 


s .d' Id' 


Id' 


d' I— 


Is 


fe.s Is 


Ife.d' 


t I— 


d 


d .d Id 


If 


d I— 


Id 


r .s Id 


Ir 


si :— 



SBfmih. 



• s 


n .1 Is 


Is 


1 .t Id 1 ;t 


d'.l Is 


Is 


s 


In 


d .t, Id 


In 


f .1 In Is 


s .f Ir 


If 


n 


Could 


give the guilt 


- y 


con -science peace, Or 


wash a - way 


the 


stain 


id 1 


S .8 IS 


Id 1 


d 1 .s Is Is 


s .d 1 1 1 


Ir' 


d 1 


:d 


d .r In 


Id 


f .r Id Is 


n .1 Is 


Is, 


d 



2 But Christ, the heavenly Lamb, 
Takes all our sins away; — 

A sacrifice of nobler name, 
And richer blood than they. 

3 My faith would lay her hand 
On that dear head of Thine, 

While, like a penitent, I stand 
And there confess my sin. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



34° 



Like sheep we went astray, 
And broke the fold of God, — 

Each wandering in a different way, 
But all the downward road. 



2 How dreadful was the hour, 
When God our wanderings laid, 

And did at once His vengeance pour, 
Upon the Shepherd's head I 

3 How glorious was the grace, 
When Christ sustained the stroke! 

His life and blood the Shepherd pays, 
A ransom for the flock. 

4 But God shall raise His head, 
O'er all the sons of men, 

And make Him see a numerous seed, 
To recompense His pain 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



34* Coventry. 

Key C. 



C. M. 



Benjamin Cuzens. 



Is 


s 


I— 


In 


d 


:— 





Je 


- 


Id 1 


S 


I— 


Id 


n 


I— 


In 


n 


I r 


Id 


d 


:ti 


Gaze 


at 




I s 


s 


:— 


Id 


■1 


:— 



d 1 


It 


r 


I— 


sweet 


s 


I— 


s 


I— 




f 


I In 


Is 


s 


r 


r Id 


In 


r 


I 
t 


shed, 

s :— 


While 
Id 1 


at 
t 


S| 


d :— 


Id 


s 


n 
d 


n Ir 

d~TF, 


Ir 1 
I s 


n 1 
s 


ing 
1 


head, 
s I— 


And 
It 


all 
d> 


ie 


s I— 


I s 


d 



s 

;r 

the 

:t, 



1 Is Ife 



n Ir Id 



cross I 
d' It II 



Is 


1 Is 


Is 


f In 


Thy 


sor - 


Id" 


d 1 :— 


In 


f Is 



It 

I r 
rows 
I s 
Is, 



s 

tl 

kneel, 

s 

Si 

d< 

n 

feel 
s 
d 



2 'Twas for the sinful Thou didst die, 
And I a sinner stand: 

What love speaks from Thy dying eye, 
And from each pierced hand! 

3 I know this cleansing blood of Thine 
Was shed, dear Lord! for me, — 

For me, for all, — Oh! grace divine! — 
Who look by faith on Thee. 



4 Christ of God! O spotless Lamb! 
By love my soul is drawn; 

Henceforth, for ever, Thine I am ; 
Here life and peace are born. 

5 In patient hope, the cross I'll bear, 
Thine arm shall be my stay; 

And Thou, enthroned, my soul shalt spare 
On Thy great judgment-day. 

Ray Palmer, 1867. 



5fctiih. 



.4C 


> Melcombe. 


L. M. 






Samuel Webbe, 1790. 


Key E. 












Is 


s If In I r 


d 11 |s 


Is 


d' It |1 


Is 


s : fe |s 


Id 


s, Ilj^t.ld It, 


1, Id |d 


Ir 


d Ir |r .d 


:t, 


d Id |t, 


Lord, 


my weak thought in 


vain would climb 


To 


search the star 


- ry 


vault pro - found; 


In 


n If s Is 


n If |pi 


Ir .pi 


fe Is fe 


Is 


n Ir |r 


Id 


pi Ir |d Is, 


ii :«i id 


:t~T 


1, It^dlr 


In 


li Ir |s, ' 


In 


pi If |s In 


r Ir .n |f 


if 


n Ir |s 


If 


n Ir |d 


Id 


d :t,.l,|S| Id 


t, IlJTde|r 


Ir 


d It, |d 


Id 


d It, |d 


In 


vain would wing her 


flight sub • lime, 


To 


find ere - a - 


tion's 


out - most bound. 


In 


s If pi Is 


s 11 |1 


Is 


s Is s 


11 


s I- .f |n 


Id 


d Ir |n Id 


s I f .pi |r 


:t, 


d : s,- f ,1m, 


:ii 


s, I s, |d 



2 But weaker yet that thought must prove 
To search Thy great eternal plan, — 

Thy sovereign counsels, born of love 
Long ages ere the world began. 

3 When my dim reason would demand 
"Why that, or this, Thou dost ordain. 

By some vast deep I seem to stand, 
Whose secrets I must ask in vain. 

4 When doubts disturb my troubled breast, 
And all is dark as night to me, 

Here, as on solid rock, I rest; 
That so it seemeth good to Thee. 

5 Be this my joy, that evermore 
Thou rulest all things at Thy will: 

Thy sovereign wisdom I adore, 
And calmly, sweetly, trust Thee still. 



Ray Palmer, 18 



347 



Brownell. l. m. 





Key a. 














Is, 


n, Is, Id 

N| I — lPI| 


d It, Ir 

s, I— Is, 


s, Ir If 

S, I— IS| 


f In Is, 

S| I— IS| 


d In Is 
s, I— Ita, 


s If.nlf.r 


d l-.nlr 


fm 


1.I-I1, 


S| I— Is, 


Oo 


me, Thou 


trav - el- 


er un- 


known! Who 


m still I 


hold, but 


can - not 


hi 


d I- Id 


n Ir It| 


r I- It, 


r Id In 


n Id Id 


d I— Ir.f 


n I-.sIf 


;.d, 


d, I- Id, 


s, I— Is, 


t, I— Is, 


d~iT-!d, 


d, I— In, 


ii:-:ii 


s, I— Is, 



F. J. Haydn, 17S7. 



d I— > 
S| I — t 

see, 

n I— 
d,I- 



Sfaiih. 



:d 


til- 


:i, 


s, :— 


:s, 


si :r :fi 


pi, :— 


• S| 


S| :— :d 


ti :— 


:r.d 


t, :-:i, 


; 


• 


; 


! 


! 


i i 


'. 


:m, 


s, :— :fe, 


s, :— 


:i. 


S| :— :f€i 


My 


com - 


pa - 


ny 


be- 


fore is 


gone, 


And 


I am 


left 


a - 


lone with 


In 


s :— 


:f 


PI I— 


:n 


r :-:t, 


d :— 


Id 


r :— '.r 


r :— 


In 


r :— :d 


:d 


d :- 


:d 


d :- 


:d 


ti :— :s, 


d, :— 


:d 


t,:-:i, 


si :— 


:di 


r ( :— :r. 



s, :- 
s,:- 

Thee; 

t.:- 
s, :- 



:t, 


s :t :r 

d :- :s, 


f :n :d 
s, :— :s, 


d :t, :d 

s, :— :si 


pi :r :s, 
s, :— :si 


d :pi Is 

s, :— :ta, 


s :f.n:f.r 
IT:~:Fr 


d l-jn'.T 

s, :— :s. 


d :— 

s, :— 


Wi 
'.r 


th Thee all 

d :- :r 


night I 
r :d :d 


mean to 

f :— :n.d 


stay, And 

d :t, :t, 


wres - tie 

d :— :d 


till the 
d :— Ir.f 


break of 

pi :-.s:f 


day. 

pi :— 


Is, 


ii.-:t, 


d :— :ni 


ri : — :d|.m, 


s. :— :fi 


pii :— :di 


fi : — :fi 


S| :— :s, 


d,:- 



2 I need not tell Thee who I am; 
My sin and misery declare; 

Thyself hast called me by my name; 

Look on Thy hands and read it there; 
But who, I ask Thee, who art Thou? 
Tell me Thy name, and tell me now. 

3 In vain Thou strugglest to get free; 
I never will unloose my hold! 

Art Thou the Man that died for me ? 

The secret of Thy love unfold; 
Wrestling, I will not let Thee go, 
Till I Thy name, Thy nature, know. 

4 Yield to me now, for I am weak, 
But confident in self-despair; 

Speak to my heart, in blessings speak; 
Be conquered by my instant prayer; 
Speak, or Thou never hence shalt move, 
And tell me if Thy name be Love! 

5 My prayer hath power with God ; the grace 
Unspeakable I now receive; 

Through faith I see Thee face to face — 

I see Thee face to face and live! 
In vain I have not wept and strove; 
Thy nature and Thy name is Love I 

6 Contented now, upon my thigh 

I halt, till life's short journey end; 
All helplessness, all weakness, I 

On Thee alone for strength depend: 
Nor have I power from Thee to move: 
Thy nature and Thy name is Love! 



7 Lame as I am, I take the prey; 

Hell, earth, and sin, with ease o'ercome; 
I leap for joy, pursue my way, 

And, as a bounding hart, fly home, 
Through all eternity to prove 
Thy nature and Thy name is Love! 

Charles Wesley, 1742. 



348 



Thee will I love, my Strength, my Tower 
Thee will I love, my Joy, my Crown! 

Thee will I love, with all my power, 
In all Thy works, and Thee alone: 

Thee will I love, till the pure fire 

Fill my whole soul with chaste desire. 

2 Uphold me in the doubtful race, 
Nor suffer me again to stray; 

Strengthen my feet, with steady pace 
Still to press forward in Thy way; 

That all my powers, with all their might, 

In Thy sole glory may unite. 



3 Thee will I love, my Joy, my crown! 

Thee will I love, my Lord, my God! 
Thee will I love, beneath Thy frown 

Or smile, Thy sceptre or Thy rod: 
What though my heart and flesh decay? 
Thee shall I love in endless day. 

Oer., Johann Schejfflrr, 1657. 
'Yx.John IVes^ry, 1739. 



3fmih. 



3*|"9 CM " Tune — BROWNELL. 

When gathering clouds around I view 
And days are dark, and friends are few, 
On Him I lean, who, not in vain, 
Experienced every human pain; 
He sees my wants, allays my fears, 
And counts and treasures up my tears. 

2 If aught should tempt my soul to stray 
From heavenly wisdom's narrow way, 
To fly the good I would pursue, 

Or do the sin I would not do, 

Still He, who felt temptation's power, 

Shall guard me in that dangerous hour. 

3 And, Oh! when I have safely passed 
Through every conflict but the last, 
Still, still unchanging, watch beside 
My painful bed, for Thou hast died; 
Then point to realms of cloudless day, 
And wipe the latest tear away. 

Robert Grant, 1806. 



35° 


Arlington. 


C. M. 






Tf 


KEY F. 










/id 


n ,,pi In Ir 


d .,d Id 


Ir 


PI .s If 


In 


\:d 


d .,d :d :t, 


ii.,i.:ii 


:t, 


d .s, 11, .t. 


Id 


(The 


Lord's my Shep - herd, 


I'll not want: 


He 


makes me down 


to 


(In 


s .,s :s if 


pi .,n In 


Is 


s .n If 


Is 


lid 


d .,d :d is, 


ii.,u:ii 


Is, 


d .m Ir 


Id 


/ :f 


pi .,n :m :i 


s .,s Is 


Id 


r .f •In 


Ir 


V r 


d .,d Id Id 


d .,d Id 


Id 


1, .r Id 


:t, 


In 


pas-tures green ; He 


lead-ethme 


The 


qui -et wa - 


ters 


P 


s .,s Is If 


s .,s Is 


Is 


1 .1 Is 


If 


u 


d .,d Id If 


PI .,P1 IP! 


:nii 


fi .r, IS| 


:si 



Thomas A. Arne, 1763. 



4 My table Thou hast furnished 

In presence of my foes; 
My head Thou dost with oil anoint, 
And my cup overflows. 
3 Yea, though I walk in death's dark vale, 5 Goodness and mercy, all my life, 

Yet will I fear no ill; Shall surely follow me; 

For Thou art with me, and Thy rod And in God's house for evermore 

And staff me comfort still. " My dwelling-place shall be. 

Francis Rons, 1643. 



2 My soul He doth restore again; 

And me to walk doth make 
Within the paths of righteousness, 

Ev'n for His own name's sake 



Sfaiih. 



35 1 Kirke. l. m. 



D. BORTNIANSKI, 1783. 



Key D. 



(Is 
n 

/Id 1 

lid 



s In 


:f 


s I— 


Id' 


r' Id' 


:t 


d 1 :— 


Is 


1 It 


Id' 


s I— 


11 


f I— 


In 


r I— 


pi Id 


it. 


d I— 


In 


f In 


Ir 


n I— 


Id 


f I- 


In 


d I— 


Ide 


r.l,It| 


Id 


t, I- 


Lord! 


how 


full 


of 


sweet 


con- 


tent, 


I 


pass 


my 


years 


of 


ban 


ish- 


ment! 


d 1 Is 


Is 


d 1 I— 


Id 1 


1 Is 


Is 


s I— 


Id 1 


d 1 Is 


Is 


s I— 


In 


f Is 


Is 


s I— 


d I- 


Ir 


n I— 


11 


rri 


Is, 


d I- 


In 


Fir 


Id 


n I— 


Hi 


r I— 


Id 


s.:— 



t I— Ir 1 
r I— If 

here'er I 
s I— Is 

s I- It, 



d' I- Is 
f In Id 

dwell, I 
s I— Is 
d I— In 



1 It 


Id' 


<n? 


In 


dwell 


with 


f Is 


Is 


Fir 


Id 



d' It 


:t 


n Ir 


it 


Thee, 


In 


s I— 


Ir' 


s, I- 


Is 



d' It 

n I— 


11 
If 


heav'n 
d' I— 


in 
Id' 


1 Is 


If 



s I— 


In 


s I— 


Id 


earth, 


or 


d' I- 


Is 


n I— 


Id 



s If Ir 


d I— 


n Ir It| 


d I— 


on the 


sea. 


s I— Is.f 


n I— 


s, I- Is, 


d I— 



2 To me remains nor place, nor time; 
My country is in every clime: 

I can be calm and free from care 
On any shore, since God is there. 

3 While place we seek, or place we shun, 
The soul finds happiness in none; 



35^ Seasons. 

KEY A>. 



Is 
I 

Id.r 
id 



n I— 


Ir 


S| I — 


If, 


poor 

d :— 


blind 
It, 


d, I- 


Is, 



s I— 


11 


d I- 


Id 


grope 


in 


n I— 


If 


d I- 


Hi 



d I— Id 

ni I— Is, 
child I 
d I— Id 
li I— Icii 

s If Ir 
tTld Is, 

dark - ness 
r Id Ir 

sTTT, it, 



L. M. 



n l-.slf.r 
Si Ita, li, 

my 
r.i 



on 
d 

d In; If, 



But with a God to guide our way, 
'Tis equal joy, to go or stay. 

4 Could I be cast where Thou art not, 
That were indeed a dreadful lot; 
But regions none remote I call, 
Secure of finding God in all. 

Fr. Madame de la Motte Guyon, 1722. 
Tr. William Cowper, 1782, a. 

Ignace Pleyel. 



r In 


If 


ITTs, 


Is, 


wan - 


der 


d :— 


It, 


f. Is, 


Is, 



n I- 
s, I- 
here, 
d I- 

d :- 



Ir 

Is, 

If 
It, 
Is, 



n '.- 


- Ir 


s, I- 


-Is,.f, 


hap 


ly 


d I- 


-it, 


d I- 


- Is, 



lr.d| 
II 



i 

n, 

I may 

d I— II, 
1, 1— Ife 



Ll: 


-.dll, 


3| I 


-Ife, 


feel 


Thee 


r I 


- Id 


S| I- 


- Ir, 



d It, 


Is, 


s, :— 


Is, 


way, 


A- 


n Ir 


It, 


S| I — 


Is, 



n I— .r 

s, I— It, 
midst the 
d Is If 
d, I— Is, 



d Ir 


In 


(TTT, 


Is, 


blaze 


of 


n Ir 


Ide 


iTTI, 


In, 



1 II , It, 

f, I— IS|.f, 



.r 

Is, 



S| 

near 

t, 

S| 

rj 

PI, 

day 
d 

4 



2 Thee, only Thee, I fain would find, 
And cast the world and flesh behind; 
Thou, only Thou, to me be given, 
Of all Thou hast in earth and heaven. 



3 Lord! I am blind — be Thou my sight; 
Lord! I am weak — be Thou my might; 
A helper of the helpless be; 
And let me find my all in Thee. 

Charles Wesley, 1742, a 



SfctHK. 



3 C3 Lintz. h. m 

Key Bb- Marcato. 

From God is all 



d :d |d :d 

s, :s, |S| :s, 

fpwardl lift mine 
'he God that built t 




r :f |n :r 

eyes, From 
he skies, And 

r :— id :f 

f,:r, |n, If, 



all my 

d :-|t,:- 


aid; D.C 

d :-i- 


S| 


s. In, | r, If, 


n,:— 1— 


S| 


God is all my 
earth and nature 


aid; 1 
made: ) 


God 


pi Is |f :r 


d :— 1- 


S| 


a,:— is,:— 


d,:-i- 





Wm. B. Bradbury, 1857. 



i :— 1 n :— r :— i— :s, 
s, :— is,:— s, :s, is, :s, 

is the tower to 

r :-|d :- t,:-i-:s, 

:s, |d :n, s,:f, |n,:r, 

God is the tower to which I 



d :-i- 


:s, 


— :b, is, 


Is, 


fly; 


His 


n :-|- 


:n 


— :d |d 


:d 



s :-|i :- 

s, :— 1— :— 

grace is 

pi :— |r :— 
si :s, :i, :t, 



n :s f :i 

nigh in 

d :n if : 

<TT— |fi :- 



:-l- :f. 

- 'ry 

:-|r :- 
;— is, :- 



d :-|- 
pi,:-l- 

hour. 

d :-i- 
d,:-l- 



His grace is nigh, His grace is nigh, 



2 My feet shall iiever slide, 

And fall in fatal snares, 
Since God, my Guard and Guide, 

Defends me from my fears. 
Those wakeful eyes, which never sleep, 
Shall Israel keep when dangers rise. 



3 Since Thou hast pledged Thy word 

To save my soul from death, 
Shall I not trust my Lord 

To keep my mortal breath 1 
I'll go and come, nor fear to die, 
Till, from on high, Thou call me home. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



*i ca Serenity, c. 



M. 



Wm. V. Wallace, 1856. 



Key E. 



:pi 


PI 


:- .pi : f .pi 


pi .,r :r 


:- .r 


s 


:- ,r :n .f 


n 


:d 


d 


:- .d :d .d 


d .,d :d 


:- .d 


t. 


:- .t, :t, .t, 


d 


Gome, 


Lord! 


when grace has 


made me meet 


Thy 


bless 


ed face to 


see 


: s 


s 


:- .se:i .s 


fe .,fe: fe 


:- .fe 


f 


:- .f :n .s 


s 


:d 


d 


:- .d :d .d 


1, .,i,:i, 


:- .1. 


S| 


:- .s, :s, .s. 


d 


:s 


s 


:- .s :d' .t 


t .,1:1 


:- .1 


s 


:- A :n .r 


d 


:t, 


d 


:- .d :d .r 


r .,d Id 


:- a 


d 


:- .d :t, .t. 


d 


For, 


if 


Thy work on 


earth be sweet, 


What 


will 


Thy glo - ry 


be! 


:f 


s 


:- .s :s .se 


se .,1 : 1 


:- .r 


Pl 


:- .n :s .f 


n 


:r 


PI 


:- .pi : pi .pi 


f .,f :f 


:- .f, 


Si 


:- .s, :s, .s, 


d 



2 Then shall I end my sad complaints, 

And weary sinful days. 
And join with triumphant saints 

To sing Jehovah's praise. 



3 My knowledge of that life is small ; 

The eye of faith is dim; 
But 'tis "enough that Christ knows all, 

And I shall be with him. 

Richard Baxter, 1681. 



3fc*ith. 



355 Ward - 

KEY Bb. 



L.M. 



Arr. Lowell Mason, 1830. 



s, : s,.d 


t, :d 


S| 


:i. 


s, :- .s. 


s, :s. 


S|.d I- .r 


n It A 


r :- 


ri| '. ri|.s. 


f, I mi 


Si 


:*i 


m, :- .n, 


r, :r, 


s, '.- .s, 


s, :S|.fe, 


s, :• 


God is the 


Ref - uge 


of 


His 


saints, When 


storms of 


sharp dis- 


tress in - 


vade; 


d : d .n 


r :d 


d 


Id 


d :- .d 


d :ti 


d :- ,t, 


d :r 


t, : 


d, : d,.d, 


s, :i, 


n. 


:*■ 


d, :- .d, 


s, : S|.i , 


pi, :- .s, 


d :t,.i, 


s, : 



si-fe , s, :— ) 



S| 


: s,.d 


t, 


:d 


S| 


:ii 


S| '.- .S| 


S| '. s. 


s,.d:- 


j 


n Ir 


d :— 


n, 


: n,.s, 


f. 


Ipii 


S| 


:fi 


n, '.- .pii 


r, :r. 


s, ;- 


•i, 


b. :f. 


n, :— 


Ere 


we can 


of 


• fer 


our 


com - 


plaints, Be- 


hold Him 


pre - 


sent 


with His 


aid. 


d 


:d.n 


r 


Id 


d 


:d 


d :- .d 


d :t. 


d :- 


.d 


d :t, 


d :— 


d, 


: d,.d| 


S| 


:i, 


n, 


:u 


d, :- .d, 


s, ; 8|.f 1 


n, :- 


•fi 


S| I Si 


d. :- 



2 Let mountains from their seats be hurled, 
Down to the deep, and buried there; 

Convulsions shake the solid world; — 
Our faith shall never yield to fear. 

3 Loud may the troubled ocean roar, — 
In sacred peace our souls abide, 

While every nation, every shore, 

Trembles, and dreads the swelling tide. 

4 There is a stream, whose gentle flow 
Supplies the city of our God; 

Life, love, and joy still gliding through, 
And watering our diviue abode: — 

5 That sacred stream, — Thy holy word,- 



35 6 



Lord! Thou has searched and seen me 

through; 
Thine eye commands, with piercing view, 
My rising aud my resting hours, 
My heart and flesh with all their powers. 

2 My thoughts, before they are my own, 
Are to my God distinctly known; 

lie knows the words I mean to speak, 
Ere from my opening lips they break. 

3 Within Thy circling power I stand; 
On every side I find Thy hand; 
Awake, asleep, at home, abroad, 

I am surrounded still with God. 



That all our raging fear controls: 



4 Amazing knowledge, vast and great ! 
What large extent ! what lofty height ! 
Sweet peace Thy promises afford, My soul, with all the powers I boast, 

And give new strength to fainting souls. i s j n the boundless prospect lost. 

6 Zion enjoys her monarch's love, 5 Oh! may these thoughts possess my 

Secure against a threatening hour; Where'er I rove, where'er I rest; [breast, 

Nor can her firm foundations move, Nor let my weaker passions dare 

Built on His truth, and armed with power. Consent to sin, for God is there. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. Isaac Watts, 1719. 



357 



^mih. 



He lives, the great Redeemer lives; 
(What joy the blest assurance gives!) 
And now, before His Father, God, 
Pleads the full merits of His blood. 

2 Repeated crimes awake our fears, 
And justice armed with frowns, appears; 
But in the Saviour's lovely face, 
Sweet mercy smiles, and all is peace. 

3 Hence then.ye black,despairing thoughts 
Above our fears, above our faults, 



358 York. c. 



M. 



His powerful intercession rise, 
And guilt recedes, and terror dies. 

4 In every dark distressful hour, 
When sin and Satan join their power, 
Let this dear hope repel the dart, 
That Jesus bears us on His heart. 

5 Great Advocate, almighty Friend! — 
On Him our humble hopes depend: 
Our cause can never, never fail, 

For Jesus pleads, and must prevail. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 
Scotch Psalter, 1615. 



KeyG 
















:d 


n 


Is 


If 


11 


n 


Is 


|r 


Ir 


is, 


d 


Id 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id 


It, 


:t, 


In 


all 


my 


vast 


con- 


cerns with Thet 


, In 


In 


S 


Is 


Id 


If 


S 


Is 


Is 


Is 


Id 


d 


: n, 


11. 


Mi 


d 


In, 


Is, 


Is, 


Id 


n 


Is 


If 


11 


n 


Is 


|r 


In 


Is, 


S| 


Ita, 


Hi 


Hi 


li 


Is, 


Is, 


Is, 


To 


shun Thj 


pres 


- ence, 


Lord! or 


flee 


The 


In 


n 


In 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id 


1*. 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id 


If. 


:f. 


1. 


In, 


Is, 


Id.t 



n Is I s 1 1 e 

d It,.d|r Ir .d 

vain my soul would 

s I s 1 1 II 

d In |r Ir, 

f In |r Ir 

d Id |d It, 

no - tice of Thine 

d I djn 1 1 I »_A 

1, Is, |f, Is, 



s 
t, 

try 

S 

S| 

d 
d 

eye. 

n 

di 






2 Thine all-surrounding sight surveys 
My rising and my rest, 

My public walks, my private ways, 
And secrets of my breast. 

3 My thoughts are open to the Lord, 
Before they're formed within; 

And ere my lips pronounce the word, 
He knows the sense I mean. 

4 Oh! wondrous knowledge, deep and high 1 
Where can a creature hide? 

Within Thy circling arms I lie, 
Beset on every side. 

5 So let Thy grace surround me still, 
And like a bulwark prove, 

To guard my soul from every ill, 
Secured by sovereign love. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



359 



Thy way, God! is in the sea, 

Thy path I cannot trace; 
Nor comprehend the mystery 

Of Thine unbounded grace. 

2 As in a glass, I dimly see 
The wonders of Thy love; 

How little do I know of Thee, 
Or of the joys above! 

3 'Tis but in part I know Thy will; — 
I bless Thee for the sight: 

But soon Thy love will all reveal, 
In glory's clearer light! 

4 With rapture I shall then survey 
Thy providence and grace; 

And spend an everlasting day 
In wonder, love, and praise. 

John Faivceit, 1782, a. 



3fmfh. 



36 



O St. Stephens, c. m. 

Key A. 



William Jonbs, 1789. 



:s, 


s 


In .r |d 


Ir.d 


t, Id r In.f 

S, IS| |S| IS,.1| 


s Id .r |n Ir 

s, 11, |S, ISvf, 


d I— 1— x 
n, I— 1— ) 


Oh! 

in 


for 
n 


a faith 

:s.t,|d 


that 
If 


will not shrink, Tho' 

r Id |t. Id 


pressed by ev - ery 
d Id |d It, 


foe; / 


:d 


d 


Is, |1, 


:«i 


s,.f|In,.d||S| IdJ, 


n. If, |s, IS| 


d, I- 1- ' 


:n 


f 


Ir |n 


if 


s Ir.d|t, 11, 


s. Id .r |n Ir 


d I- |- 


That 

:d 


li 

will 
d 


Is, |s, 
not trem 
Ir |d 


iii 

- ble 
Id 


d.s,Il, |s, Ife, 

on the brink Of 
d I l|.r jr Ir 


s, Is t .l,|s, Is,.f, 
an - y earth - ly 
r.nld id It| 


n, I- |- 

woe! — 

d I— 1 — 


:d 


1. 


:t, Id 


:ii 


n. : f^ is, 11, 


t|.dln,.f|:s, IS| 


d. I- 1 — 



2 That will not murmur nor complain, 
Beneath the chastening rod, 

But, in the hour of grief or pain, 
Will lean upon its God; — 

3 A faith, that shines more bright and clear 
When tempests rage without; 

That, when in danger, knows no fear, 
In darkness, feels no doubt; — 

4 A faith, that keeps the narrow way 
Till life's last hour is fled, 

And, with a pure and heavenly ray, 
Light up a dying bed! 

5 Lord! give us such a faith as this; 
And then, whate'er may come, 

We'll taste, ev'n here, the hallowed bliss 
Of an eternal home. 

William H. Bathurst, 1830. 



36 



The roseate hues of early dawn, 
The brightness of the day, 

The crimson of the sunset sky, 
How fast they fade away! 

2 Oh! for the pearly gates of heaven! 

Oh! for the golden floor! 
Oh ! for the Sun of righteousness, 

That setteth never more! 



3 Oh! for a heart that never sins! 
Oh! for a soul washed white! 

Oh! for a voice to praise our King, 
Nor weary day or night! 

4 Oh! by Thy love and anguish, Lord! 
Oh! by Thy life laid down, 

Oh! that we fall not from Thy grace, 
Nor cast away our crown. 

Cecil Frances Alexander , 1853. 



362 



Give me the wings of faith, to rise 

Within the veil, and see 
The saints above, — how great their joys, 

How bright their glories be. 

2 I ask them, — whence their victory came? 
They, with united breath, 

Ascribe their conquest to the Lamb, — 
Their triumph to His death. 

3 They marked the footsteps that He trod; 
His zeal inspired their breast; 

And, foll'wing their incarnate God, 
Possess the promised rest. 

4 Our glorious Leader claims our praise, 
For His own pattern given, 

While the long cloud of witnesses 
Show the same path to heaven. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



Sfmih. 



63 Migdol. 


L. 


M. 










Lowbll Mason, 1839. 


Key A. 

s, is, :d 


1. 


._ 


ir 


d :- : t, 




d :- :n v 


Pii :ni| I ri| 


f. 


:— 


:ii 


s, :— : s, 




s, :- :d ) 


'Tis by the 


faith 




of 


joys to 




come, We ) 


d :d :d 


d 


:— 


:f 


n I— :r 




PI :— IS V 


d, : d, : d, 


fi 


:— 


• i*i 


s, :— : s. 




d, I- Id, / 


r :- .pi It .d 


tl_ 


:d 


erts 


d :t, 

ii :«■ 

dark 


Ife, 

as 


s, I- .r 

s, :- .t, 

night; Till 


In .r 
:d.t, 

we ar- 


pi I- .r Id .r \ 


t, :- .d iI^T, 

walk thro' 


des 


• — 


d :-.t,:i,,ii ) 

rive atheav'n,our) 


s :— ir 


r 
■r 




Ir 

:t 2 


pi Ir 


Ir.d 


t, :- .s 

S| I- .S| 


:s .s 

:d.s. 


s :- .f m.f \ 


S| . — . S| 


di : r, 


d :- .s, : i,.f 1 ' 


d :i, :d 

S| :— : s. 


d 

1. 


:— 




S| Id 

"1 »S| 


Ipi 

id 


r I- .d 

s, :— 


I pi .r 

:s. 


d I— I— 

s, I— I— 


home, Faith 


is 




our 


guide, 


and 


faith 


our 


light. 


n Ir :d 

s, :— :n. 


d 
fi 


• — 


:d 


d Ipi 

dTl=- 


is 
:d, 


f :- .n 
b, :— 


Is 

: s 


.f 


pi I— I— 
d, I- I- 



2 The want of sight she well supplies; 
She makes the pearly gates appear; 

Far into distant worlds she pries, 
And brings eternal glories near. 

3 Cheerful we tread the desert through, 
While faith inspires a heavenly ray ; 

Though lions roar and tempests blow, 
And rocks and dangers fill the way 



4 So Abr'am, by divine command, 
Left his own house to walk with God; 

His faith beheld the promised laud, 
And fired his zeal along the road. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



3 6 4 



Awake, my soull in joyful lays, 
And sing Thy great Redeemer's praise; 
He justly claims a song from me 
His loving-kindness is so free. 



2 He saw me ruined in the fall, 
Yet loved me, notwithstanding all, 
And saved me from my lost estate ; 
His loving-kindness is so great. 

3 Through mighty hosts of cruel foes, 
Where earth and hell my way oppose, - 
He safely leads my soul along, 

His loving-kindness is so strong 

4 Often I feel my sinful heart 
Prone from my Jesus to depart; 
And, though I oft have Him forgot, 
His loving-kindness changes not. 

5 So, when I pass death's gloomy vale; 
And life, and mortal powers shall fail: 
Oh! may my last expiring breath 

His loving-kindness sing in death ! 

6 Then shall I mount and soar away 
To the bright world of endless day; 
Then shall I sing, with sweet surprise. 
His loving-kindness in the skies ! 

Samuel Medley, 1787. 



3 6 5 



SfaiiK. 



Let me but hear my Saviour say, 
"Strength shall be equal to thy day;" 
Then I rejoice in deep distress. 
Leaning on all sufficient grace. 



2 I glory in infirmity, 
That Christ's own power may rest on me; 
When I .am weak, then am I strong, 
Grace is my shield, and Christ my song. 



3 I can do all things, or can bear 
All sufferings, if my Lord be there; 
Sweet pleasures mingle with the pains, 
While His kind hand my soul sustains. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



366 St. ^Elred. 8s & 3. 



Key Et>. Lah is C. 
n In In 

i id :d 

Fierce raged the 

:i :i 
:i,.t,:d.r 



n 
t, 

tern 

se 

n 



.pi 
:d 

pest 

:i 



f 

r 

o'er 
1 



- If 

- Ir 

the 

- II 

.PI I f . 



I— Is 

I— In 

anx - ious 

jfl Id 1 

:— id 



sleep, 

d :- 
h :- 



f :- if 

1, Ir Id 

serv - ants 

d 1 It II 
r I— Ir 

d I- I- 
d I- I- 

Calm 

1 I— I- 

f. :- :- 



pi i- 
t> :- 

keep. 

se I- 

pi I- 



r : 
d : 

and 

1 : 
f. : 



pi 

d 

deep, 
1 

1 



PI .PI I PI 
d Id Id 
But Thou wast 

1 II Id 

1, :i. 11. 



John B. Dykes, 1862. 

1 Id 1 It 
pi In Is 

Watch did Thine) 
d 1 Id 1 Is 
1 II Ipi 



s I— Is 

t, I- It, 

wrapped in 
r I— In 
s, I— Is, 



n .— 
d I- 

still. 
S I— 

d I- 



1 I- Is 

1, I- Ita, 

guile - less 



Id 
If. 



f 


In 


d 


Id 


A - 


men. 


1 


I S 


f. 


Id, 



2 "Save, Lord, we perish," was their cry, The sullen billows cease to leap, 
"O save us in our agony!" At Thy will. 

Thy word above the storm rose high. „ . ,.-.,■■ t ■ 

" Peace be still " * ^ > wnen our n » e 1S clouded o'er, 

And storm-winds drift us from the shore, 

3 The wild winds hushed; the angry deep Say, lest we sink to rise no more, 
Sank, like a little child, to sleep; " Peace, be still." Amen. 

Godfrey Tkring, 1858. 
O 



3fmth. 



07 bic 


:ily. os ) 


'S & 4. 






Sicilian Melody. 


KeyE. 










s :i 
d :d 


s .,f .'pi .f 
d Id - 


s 11 
d Id 


s .,f In 
d Id 


s Is 
ti Ir 


1 It .d' 
r Ir .pi 


my 


soul ! what 


means this 


sad - ness? 


Where- fore 


art thou 


n :f 
d :d 


n..,r Id .r 
d Id 


PI If 

d If, 


PI .,r Id 
d Id 


r Is 

Si I t. 


fe Is 
r Is .d 



t 11 


s I— 


r .,pi Ir .pi 


f If 


n .,f In .f 


s Is 


r Id 


ti :— 


tTTditT^ 


r Ir 


d .,r Id .r 


n In 


thus cast 


down? 


Let thy 


griefs be 


turned to 


glad - ness, 


s I fe 


s I— 


s Is 


s Is 


s Is 


s Is 


r Ir 


S| I— 


S| I S| 


s, Is, 


d Id 


d Id 



fl'.t I I -s 

d Id 

Bid thy 

PI .S I f .PI 

(T~ " :d~~ 



d 1 .1 
d 


Is .f 
Id 


rest 


■ less 


1 .1 
fl 


Is .1 

In, .f, 



pi Ir 
d It, 


d I— 

d I— 


r .,pi Ir .pi 
tT^dltTTd 


f 

r 


If 

Ir 


fears be - 


gone; 


Look to 


Je - 


8US 


s If 


PI I— 


s Is 


s 


Is 


s, Is, 


d I- 


S| Is, 


B| 


Is, 



PI ,,f I PI ,f 

d .,r Id .r 

Look to 
s Is 
d Id 



s I s 

pi Ipi 

Je - sus, 

s I s 

d Id 



d'.t II ,s 

d Id - 

And re - 

PI .S I f .PI 

d Id 



d'.l I s ,f 
d Id 

joice in 
I .1 I S .1 

f, IPI, .1, 



n Ir 

d It, 

His dear 

S If 

s. Is, 



d 

d 

name. 

pi : 
d 



2 Though ten thousand ills beset thee, 
From without and from within, 

Jesus saith, He'll ne'er forget thee, 
But will save from hell and sin: 

He is faithful 
To perform His gracious word. 



3 Though distresses now attend thee, 
And thou tread'st the thorny road; 

His right hand shall still defend thee; 
Soon He'll bring thee home to God; 

Therefore praise Him, — 
Praise the great Redeemer's name. 

John Fawceti, 1782. 



3fmiK. 



368 



Tenderness, s. M. 



Key F. 



Id.r 
:d 


n In |n 
d :d |d 


Ir.d 
Is, 


n I- |- 
d I- |- 


iPl.f 
Id.r 


If, 


thro nn - ruffl 


- ed 


seas, 


Toward 


:n.f 

:d 


s Is ]s 
d Id |d 


If .n 
Id 


s I- |- 
d I- |- 


Is 
Id 


:s.i 


s I PI . f |n 


Id.r 


d :s,.l,|s, 


rit. 
Id.r 


:t, 


did |d 


Is, 


s, iPMiln, 


Id 


With 


grate-ful hearts 


, 


God, to Thee, 


We'll 


If 


n Is .1 |s 

: — 1 


In.f 


pi Id |d 

; 1 


IPl.f 
Id 



heav'n we 



s 
d 

pi 
d 

own 



Is 
Id 

In 
Id 
the 
Is 
Id 



Edward Hamilton, 1857. 



IS 

|r 

calm 
Is 
It, 

|n 

Id 
fav - 

Is 
Is, 



In.fe 

id - 

-17 
n 

:i, 

Ida- 
Is, 

'ring 

InA 

Is, 



s 

t, 

sail, 

r 

s, 

d 

s, 

gale. 

pi 

d 



2 But should the surges rise, 

And rest delay to come, 
Blest be the sorrow — kind the storm, 

Which drives us nearer home. 



3 Teach us, in every state, 
To make Thy will our own; 

And when the joys of sense depart, 
To live by faith alone. 

Augustus M. Toplady, 1776. 



369 St. Olave. 

KEY Eb. 



C. M. 



Id' 

In 
Lord 
Is 
Id 

In 

Id 

With 

Id 

Id 



II 

In 
sus! 
Id' 
Id 



is 

|na 

are 

II 



Id 



Ife 

Ina 
we 
II 
Id 



n If 
t, II, 

Thee we 
s If 
d Id 



|s Is 

1*1 :d 

died np 

In 

Id 



In 
In 



1 

na 

one 

fe 

d 

se 

ti 

on 

r 

n, 



.1 |s If 

-.na|r Ir 
with Thee? Oh! 
-.fe |s Is 
.d |t, It, 



Joseph Barnby, 1S61. 



I- It, 



.se|l 

■tilli 

the tree, 

.p|d 

.n,|f. 



n In 


|n 


Ir 


d I- | 


d Ita, 


s, I— |- 


height, Oh 


depth 


of 


love! 


s Is 


Is 

If, 


If 

If, 


PI '.— |l 


d Id 


s, I— 1- 


n Is 


|n 


I- .r 


d I— |- 


s, Id 


It, 


I- -t. 


d I- | 


Thee we 


live 


a- 


bove. 


d In 


Is 


I- .f 


n I— |- 


s, Is, 


Is, 


I- .s, 


d I- |- 



2 Such was Thy grace, that, for our sake, 
Thou didst from heaven come down, 

Thou didst of flesh and blood partake, 
In all our sorrows one. 

3 Ascended now in glory bright, 
Still one with us Thou art; 



,r 

:i< 

In 

:d 
:fe, 



Nor life, nor death, nor depth, nor height 
Thy saints and Thee can part. 

4 Soon, soon shall come that glorious day 

When, seated on Thy throne, 
Thou shalt to wondering worlds display 

That Thou with us art one. 

James George Deck, 1837. 



& 



ove. 



37° Mornington. 


S. 


M. 








Lord M( 


jr; 


ING 


, 


KeyE. 

s :s a 


n Ir 


d 


Id' .,t 


I 


Is .1 


s If 




n 


\ 


d :d .r 


d It, 


d 


Id 


d 


Id 


d It, 




d 


< 


My God, my 


Life, my 


Love! 


To 


Thee, 


To 


Thee I 




call; 


/ 


n In .1 


s Is .f 


n 


Is 


f 


Is .1 


s Is 




s 




d :d .f, 


s. Is, 


d 


In 


f 


In .f 


n Ir 




d 


i 


f If .f 


f In .f 


s 11 




TV 

r 


If 


n Ir 


.d 


d 


:ti 


d 


I 


d Id .r 


d I- .t, 


d Id 




t, 


:t, 


d 11 


, 


S| 


Is, 


s i 




I can-not 


live, if 


Thou re 




move, 


For 


Thou art 


all 


in 


all 


I 


1 If .s 


s I- .s 


d' 11 




s 


Is 


s If 




n 


Ir .f 


n 


\ 


f. :i..t, 


d 


I- .r 


n 


If 




s 


Ir 


d If 


i 


S| 


Is, 




d 



2 Thy shining grace can cheer, 
This dungeon where I dwell; 

'Tis Paradise when Thou art here; 
If Thou depart, 'tis hell. 



3 Not all the harps above 
Can make a heavenly place, 

If God his residence remove, 
Or but conceal His face. 



4 Nor earth, nor all the sky, 

Can one delight afford; 
No, not a drop of real joy, 

Without Thy presence, Lord I 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



r/ 1 L 


,ovt 


: Uiv 


ine. 1 


.. M. 










1. 


i. Woodbury, 1848. 


Key Db. 






















n I— |n 


In 


s I— 


1- :s 


1 Is 


Ife 


Is 


n I— 


1- 


In 


r I-.n |f Ir 


d :— |d 


Id 


n I— 


1- In 


f In 


re 


In 


d I— 


1- 


Id 


t, I-.d|r It, 


Lov< 
s I— |s 


Di- 
Is 


vine! 
d' I- 


that 
|- Id' 


stooped 
d" I- 


II 


to 
Is 


share 
s I— 


1- 


Our 
Is 


sharp - est 
s I— |— Is 


d I- |d 


Id 


d I— 


1- :d 


d I— 


1- 


Id 


d I— 


1- 


Id 


s, I— 1— Is, 


n I-.f js 
d I-.r |n 


In 
Id 


r Is 
t, Ir 


It :i 

|r Id 


s I— 
ti I- 


1 
1 


; 


n I— 
d I— 


|n 
Id 


In 
Id 


s I— |— Is 
n I— |— In 


pang, 

s I- |d' 

d I- |- 


our 
Is 
Id 


bit - ter 
s It 
r I— 


- est 
|s Ife 
Ir :- 


tear, 
s I — 

S| I— 


1 
1 


. 


On 

s I— 
d I— 


Thee we 
]s Is 
Id Id 


cast each 
d' I- |- Id' 
d I- |- Id 



4L 



ox>e. 



1 Is |fe Is 


n I- 


|-ls 


d>:t i is 


1 It |d' :i 


s In |f Is 


n I— 


l-I- 


f In |re In 


d I— 

care, 


|-ln 
We 


n Is |f In 


f Is |1 I! 

pain, while 


n Id |r In 

Thou _ art 


d :— 

near. 




earth - born 


smile at 




d'l— |1 Is 


s I— 


|-Id' 


d 1 1— |— Id' 


d'l— |— Id 1 


d 1 Is |s :— 


s I— 


l-I- 


d I- |— Id 


d I— 


|-Id 


d I— |— Id 


f I-I-If 


s I— |s, I- 


d I— 


1-:- 



2 Though long the weary way we tread, 
And sorrow crown each lingering year, 

No path we shun, nor darkness dread, 
Our hearts still whispering,Thou art near. 



3 On Thee we fling our burdening woe, 
Love Divine, for ever dear; 

Content to suffer while we know, 
Living or dying, Thou art near. 

Oliver IV. Holmes, 1859. 



372 Horb 


un 


{. OS & 


4s. 






John B. 


Dykes, i860 


Key E>. 






B>. t. 




/ 


d Ir In 


s 


I- .f In 


n I r .n I f 


n :— 


:— 


"ll 


I r I r 


\ 


d Id Id 


d 


I- .d I d 


d lT~ 1 1, 


d :— 


:— 


i.r, 


I r|.n, If| 1 


I 


More love to 


Thee, 


Christ! 


More love to 


Thee! 




Hear 


Thou the 


J 


n If Is 


1 


I- .1 Is 


s Is Is 


s I— 


:— 


nl, 


Ifj^.IM.I 


l 


d Id Id 


d 


I- .d I d 


S| Is, Is, 


d :— 


:— 


df, 


Ir, Ir, 1 




d I-.t.Il, 


I, 


Ise,.l|I t. 


f. Efe. m 
i .n I— Is 


s I ta 


:i 


S 


I- .s I f .r v 




H| I- .n, I ni 


n. 


I i'ii I i'i| 


n,t, I- I- 


d Ir 


Id 


d 


:- a, : ti" 




prayer I make, 


On 


ben - ded 


knee; 


This is 


my 


ear 


- nest plea, — 




d I- .rid 


d 


It,.d Ir 


ds I— If 


n If 


I- .r 


n 


I- .n Ir .f 




1, :-.i,:i, 

d Ir In .s 


n, 
s 


I n| I ri| 

I- .f In 


i in I— I r 


d Ita, 


: f i 


S| 


I- .s, I s, - 


/ 




n Ir .d Ir 




d I 


-^s 


/TV /TV 

f In 


\ 


d Id Id 


d 


I- .d Id 




el Is, Is, 


S| I 


- I— 


d Id 


I 


More love, 


Christ! to Thee, 




More love to 


Thee! 




A - men. 


J 


n If Is .ti 


l 1 

f, 


I- .1 Is 
I-.f.Id 




s In If 

s, Is, Is, 


n I- 
d I 


— • — 


1 Is 


\ 


d Id Id 


f, Id 



2 Once earthly joy I craved, 
Sought peace and rest; 

Now Thee alone I seek, 

Give what is best: 
This all my prayer shall be, — 
More love, Christ? to Thee, 

More love to Thee ! 

3 Let sorrow do its work, 
Send grief and pain; 

Sweet are Thy messengers, 
Sweet their refrain. 



When they can sing with me, — 
More love, O Christ, to Thee, 
More love to Thee. 

4 Then shall my latest breath 

Whisper Thy praise; 
This be the parting cry 

My heart shall raise, — 
This still its prayer shall be, — 
More love, Christ! to Thee, 

More love to Thee! 

Elizabeth Prentiss, 1856. 



A. 



ooe. 



373 

Key Bb. 
In Id 



Geer. c. m. 



H. W. Greatorhx, 18 



Je- 

i:d, 

:f 

The 

5| 

IS, 



Si 



Pl| . — . Pl| 

sus ! these 
S, I— Is, 
d, I- Id, 

n Id Is, 

"pi, 

of 



pi, . 

veil 

s, I— I s, 

d, ;— : d, 



s, I— I s, 
nil I — Ini| 

eyes have 
s, I pi Id 

d7~P :d, 

s, I— Is, 

Pl| I— I Pl| 

sense hangs 
pi Id Is, 



s, If 



f , I- I f 

nev - e 
s, I— Is 
t, I- 1 1 



s. 
i. 

seen 
B| 



d, I- Id, 



f Ir 



f. :- 

dark 
s, I— 

t 2 :- 



f. 

be- 

s. 

It, 



:«i 

Thai 
Ir 
It 



S| 

fi :-;*• 

tween Thy 
_T IS, 

-:t, 



s, I pi Id 



pii I — I pi, 

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2 I see Thee not, I hear Thee not, 
Yet Thou art oft with me; 

And earth hath ne'er so dear a spot, 
As where I meet with Thee. 

3 Yet, though I have not seen, and still 
Must rest in faith alone, 

1 love Thee, dearest Lord! — and will, 
Unseen, but not unknown. 

4 When death these mortal eyes shall seal, 
And still this throbbing heart, 

The reuding veil shall Thee reveal, 
All glorious as Thou art! 

Ray Palmer, 185S. 

374 

I've found the Pearl of greatest price! 

My heart doth sing for joy; 
And sing I must, for Christ is mine! 

Christ shall my praise employ. 

2 Christ is my Prophet, Priest and King; 
My Prophet full of light, 

My great High-Priest before the throne, 
My King of heavenly might. 

3 Christ is my Peace; He died for me, 
For me He gave His blood; 

And, as my wondrous Sacrifice, 
Offered Himself to God. 



4 Christ Jesus is my All in All, — 

My Comfort, and my Love; 
My Life below, and He shall be 

My Joy and Crown above. 

John Mason, 1683. 

375 

There is a name I love to hear, 

I love to sing its worth; 
It sounds like music in mine ear, • 

The sweetest name on earth. 

2 It tells me of a Saviour's love, 
Who died to set me free; 

It tells me of His precious blood, 
The sinner's perfect plea. 

3 It tells me what my Father hath 
In store for every day, 

And, though I tread a darksome path, 
Yields sunshine all the way. 

4 It tells of One, whose loving heart 
Can feel my deepest woe, 

Who in each sorrow bears a part, 
That none can bear below. 

5 Then let me praise that charming name,. 
'Tis music to mine ear; 

Fain would I sound it out so loud, 
That earth and heaven should hear. 

Frederick Whitfield, 1859. 
v. 5. Philip Doddridge , 1740, a. 



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2 No mortal can with Him compare 
Among the sons of men; 

Fairer is He than all the fair 
That fill the heavenly train. 

3 He saw me plunged in deep distress; 
He flew to my relief; 

For me He bore the shameful cross; 
And carried all my grief. 

4 To Him I owe my life and breath, 
And all the joys I have; 

He makes me triumph over death, 
And saves me from the grave. 

Samuel Stennctt, 1782. 

377 

Amazino grace! — how sweet the sound! 
Tbat saved a wretch like me; 

1 once was lost, but now am- found, 
Was blind, but now I see. 

2 'Twas grace that taught my heart to feari 
And grace my fears relieved; 

How precious did that grace appear 
The hour I first believed ! 

3 Through many dangers, toils and snares, 
I have already come; 

'Tis grace has brought me safe thus far, 
And grace will lead me home. 

John Newton, 1779. 



378 



Oh ! for a thousand tongues to sing 

My dear Redeemer's praise ! 
The glories of my God and King, 

The triumphs of His grace. 

2 My gracious Master and my God! 
Assist me to proclaim, 

To spread, through all the earth abroad, 
The honors of Thy name. 

3 Jesus — the name that charms our fears, 
That bids our sorrows cease, 

'Tis music in the sinner's ears; 
'Tis life, and health, and peace. 

diaries Wesley, 1739. 



379 



Oh ! what amazing words of grace 

Are in the gospel found, 
Suited to every sinner's case 

Who knows the joyful sound! 

2 Come, then, with all your wants and 
Your every burden bring; [wounds, 

Here love, eternal love, abounds — 
A deep celestial spring. 

3 This spring with living water flows, 
And living joy imparts; 

Come, thirsty souls! your wants disclose, 
And drink with thankful hearts. 

Samuel Medley, 1789. 



380 Chesterfield, c. m. 

Key Ab. 



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2 When once Thou visitest the heart, 
Then truth begins to shine; 

Then earthly vanities depart; 
Then kindles love divine. 

3 O Jesus, Light of all below! 
Thou Fount of life and fire!, 

Surpassing all the joys we know, 
All that we can desire, — 



381 



Heber. c. m. 



KeyC. 



4 May every heart confess Thy name, 
And ever Thee adore; 

And, seeking Thee, itself inflame 
To seek Thee more and more. 

5 Thee may our tongues for ever bless, 
They may we love alone; 

And ever in our lives express 
The image of Thine own. 

Lat., Bernard, 0/ Clairvaux, 1140. 
Tr. Edward Caswall, 1849. 

Geo. Kingslby, 1838. 



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2 It makes the wounded spirit whole, 
And calms the troubled breast; 

'Tis manna to the hungry soul, 
And, to the weary, rest. 

3 Jesus I — my Shepherd, Husband, Friend! 
My Prophet, Priest, and King! 

My Lord, my Life, ray Way, my End! 
Accept the praise I bring. 



382 Federal Street, l. m. 

KSYF. 



4 Weak is the effort of my heart, 
And cold my warmest thought; 

But, when I see Thee as Thou art, 
I'll praise Thee as I ought. 

5 Till then, I would Thy love proclaim, 
With every fleeting breath; 

And may the music of Thy name 
Refresh my soul in death. 

John Newton, 1779. 
Henry K. Oliver, 1832. 



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2 Ashamed of Jesus! sooner far 
Let evening blush to own a star; 
He sheds the beams of light divine, 
O'er this benighted soul of mine. 

3 Ashamed of Jesus! oh, as soon 
Let morning blush to own the sun; 
He sheds the beams of light divine 
O'er this benighted soul of mine. 

4 Ashamed of Jesus! that dear Friend, 
On whom my hopes of heaven depend! 
No; when I blush, be this my shame, 
That I no more revere His name. 

5 Ashamed of Jesus! yes I may, 
When I've no guilt to wash away, 
No tear to wipe, no good to crave, 
No fears to quell, no soul to save. 

6 Till then, — nor in my boasting vain, — 
Till then, I boast a Saviour slain: 



And, Oh! may this my glory be, 
That Christ is not ashamed of me. 



383 



Joseph Grigg, 1723. 
Alt. Benjamin Francis, 1787. 



Jesus! Thy blood and righteousness 
My beauty are, — my glorious dress; 
Midst flaming worlds, in these arrayed, 
With joy shall I lift up my head. 

2 When, from the dust of death, I rise 
To claim my mansion in the skies, 
E'en then this shall be all my plea, — 
"Jesus hath lived, — hath died for me." 

3 Oh, let the dead now hear Thy voice; 
Now bid Thy banished ones rejoice; 
Their beauty this — their glorious dress, 
Jesus! Thy blood and righteousness. 

Ger., Nicholas Louis Zinzendorf, 1739. 
It. John Wesley, 1740. 



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384 Bradford, c. m. 



G. F. Handel, 1741. 



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2 His love what mortal thought can reach? 
What mortal tongue display? 

Imagination's utmost stretch, 
In wonder dies away. 

3 Dear Lord! while we adoring pay 
Our humble thanks to Thee, 

May every heart with rapture say, — 
"The Saviour died for me!" 

4 Oh ! may the sweet, the blissful eherae, 
Fill every heart and tongue, 

Till strangers love Thy charming name, 
And join the sacred song. 

Anne Steele, J760. 



386 



My God! the covenant of Thy love, 

Abides for ever sure; 
And, in its matchless grace, I feel 

My happiness secure. 

2 Since Thou, the everlasting God, 
My Father art become; 

Jesus, my Guardian, and my Friend, 
And heaven my final home; — 

3 I welcome all Thy sovereign will, 
For all that will is love; 

And, when I know not what Thou dost, 
I wait the light above. 



38S 



Eterxal Sun of Righteousness! 

Display Thy beams divine, 
And cause the glory of Thy face 

Upon my heart to shine. 

2 Light, in Thy light! Oh! may I see, 
Thy grace and mercy prove, 



387 



Philip Doddridge ', 1740. 



My God! the Spring of all my joys, 
The Life of my delights, 

The glory of my brightest days, 
And Comfort of my nights! 

2 In darkest shades, if He appear, 
My dawning is begun; • 
Revived, and cheered, and blessed by Thee, He is my soul's sweet Morning Star, 
The God of pard'nmg love. And He my r i s i ng Sun. 

3 Lift up Thy countenance serene, 

And let Thy happy child 
Behold, without a cloud between, 

The Godhead reconciled. 

Charles Wesley, 1762. 



3 The op'ning heavens around me shine, 

With beams of sacred bliss, 
While Jesus shows His heart is mine, 

And whispers — I am His. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



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2 Thou, my Jesus, Thou didst me 
Upon the cross embrace; 

For me didst bear the uails and spear, 
And manifold disgrace; — 

3 And griefs and torments numberless, 
And sweat of agony, 

Yea, death itself; and all for one 
That was Thine enemy ! 

4 Then why blessed Jesus Christ, 
Should I not love Thee well? 

Not for the hope of winning heaven, 
Nor of escaping hell; — 

5 Not with the hope of gaining ought, 
Not seeking a reward; 

But as Thyself has lovdd me, 
O ever-loving Lord I 

6 Ev'n so I love Thee, and will love, 
And in Thy graise will sing; 

Solely because Thou art my God, 
And my eternal King. 



389 



Francis Xavitr, ab. 1542. 
Tr. Edward Caiwall, 1849. 



The royal banner is unfurled, 
The cross is reared on high, 



On which the Saviour of the world 
Is stretched in agony. 

2 And, see! the spear hath pierced His side, 
And shed that sacred flood, 

That holy reconciling tide, 
The water and the blood. 

3 Hail, holy cross! from thee we learn 
The only way to heaven: 

And, Oh ! to Thee may sinners turn, 
And look, and be forgiven! 

4 So let us praise the Saviour's name, 
And with exulting cry, 

The triumph of the cross proclaim 
To all eternity. 

Lat. Venantius Fortunatus, 580. 
It. John Chandler, 1837. 

39° 

Jesus Christ! ir aught there be 

That more than all beside, 
In ever painful memory 

Must in my heart abide. 

2 It is that deep ingratitude 
Which I to Thee have shown, 

Who didst for me in tears and blood 
Upon the cross atone. 

EdwardCaswall , 1849, alt. 



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2 'Twas Thy sovereign mercy called me, 

Taught my opening mind; 
Else the world had yet enthralled me, 

To Thy glories blind. 
Now my heart owns none above Thee; 

For Thy grace I thirrt; 
Knowing well that, if I love Thee, — 

Thou didst love me first. 

Tosiah Conder , 1837, alt. 



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39 



Tune— ARIEL. 



To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 

The God, whom heaven's triumphant host 

And saints on earth adore; 
Be glory as in ages past, 
Is now, and shall for ever last, 

When time shall be no more. 

Tate £-" Brady, 1696, a. 



C. P. M. 



11 

is. 



s in 



:d 

the 
Is 
In 



d 
s, '.■ 

match 

f : 
r i 



:t, 



Id. n 
IsjTd 

less 
In.s 

:<T~ 



m Ir 
d It, 

worth, 
s I— 

Si I— 



:ti 

Oh! 

Is 

Is, 



Lowell Mason, 1836. 



n.,fls.sll.t d 1 :— 
d.,rln.dld.f n I— 

could I sound the g lo-ries forth, ( 
s.jSls.d'Id'.s s I— 
d.,dld.nl f.r d I— 



It .r' 


r'.d'It II 


s 


Ir 


r .r Ir Id 


t, 


Whic 

:s.t 


h in my Sav-iour 
t.lls lie 


shine, 
s 


:s, 


r .r Ir Ir 


s l 



: n.,i 
I d.,r 

I'd 
Is 
Id 



s.,d':d' Is 
n.,n In In 
soar, and touch the 
s.,s Is Id 1 
d.,d Id Id 



l.,l Is In .,f 
f.,f In Id .,r 

heav'nlystrings,And 
d'.jd'Id 1 Is 
f.,f Id Id 



s..d':d' Is 
p\.,v\ In In 
vie with Ga-briel, 
s.,s Is Id 1 
d.,d Id Id 



1 .,1 Is In .r 


d I- .d Id.d 


r : 


- .r Ir.r 


n I— 


Ir 


d 


f .,fln Id.s, 


ni I- .n, I ri|.pi| 


s, : 


- .t,:t,.t, 


d I— 


It, 


d 


while He sings In 
d'.,d':d' I 


notes al-most di- 


vine, 


In notes al- 
.s Is .s 


most 

s I— 


di - 
If 


vine 

n 


f .,fld I 


• : 




.S, IS|.S, 


d .n I s 


Is, 


d 



2 I'd sing the precious blood He spilt, 
My ransom from the dreadful guilt 

Of sin and wrath divine: 
I'd sing His glorious righteousness, 
In which all-perfect, heavenly dress: 

My soul shall ever shine. 



3 I'd sing the characters He bears, 
And all the forms of love He wears, 

Exalted on His throne- 
In loftiest songs of sweetest praise, 
I would, to everlasting days, 

Make all His glories known. 

Samuel Medley, 1789. 



394 Crusader's Hymn. p. m. 

Key F. 



Ad. by R. S. Willis, 1850. 



d :— 


Id :d 


r It, 


Id 


I— 


n :-.pi|pi 


In 


f Ir 


|n I- 


s I— 


|d< 11 


s, :— 


|s, Is, 


i. :«, 


Is, 


I— 


d I-.d|d 


Ide 


r It, 


|d I- 


d I— 


|d Id 


Fair - 


est Lord 


Je - 


SU3 




Ru - ler of 


all 


na 


ture, 





Thou of 


pi :— 


|n In 


f Ir 


In 


I— 


s :-.g|i 


11 


1 Is 


Is I- 


n I— 


11 :i 


d :— 


Id Id 


f, :s, 


Id 


• — 


d :-.t,n, 


Is, 


*i fi. 


|i :- 


d I- 


If, :ii 


s :— 


|f Ipi 
|r Id 


f :— 

t, :- 


Id 


I— 


r :- 1 
t> :- 1 


• 


S I— 

d I— 


|1 IS 

Id Id 


s In 


If :- 


d :— 


de I— 


Ir I- 


God 


and 


man 


the 




Son; 




Thee 


will I 


cher - 


ish, 


n :— 


Is I- 


s I — 


Is 


I— 


s :- I 


j 


s I— 


if In 


n I— 


Ir I- 


d :— 


|t, Id 


r I— 


Id 


I— 


b. :- I 


• 


n, I— 


|f, Is, 


ii :- 


|r I- 



f I— 


s If 


f Ir 


|n In 


n In js If 


n I— |r I— 


d I- 


ii :- 


Ii. :i. 


ti :— 


Id Id 


d Id |d Id 


d I- It, I- 


d I- 


Thee 
r I— 


will I 
|de Ir 


hon - 
r I— 


or, Thou, 
Id Is 


my soul's glo - ry, 
s 11 |'ta 11 


joy and 
s I— |s If 


crown 
n I- 


F| I- 


In, If, 


s, I— 


Id Id 


t, 11, |n, If, 


■1 :- Is. :- 


d I- 



2 Fair arc the meadows, 

Fairer still the woodlands, 

Robed in the blooming garb of spring; 

Jesus is fairer, 

Jesus is purer, 
Who makes the woeful heart to sing. 



395 



Nebo. 



Key C. 

d'l— Id'|t Id'Ir 1 

n I— I n |r I n I f 

was a wander-iug 



S. M. 

d'i-:-|- 
n I-I-l- 



.— Is 

I— In 

I 

I Id' 

I Id 



sl- 
r I 

did 
tl- 
sl- 



3 Fair is the sunshine, 

Fairer still the moonlight, 

And all the twinkling, starry host. 

Jesus shines brighter, 

Jesus shines purer, 
Than all the angels heaven can boast. 

Anon, nth Century. 



Thomas Hastings, 1843. 



-Is s I— Is 

-In |f Inlr 

not love the 

-IdMr 1 1 d'l t 



s.— 

nl— : 

fold; 

d 1 :—: 



:--:-: s 



d'l— Is |n':— Id's 

did not love my. 



s IB, 



,a 



ov>e. 



i :— :r'|f':— :r> 


d 1 :— :d'|t :i:t 


d 1 :-:-i-:-: i 


s :— : s if :n:i 


n :— : 


: : 1 : :f 


n i — I n |r I d : r 


n :— : f is :— : f 


n :— : n |r : d : r 


d :— : 


Sav-iour's voice, I 


would not be con- 


trolled, I 


would not be con- 


trolled 


: : 1 : :i 


s :— : s |s :— : s 


s :-:-|d' :— : d 1 


d 1 : — :d'|s :— :s 


s :— 


: : i : :i 


s :— : s |s, :— : s, 


d :— : r |n :— i i 


s :— :s |S| : — :s. 


d :— 



2 I was a wayward child, 
I did not love my home; 

I did not love my Father's voice, 
I loved afar to roam. 

3 Jesus my Shepherd is, — 
'Twas He that loved my son! ; 

'Twas He that washed me in His blood, 
'Twas He that made me whole: 



4 'Twas He that sought the lost, 
That found the wandering sheep; 

'Twas He that brought me to the fold, 
'Tis He that still doth keep. 

5 I was a wandering sheep, 
I would not be controlled; 

But now I love my Shepherd's voice, 
I love, I love the fold: 

Horatius Bonar, 1843, ab. 



396 Miller, l. 



KEY Bt?. 



:d 


pi .r Id 


:t, 


d 


:n, 


S| :— 


if, 


pi, 


Earth 


has 


a 


joy 


:d 


d.t,:d 


It 


d 


:d, 


d|.r,:pi| 


is, 


1, 



M. 
I£ 

It 
TF, 



in 
:s, 

un 

:d 
:d 



:d> 



peace 

s : 



:s 

Id 
of 
Is 
In, 



s.f 


In 


r 


Id 


sins 




1 
f, 


Is 

Is, 



Ir 

It, 

for 
If 



n .r Id 

li Is, 

known 
d .r I pi 

f. B|?. 
dS, I- 

dS, I- 

given ; 

nt, I — 

dS, I- 



:t, 

if. 

to 
Ir 
Is, 



Is, 

Tears 
Is, 



d I- 

pi, I— 
heav'n, 
d I— 
d, I- 



Hubert P. Main, 1870. 

F.t. 

lB,d 

In.l, 



r 


.PI 


If 


B| 




I — 


of 






t. 


.d 


Ir 


S| 




'.— 



the 
Idf 

Idf 

It, 

It, 

such 

Ir 

Is, 



d 


.r 


I pi 


d 


• t 


:d 


new 


- 


S 




i— 


Pi 


.r 


Id 



d I— 

P1|.f|IS, 

pure 
d I— 



if 
Id 

born 

Is 
Ir 



in, 
and 
Id 
Id, 



r.nlf It, 



s, I— If, 
deep de - 

t|.dlr Ir 
se. 



s, .— 



d I 

n, I 
light, 
d I 
1, I 



Id 

Is, 
Ye 
Id 
In, 



n.r 


Id 


Is 

Is, 


s 


If 


.n Ir .d 
11, 


d I— 

s,.f,In, 


It, 

:t, 


d 


s. 


I— 


S| 


I — 


pi. 


an 




gel's, 


nev 




er 


dimmed 


your 


sight 


d.t, 


Id 


In 


r 


Id 


Id 


d.l,Is, 


Is, 


Si 


d,.r, 


In, 


Id, 


t 2 


Id, 


If, 


M,Is, 


ls 2 


d. 



2 Loud is the song, the heavenly plain 
Is shaken with the choral strain; 
And dying echoes, floating far, 
Draw music from each chiming star. 



3 But I amid your choirs shall shine, 
And all your knowledge shall be mine; 
Ye on your harps must lean to hear 
A secret chord that mine will bear. 

Augustus Lucas Hillhoust, 1822 



-a 



ooc. 



97 


ineu 


ia a 


to 


ry. 7s 


5 & 


S. 




W. G. Fischhr, 1869. 


KE 


V AJ7. 
d I-.S||8| 


Id 


n 


I-.r |d 


Id 


d 


I-.IJr.dll, 


s, I— !— Is, 


PI, 

I 

d 
d, 


P1| I-.I*I||P1| 
love to tell 
s, I-.d |d 
d, I .d,|d, 


In, 
the 
Id 
Id, 


S| 
sto 
d 
d, 


I-.f,|n, 

- - ry 
:- Id 
:- |d, 


Is, 

Of 

Id 

In, 


1, 

uo 

d 

f, 


:- - * 1 1 1 1 if, 

- seen things a - 
I-.d |d Id 

:-.fil«i :f, 


n, I- 1— Is, 
bove, Of 
d I- |- is, 
d, I- 1— Is, 



r 


I .de |r 


In 


r 


Id 


t, 


: -le,|t, 


It, 


t. 


Id 


Je 


- sus and 


His 


glo 


-ry 


f 


:-.n|f 


Is 


f 


In 


s, 


I-.s, |s, 


Is, 


d 


Id 



Id.n 

! s. 
Of 

In 
d 



s 


I-.n |n.rld 


r 


d 


I-.s,|s, Is, 


s. 


Je 


- sus and His 


love 


n 


I-.d |d Id 


t, 


d 


I-.d, |d, In, 


s. 



r 


r I-.n |f If 


s. 


s, I-.s, |s, Is, 


I 


love to tell the 


t, 


t, I-.d |r Ir 


s. 


S, I-.S||S| Is, 



f In 


|-ln 


S, IS| 


l-ls, 


sto - ry, 


Be- 


r Id 


l-Id 


d, Id, 


l-:d 



n I-.r |d Ir.d 
d I-.t,|l, ItjTT 

cause I know 'tis 
d I-.r |n In 

1, :-.i,|i, if, 



t, :- 

sei I— 

true; 
n I— 
n, I— 



:se, 
it 
:r 

:n, 



li :--t,|d :i, 

1, I-.se,|I, If, 
sat - is-fies my 
d I-.d|d Id 

f, :-.f,|f, :f, 



1, :s, 

f, - ni 

long-ings 
d Id 
d, Id, 



Id 

Is, 

As 

In 

:d, 



r I-.d |n I-.r 


d 


t, I-.d |d I-.s, 


S| 


noth - ingelse can 


do 


f I-.n |s I-.f 


I'l 


s, I-.s,|s, I-.s, 


d, 



CHORUS. 

s, I-.t,|r 

r, I-.s, |s, 
love to tell 
t, I-.r |f 
s, I-.s, |s, 



-.n 

-.8 

the 
.s 



r Id 

s, I s, 
sto - ry, 
f In 
d, Id, 



Id 
Ita, 

'Twill 

Id 

In, 



d I-.f |f If 

1, :-.i,|i, :i, 

be my theme in 

d I-.d |d Id 

f, :-.f,|f, :f, 



f In |- 


- In 


s I-.n |n.rld 


r Id 


1- :i. 


s. Id |r I-.d 


d 


1, is, |- 


- Is, 


d I-.s, J s, Is, 


1, 11, 


l- :f, 


^ In, |f, I-.n, 


n, 


glo - ry, 


To 


tell the old, old 


sto - ry 


Of 


Je - sus and His 


love 


d Id |- 


- Id 


n I-.d|d.t,Id 


d Id 


1- Id 


d Id |t, I-.d 


d 


d, Id, |- 


- Id 


d I-.d, |d,.r,In, 


f, If, 


1- :f, 


s, Is, |s, I-.d, 


d, 



& 



ox>e. 



2 I love to tell the story: 

'Tis pleasant to repeat 
What seems each time I tell it, 

More wonderfully sweet. 
I love to tell the story: 

For some have never heard 
The message of salvation, 

From God's own holy Word, — Cho. 



3 I love to tell the story; 

For those who know it best 
Seem hungering and thirsting 

To hear it like the rest. 
And when, in scenes of glory, 

I sing the New, New Song, 
Twill be the Old, Old Story 

That I have loved so long.- 



Cho. 



Kate Hanker, 1867. 



308 Konig der Ehren. p. m. 

KEY Afc>. 



Joachim Nea.nder, 1668. 



D.C. 



d :d 


Is.f 


pi 


I- .r 


Id 


t, I 




1,1s, 


I. it, 


Id 




r I— I- 


- 


J I- 


I 


s, is. 


Is, 


d It, 


:ii 


S, If, I PI, 


f, if, 


In, 


1, I— Is,.f, 


1, I- 


I 


f Praises 
\0 my 


we're 
soul, 


bring-ing 
ren - der 


to 
thy 


Je - sus, Al - 
voice to the 


might-y 
beav-en 


and 

■ iy 


Roy - - - 

cho - - - 


al! \ 
ral! J 




pi In 


Ir 


s Is.f 


In 


n.rld Id 


d Ir 


Id 


d 11, It, 


d I- 


• 


d, Id 


:t, 


d Is," 


:i. 


pi. If, Id| 


f, Ir, 


:ii 


f, I— Is, 


d, I- 


' : 


d :r 


In 


f 




/7N 


n I- . f I s 


s I- .f In 


r I— 


/SN 


n. Is, 


Is, 


ii : 


— 


:— 


s, I 1, I s, 


d :i,.t,Id 


t, I- 


I— 


Thronging 


a - 


bout; 






Psalt - 'ry and 


harp a - wake 


out; 




d :t, 


Id 


d 


— 


:— 


d Id Ir 


n If Is 


S I— 


I— 


i. :s, 


:d, 


fi I 


— 


:— 


d 11, It, 


d Ir In .d 


S| I— 


I— 


s> :ii 


:t. 


d 


i- .1 


• Ipi 


r I— I— 




S7\ 

d I— I 


d 


Id 


s, If, 


ifi 


n, 


I- .s 


;,Is, 


1, I— Is 


• f. 


n, I- I 


f, 


In, 


Let tin. 


\ praise 


song 


b 


e heard 


o'er 




all. 


A - 


men 


d Id 


Ir 


d 


I- .1 


t,Id 


d 11, It 




d I- I 


1, 


Is, 


pi, If, 


Ir 


1 


1. 


I- .! 


1, Id, 




f, : 


— IS| 




d, 


I — I 




f. 


Id, 



2 Praise to Jesus, my soul! for thy wonderful saving; 
His be the glory from Abraham's seed and all living! 

He is thy light! Think thou, my soul, of His right; 
Close with Amen the thanksgiving. 

3 Angels and archangels, with your high music we're blending 
Shouts of Redemption, as up to your ranks we're ascending: 

Onward we go; Conquerors o'er the last foe; 
Swelling the chorus unending! Amen. 

Joachim A T eander, 1879. 
Tr. & 3 stanza added, M. W. Stryker, 1880. 



,a 



ox>e. 



399 Southminster. 7s. 

Key E. 



Orlando Gibbons, 1620. 



n :f 


Is :i 


r 


Ir 


|n I- 


d :d 


|d Id 


d 


It, 


|d I- 


Bless - ed 


foun - tain, 


fall 


of 


grace! 


s :i 


|n Ir 


r 


Is 


Is I- 


d :i, 


In, If, 


s l 


Is, 


|d I- 


f. A. 








E. t. 


"t. Id 


|r In 


d 


It, 


|i.r I- 


dsi :n. 


lit Ise, 


1, 


Ise, 


|i.r I- 


To this 


source a - 


lone 


I 


trace 


3r :d 


H. It, 


d 


In 


hi I— 


as, :i, 


|f, In, 


1. 


Ir 


|*l I- 



s 11 


It 


Id'.t 


1 


11 is I- . 


r Ir 

Grace for 


If 

sin 


Id.r 

- ners, 


n 

grace 


Ir^dlt, I- 

for me, ) 


s Ife 


Is 


Is 


s 


Ife |s I— \ 


t, Ir 


Is, 


In .r 


d 


Ir s, I— ' 


s If .n 


If 


In 


r 


Ir |d I— 


r Id - 


It, 


Id 


d 


It, Id I- 


What I 


am, 


and 


hope 


to be. 


s Is 


Is 


Is 


1 


Is .f |n I— 


t, Id 


Is, 


In, 


f, 


:s7~ id :- 



2 What I am, as one redeemed, 
Saved and rescued by the Lord; 

Hating what I once esteemed, 
Loving what I once abhorred. 

3 What I hope to be ere long, 
When I take my place above; 

When I join the heavenly throng; 
When I see the God of love. 

4 Then I hope like Him to be, 
Who redeemed His saints from sin, 

Who I now obscurely see, 
Through a vail that stands between. 

5 Blessed fountain, full of grace! 
Grace for sinners, grace for me; 

To this source alone I trace 
What I am, and hope to be. 

Thomas Kelly, 1839. 

4° l Stephanos. 8583. 



4o< 



Saviour ! teach me, day by day, 
Love's sweet lesson to obey; 
Sweeter lesson cannot be, 
Loving Him who first loved me. 

2 With a childlike heart of love, 
At Thy bidding may I move; 
Prompt to serve and follow Thee, 
Loving Him who first loved me. 

3 Teach me all Thy steps to trace, 
Strong to follow in Thy grace; 
Learning how to love from Thee, 
Loving Him who first loved me. 

4 Thus may I rejoice to show 
That I feel the love I owe; 
Singing, till Thy face I see, 

Of His love who first loved me. 

Jane E. Leeson, 1842. 
Henry W. Baker, 1S68, arr. 1871. 



KEY G. 

n In |n 


Ir 


n 


Is 


Is 


If 


n 


In 


If 


Id 


r I— 1 


S, IS| |S| 


Is, 


s, 


Id 


If 


Ir 


d 


Is, 


Ife, 


Ife, 


s, I— | 


Art thou wea 


-T. 


art 


thou 


Ian 


- guid? 


Art 


thou 


SDre 


dis - 


tressed? 


d Id |d 


It, 


d 


In 


Is 


Is 


S 


Id 


If 


Ir 


t, I— 1 


d. In, |s, 


Is, 


d 


Id 


It, 


3 


d_ 


Id 


Jh 


11, 


s, I— | 


s, Il^t.ld 


It, 


d 


Ir .n 


If 


In 


r"~ 


"T^ - 


If 


I— 


d I— 1 


s. Is, |s, 


Is, 


s, 


Is, 


Id 


Id 


d 


:— 


It, 


I— 


d I- 1 


"Oometo Me." 


saith 


One, 


"and 


com 


-ing, 


Be 




at 




rest." 


t, Ir |d 


Ir 


n 


Ir 


If 


Is 


1 


:— 


|f 


I— 


n I— | 


s, If, |n, 


Is, 


d 


It, 


Hi 


Is, 


f, 


:— 


Is, 


I— 


d I— 1 



& 



ox>e. 



2 Hath He marks to lead me to Him, 
If He be my Guide ? — 

" In His feet and hands are wound-prints, 
And His side." 

3 If I find Him, if I follow, 
What His guerdon here? — 

"Many a sorrow, many a labor, 
Many a tear." 



40 2 



Affiance. 10s. 



KeyE. 



PI 


:- In :f 


s In 


|r Id 


d 


B| 


:— |d Id 


d It, 


|i. :i. 


B| 


A 


bide in 


me, 


Lord, and 


I 


d 


I— |d Ir 


n Is 


|f In 


r 


d 


:- U. :ii 


Hi I ri| 


If. :f. 


s, 



s It 

n Ir 

hour, 
t Is 
n In 

I I— 
f I— 

healed, 
1 I— 

f. :- 



|1 In 
Id In 
leave me 
|n Id 1 

Hi :i. 



s .- 
r I- 
nev 
t I- 
r I- 

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What hath He at last?— 

"Sorrow vanquished, labor ended, 
Jordan passed." 

5 If I ask Him to receive me, 
Will He say me nay? 

"Not till earth, and not till heaven 
Pass away." 

Tr. John M. Neale, 1851. 
Joseph Barnby, 1872. 



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2 Abide in me; o'ershadow by Thy love 4 Abide in me: there have been moments 
Bach half-formed purpose and dark blest, 

thought of sin; When I have heard Thy voice and felt 

Quench ere it rise, each selfish, low desire, Thy power; 

And keep my soul as Thine, — calm and Then evil lost its grasp ; and passion hushed, 
divine. Owned the divine enchantment of the hour. 

3 As some rare perfume in a vase of clay, 5 There were but seasons beautiful and rare > 
Pervades it with a fragrance not its own, Abide in me, and they shall ever be; 

So, when Thou dwellest in a mortal soul, Fulfill at once Thy precept and my prayer, 
All heaven's own sweetness seems around Come, and abide in me, and I in Thee. 

it thrown. Harriet Beecher Stcnue, 1855. (?) 



ifcope. 



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2 Hell and thy sins resist thy course, 
But hell and sins are vanquished foes, 

Thy Jesus nailed them to the cross, 
And sung the triumph when He rose. 

3 Then let my soul march boldly on, 
Press forward to the heavenly gate, 

There peace and joy eternal reign, 

And glittering robes for conquerors wait. 

4 There shall I wear my starry crown, 
And triumph in Almighty grace, 

While all the armies of the skies, 
Join in my glorious Leader's praise. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 

404 

The oath and promise of the Lord 
Join to confirm His wondrous grace; 

Eternal power performs the word, 
A nd fills all heaven with endless praise. 

2 Amid temptations, sharp and long, 
My soul to this dear refuge flies; 

Hope is my anchor, firm and strong, 
While tempests blow, and billows rise. 

3 The gospel bears my spirit up; 
A faithful and unchanging God 

Lays the foundation for my hope, 
In oaths, and promises, and blood. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



4° 5 



Thou, Saviour! art the living bread; 

Thou wilt my every want supply; 
Be Thee sustained, and cheered, and led, 

I'll press through dangers to the sky. 

2 What, though temptations oft distress, 
And sin assails and breaks my peage? 

Thou wilt uphold, and save, and bless, 
And bid the storms of passion cease. 

3 Then let me take Thy gracious hand, 
And walk beside Thee onward still; 

Till my glad feet shall safely stand, 
For ever firm, on Zion's hill. 

Ray Palmer, 1833, ab. 



406 



God! thou art my God alone; 
Early to thee my soul shall cry; 

A pilgrim in a land unknown, 

A thirsty land, whose springs are dry, 

2 Yet, through this rough and thorny maze 

1 follow hard on Thee, my God! 
Thy hand unseen upholds my ways, 

I safely tread where Thou hast trod. 

3 Better than life itself Thy love, 
Dearer than all beside to me; 

For whom I have in heaven above, 

Or what on earth, compared with Thee? 

James Montgomery , 1822. 



40 7 



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2 For Thee, my God, the living God, 
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3 Why restless, why cast down, my soul? 

Trust God; who will employ 
His aid for thee, and change these sighs 

To thankful hymns of joy. 























Nahum Tate, 1696. 
Alt. //. F. Lyte, 1834. 


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J. E. Gould, 1846. 


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2 Behold the ark of God! 

Behold the open door! 
Oh, haste to gain that dear abode, 

And rove, my soul, no more. 



3 There safe thou shalt abide, 
There sweet shall be thy rest; 

And every longing satisfied, 
With full salvation blest. 

W. A. Muhlenberg, 1826. 



.Sbope. 



409 Forelight. 10s. 



KEY E. Ardito. 



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2 Sooa will my pilgrimage end here below, 
Home to that land of delight will I go; 
Pilgrim and stranger no more shall I roam, 
Joyfully, joyfully, resting at home. 

3 Sounds of sweet melody fall on my ear; 
Harps of the blessdd, your voices I hear; 
Rings with the harmony heaven's high dome, — 
Joyfully, joyfully, haste to thy home. 

4 Death, with thy weapons of war lay me low, 
Strike, king of terrors, I fear not the blow ; 
Jesus hath broken the bars of the tomb! 
Joyfully, joyfully, will I go home. 

5 Bright will the morn of eternity dawn, 
Death shall be banished, his scepter be gone; 
Joyfully, then, shall I witness his doom, 
Joyfully, joyfully, safely at home. 

William Hunter, 1843. 



^bopc. 



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Lowell Mason, 1824 




KEY B^. 
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2 Though in a foreign land, 
We are not far from home; 

And, nearer to our house above, 
We every moment come. 

3 His grace will, to the end, 
Stronger and brighter shine; 

Nor present things, nor thiugs to come, 
Shall quench the spark divine. 

4 The people of His choice 
He will not cast away; 

Yet do not always here expect 
On Tabor's mount to stay. 

5 When we in darkness walk, 
Nor feel the heavenly flame; 

Then is the time to trust our God, 
And rest upon His name. 

6 Soon shall our doubts and fears 
Subside at His control; 

His loving kindness shall break through 
The midnight of the soul. 

7 Still on His plighted love 
At all events rely; 

The very hidings of His face 
Shall train thee up to joy. 



8 Blest is the man, O God ! 

That stays himself on Thee: — 
Who waits for Thy salvation, Lord! 

Shall Thy salvation see. 

Augustus M. Toplady, 1772, ab. 
411 

Oh! what, if we are Christ's, 

Is earthly shame or loss ? 
Bright shall the crown of glory be, 

When we have borne the cross. 

2 Keen was the trial once 
Bitter the cup of woe, 

When martyred saints, baptized in blood, 
Christ's sufferings shared below. 

3 Bright is their glory now, 
Boundless their joy above, 

Where on the bosom of their God, 
They rest in perfect love. 

4 Lord! may that grace be ours, 
Like them, in faith, to bear 

All that of sorrow, grief^ or pain 
May be our portion here. 

5 Enough, if Thou at last 
The word of blessing give, 

And let us rest beneath Thy feet, 
Where saints and angels live. 

Henry W. Baker, 1852. 



^Sbopc. 



412 Liverpool, c. m. 

Key Eb. 



Robert Wainwricht, 1770. 



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2 Nor voice can sing, nor heart can frame, 
Nor can the mem'ry find, 

A sweeter sound than Thy blest name, 
O Saviour of mankind! 

3 Hope of every contrite heart! 
O Joy of all the meek! 

To those who fall, how kind Thou art! 
How good to those who seek! 

4 But what to those who find? Ah! this 
Nor tongue nor pen can show: 

The love of Jesus, — what it is, 
None but His loved ones know. 

5 Jesus! our only joy be Thou, 
As Thou our prize wilt be; 

Jesus! be Thou our glory now, 
And through eternity! 

Lat. Bernard, of Clair-vaux , 1140. 
Tr. Edward Caswall, 1849. 



4*3 



Thou lovely Source of true delight, 

Whom I unseen adore! 
Unveil Thy beauties to my sight ; 

That I may love Thee more. 

2 Thy glory o'er creation shines; 

But, in Thy sacred word, 
I read, in fairer, brighter lines, 

My bleeding, dying Lord. 



3 'Tis here, whene'er my comforts droop, 
And sins and sorrows rise, 

Thy love, with cheerful beams of hope, 
My fainting heart supplies. 

4 But, ah ! too soon the" pleasing scene 
Is clouded o'er with pain; 

My gloomy fears rise dark between, 
And I again complain. 

5 Jesus, my Lord, my Life, my light! 
Oh! come with blissful ray; 

Break radiant through the shades of night, 
And chase my fears away. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 

414 

When I can read my title clear, 
To mansions in the skies, 

1 bid farewell to every fear, 

And wipe my weeping eyes. 

2 Should earth against my soul engage, 
And hellish darts be hurled, 

Then I can smile at Satan's rage, 
And face a frowning world. 

3 Let cares like a wild deluge come, 
And storms of sorrow fall; 

May I but safely reach my home, 
My God, my heaven, my all! 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



J. I C Magdalene College, c. p. 



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2 Be of good cheer; your cause belongs 
To Him who can avenge your wrongs; 

Leave all to Him, your Lord! 
Though hidden yet from mortal eyes, 
Salvation shall for you arise: 

He girdeth on His sword! 

3 As true as God's own word is true, 
Not earth nor hell with all their crew 

Against us shall prevail; 
A jest and by-word are they grown ; 
God is with us, we are His own, 

Our victory cannot fail I 

4 Amen, Lord Jesus, grant our prayer! 
Great Captain, now Thine arm make bare, 

Fight for us once again! 
So shall Thy saints and martyrs raise 
A mighty chorus of Thy praise, 

World without end: Amen! 

Gustai'us Adolphus, 1631. 
Tr. Catherine Winkworth, 1855, a. 



4l6 



Lord! how happy should we be, 
If we could cast our care on Thee, 

If we from self could rest; 
And feel, at heart, that One above, 
In perfect wisdom, perfect love, 

Is working for the best I 

2 How far from this our daily life, 
Ever disturbed by anxious strife, 

By sudden, wild alarms! 
Oh! could we but relish all 
Our earthly props, simply fall 

On Thine almighty arms! — 

3 Could we but kneel, and cast our load, 
E'en while we pray, upon our God, 

From self entirely cease, 
Leave all things to a Father's will, 
And taste, before Him lying still, 

E'en in affliction, peace. 

Joseph Anstice, 1836. 



4 i7 

Children of light! arise and shine; 
Your birth, your hopes, are all divine, 

Your home is in the skies; 
Oh! then, for heavenly glory born, 
Look down on all, with holy scorn, 

That earthly spirits prize. 

2 O blesse'd Lord! we yet shall reign, 
Redeemed from sorrow, sin, and pain, 

And walk with Thee in white: 
We suffer now; but, Oh! at last 
We'll bless Thee, Lord! for all the past, 

And own our cross was light. 

Edward Denny , 1839. 

419 Monkland. 7s. 



418 



Lord! in sorrow I resign 

My soul to that dear hand of Thine, 

Without reserve or fear; 
That hand shall wipe my streaming eyes, 
Or, into smiles of glad surprise, 

Transform the falling tear. 

2 My sole possession is Thy love; 
On earth beneath, in heaven above, 

I have no other store: 
And though, with fervent suit I pray 
And importune Thee, night and day, 

I ask Thee nothing more. 

Fr. Madame de la Matte Guyon, 171a 
Tr. William Coivper, 1783, a. 

Arr John P. Wilkes, 1861. 



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2 Faint not, Christian! though in rage 
Satan would thy soul engage; 

Gird on faith's anointed shield, 
Bear it to the battle-field. 

3 Faint not, Christian! though the world 
Has its hostile flag unfurled; 

Hold the cross of Jesus fast, 
Thou shalt overcome at last. 

4 Faint not, Christian! though within 
There's a heart so prone to sin; 
Christ, the Lord, is over all; 

He'll not suffer thee to fall. 

James H. Evans, 1833. 



420 

Joyful be the hours to-day; 

Joyful let the season be; 
Let us sing, for well we may; 

Jesus! we shall sing of Thee. 

2 Joyful are we now to own, — 
Rapture thrills us, as we trace 

All the deeds Thy love hath done, 
All the riches of Thy grace. 

3 'Tis Thy grace alone can save; 
Every blessing comes from Thee,— 

All we have and hope to have, 
All we are and hope to be. 

Thomas Kelly, 1853. 



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2 Thou dost conduct Thy people 
Through torrents of temptation; 
ft or will we fear 
While Thou art near, 
The fire of tribulation; 
We clap our hands exulting 
In Thine almighty favor; 
Thy love divine 
That makes us Thine, 
Shall keep us Thine forever! 



3 By faith we see the glory 
To which Thou shalt restore us; 

The world despise 

For that high prize 
Which Thou hast set before us 
And if Thou count us worthy, 
We each, as dying Stephen, 

Shall see Thee stand 

At God's right hand, 
To take us up to heaven! 

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2 It is a well-worn pathway; 

Many have gone before, — 
The holy saints and prophets, 

The patriarchs of yore; 
They trod the toilsome journey, 

In patience and in faith, 
And them I fain would follow, 

Like them in life and death. 



3 With them my thoughts are dwelling, 

'Tis there I long to be; 
Come, Lord I and call Thy servant 

To blessedness with Thee! 
Come, bid my toils be euded, 

Let all my wanderings cease ; 
Call from the wayside lodging, 

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Xo more a stranger guest, 

With all Thy blood-bought children, 
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The pilgrim toils forgotten, 
The pilgrim conflicts o'er, 

All earthly griefs behind as, 
Eternal joys before! 

Ger. , Paul Gerhardt, 1667. 
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2 That peace which suffers and is strong, 
Trusts where it cannot see, 

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But leaves the end with Thee; 

3 That peace which flows serene and deep, 
A river in the soul, 

Whose banks a living verdure keep; 
God's sunshine o'er the whole. 

4 Such, Father! give our hearts such peace, 
Whate'er the outward be, 

Till all life's discipline shall cease, 
And we go home to Thee 

424 

God moves in a mysterious way 

His wonders to perform; 
He plants His footsteps in the sea, 

And rides upon the storm. 

2 Deep in unfathomable mines 
Of never-failiner skill. 



Anon. 1862. 



He treasures up His bright designs, 
And works His sovereign will. 

3 Ye fearful saints! fresh courage take; 
The clouds ye so much dread, 

Are big with mercy, and shall break 
In blessings on your head. 

4 Judge not the Lord by feeble sense, 
But trust Him for His grace; 

Behind a frowning providence, 
He hides a smiling face, 

5 His purposes will ripen fast, 
Unfolding every hour; 

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But sweet will be the flower. 

fi Blind unbelief is sure to err, 

And scan his work in vain; 
God is his own interpreter. 

And He will make it plain. 

William Cowper, 1772. 



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Our God, our help in ages past, 

Our Help for years to come, 
Our Shelter from the stormy blast, 

And our eternal Home! — 

2 Before the hills in order stood, 
Or earth received her frame, 

From everlasting Thou art God, 
To endless years the same. 

3 A thousand ages in Thy sight 
Are like an evening gone; 

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Short as the watch that ends the night, 
Before the rising sun. 

4 Time, like an ever-rolling stream, 
Bears all its sons away; 

They fly forgotten, as a dream 
Dies at the opening day. 

5 Our God, our Help in ages past, 
Our Hope for years to come! 

Be Thou our Guard, while troubles last, 
And our eternal Home. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 
Ignacb Plhyhl, 1791. 



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2 In each event of life, how clear, 

Thy ruling hand I see! 
Each blessing to my soul more dear, 

Because conferred by Thee: 
In every joy that crowns my days, 

In every pain I bear, 
My heart shall find delight in praise, 

Or seek relief in prayer. 



3 When gladness wings the favored hour, 

Thy love my thoughts shall fill; 
Resigned, when storms of sorrow lower, 

My soul shall meet Thy will: 
My lifted eye, without a tear, 

The gathering storm shall see; 
My steadfast heart shall know no fear; 

That heart will rest on Thee. 

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2 Blest is the tranquil hour of morn, 
And blest that solemn hour of eve 

When, on the wings of prayer upborne, 
The world I leave. 

3 Then is my strength by Thee renewed; 
Then are my sins by Thee forgiven ; 



Then dost Thou cheer my solitude 
With hopes of heaven. 

4 Lord! till I reach that blissful shore, 

No privilege so dear shall be, 
As thus my inmost soul to pour 
In prayer to thee. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1834. 



428 



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Jesus, my Saviour, look on me, 
For I am weary and oppressed; 

1 come to cast myself on Thee; 

Thou art my rest! 

2 I am bewildered on ray way; 
Dark and tempestuous is the night; 

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Thou art my Light ! 

3 Thou wilt my very waut supply 
E'en to the end, whate'er befall; 
Through life — in death — eternally, 
Thou art my All! 

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2 Prayer is the burden of a sigh, 
The falling of a tear, 

The upward glancing of an eye, 
When none but God is near. 

3 Prayer is the simplest form of speech, 
That infant lips can try; 

Prayer, the sublimest strains that reach 
The Majesty on high. 

4 Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, 
The Christian's native air: 

His watchword at the gates of death; 
He enters heaven with prayer. 

5 Prayer is the contrite sinner's voice, 
Return: ng from His ways; 

While angels in their songs rejoice, 
And cry — " Behold be prays!" 



6 O Thou, by whom we come to God, — 
The Life, the Truth, the Way! 

The path of prayer Thyself hast trod; 
Lord! teach us how to pray. 

Jatnes Montgomery, 1819. 



43' 



Thou, who hast Thy servants taught 

That not by words alone, 
But by the fruits of holiness, 

The life of God is shown! • 

2 While in Thy house of prayer we meet, 
And call Thee God and Lord, 

Give us a heart to follow Thee, 
Obedient to Thy word. 

3 Through all the dangerous paths of life, 
Uphold us as we go, 

That with our lips, and in our lives, 
Thy glory we may show. 

Henry Alford, 1844. 



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an - 
f 


swer 
If 


prayer ; > 
In I- \ 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id |s, I— 


d 11, 


|pi Ide 


r 


Is, 


Id I- / 


pi Ir 
d Id 


It 
Id 


Ipi 
Id 


1 
re 


Is.pi|r I— 
:mTd"|t, I— 


PI Is 
d Ipi 


|s .f I pi .r 


d 

s, 


It, 

Is, 


Id I- 

|s, I- 


He Him 
S If 


■ self 
11 


has 
Is 


bid 
fe 


thee pray, 
Is |f I- 


There- fore 

pi .si ta 


wDl not 
11 If 


say 
PI 


thee 
If 


nay. 

In I- 


d :d 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id |s, I— 


d - Ide 


Ir If, 


Si 


Is, 


Id I- 



2 Thou art coming to a King, 
Large petitions with thee bring; 
For His grace and power are such, 
None can ever ask too much. 

3 With my burden I begin, 
Lord! remove this load of sin; 
Let Thy blood, for sinners spilt, 
Set my conscience free from guilt. 



4 Lord! I come to Thee for rest, 
Take possession of my breast; 

There Thy blood-bought right maintain, 
And without a rival reign. 

5 While I am a pilgrim here, 
Let Thy love my spirit cheer; 

As my Guide, my Guard my Friend, 
Lead me to my journey's, end. 

John Newton, 1778. 



^JPtrctgetr. 

432 Mercy-Seat, iis&ios. 



Key Eb. Andante. 



n :— I PI If 

d :— |d :d 

Thou know -est 
S I— I S ". S 
d :— Id Ir 



s :— id 1 :— 
d :- id :— 

Lord, the 

s :— |s :— 
n :— |ni :— 



t :i 


|s If 


d *.d 


Id :t, 


wea-ri- 


ness and 


s :i 


|n ir 


f ■ : <i 


Is, :s, 



f : — In :n 

t,:— id :d 

sor - row Of 
r I— |n Is 
d I- |d Ita 



f :— 


|s :- 


d :— 


|n :- 


the 


sad 


f :- 


[tai- 


ii<- 


ls, :- 



Joseph Barnby, 1872. 



1 :-|-:s 

f :- i-:n 

heart that , 

1 :-i-:t 
f, :— 1— :s, 



f Is in Id 

pi I r d Id 
comes to Thee for 
d 1 1 s I s I fe 

lilt, |l II, 



r . — 

t,:- 

rest; 
s I— 

s,I— 



f. A>. 

fd I— |d Id 

i,m r : — |1, II, 

Cares of to- 
ini I— |n In 

*i,:-Ui :i. 



d I— 


It, 


I— 


se,I— 


1- 


Ise, 


day, 




and 


n I— 


1- 


• In 


r I— 


1- 


Ir 



pi Ir |d It, 

d It, |1, Ise 
bur-dens for to - 
n I f |PI In 
d Ir I pi In, 



t,I- 



d : 

se,:— 11, : 

mor - row, 
r I— |d : 

ii s — |ii : 



E>. t.r=- 
df I— 8 II 

n,l,I— |r Id 
Bless - ings im 
df I— I f If 

l.rld |t, II, 



t I- |d> I— 
t.Ir |d I- 

plored, and 
f I— |n I— 

s,:-|i, 1- 



lentando. 



s In id 


If 


d Id |d 


Ir 


sins to be 


con- 


sis | m 


11 


pi, I pi, |1| 


If. 



r I-l-I- 
t.I-l-I- 

fessed ; 

s I-l-I- 

s, I- I- I- 



n I— 


|n 


In 


d I— 


|n 


In 


We 


come be- 


s I — 


Is 


Is 


d I— 


Id 


Id 



n I— |n I 

r ;— |r I 
fore Thee 
S I— 1 8 I 
ta,I- Ita,: 



1 Is if In 
delde delde 

at Thy gracious 

sin 1 1 II 

1, : 1, U,: 1 



f I— 


l-:s 


r I— 


|-lr 


word, 


And 


1 I— 


l-:s 


r I— 


l-:t, 



n I- 


-It :- 


d I- 


-Id :- 


lay 


them 


s I— 


-If :- 


d :- 


-li,i- 



s In |d Ir 

d it, 1 1 , : 1 

at Thy feet; Tho 
n Is |s I f 
n,In, |f,If, 



n .— |r I- 
d I- |t, I- 

u know - est, 
n I— I f I- 
Sil— |S,I- 



d I— 

d I— 

Lord. 
n I— 
d I— 



f In 




d Id 




A-men. 




1 Is 




f, Id 





2 Thou knowest all the past; how long and blindly 
On the dark mountains the lost wanderer strayed; 

How the good Shepherd followed, and how kindly 

He bore it home, upon His Shoulders laid; 
And healed the bleeding wounds, and soothed the pain, 
And brought back life, and hope, and strength again. 

3 Thou knowest all the present; each temptation, 
Each toilsome duty, each foreboding fear; 

All to each oue assigned of tribulation, 
Or to beloved ones, than self more dear; 



QPtragetr. 



All pensive memories, as we journey on, 
Longings for vanished smiles and voices gone. 

4 Thou knowest all the future; gleams of gladness 
By stormy clouds too quickly overcast; 

Hours of sweet fellowship and parting sadness, 

And the dark river to be crossed at last. 
Oh! what could hope and confidence afford 
To tread that path; but this, Thou knowest Lord! 

5 Thou knowest, not alone as God, all-knowing; 
As Man, our mortal weakness Thou hast proved: 

On earth, with purest sympathies o'erflowing, 

Saviour, Thou hast wept, and Thou hast loved; 
And love and sorrow still to Thee may come, 
And find a hidiug-place, a rest, a home. 

6 Therefore we come, Thy gentle call obeying, 
And lay our sins and sorrows at Thy feet; 

On everlasting strength our weakness staying, 

Clothed in Thy robe of righteousness complete: 
Then rising and refreshed, we leave Thy throne, 
And follow on to know as we are known. Amen. 

Jane Borthivick, 1854. 



433 



Naomi, c. m. 



Lowell Mason, 1836. 



Key El?. 
n In .n 
d Id .d 

Fa-ther! what- 

s Is .a 

d Id A 



s 

n 

e'er 

s 

d 



:f_jn 
Ir .d 

of~~ 
Is 
It,.d 



r .n If 
TjTd Ir 

earth - ly 

s Is 

s Is, 



n In 

d Id 

bliss Thy 

s Is 

d Id 



1 I- .1 

n I- .n 

sov - 'reign 



I- .d 1 



s Ife 

r Id 

hand de 

t II 

r Ir 



s .— 

ti :— 

nies. 

s I — 

Si I — 



n 


In .in 


d 


Id .d 


Ac 


- cept-ed 


s 


Is .s 


d 


Id .d 



s 


If .n 


n 


Ir~d 


at 


Thy 


s 


Is 


d 


:t,.d 



r .n If 
t^Td Ir 

throne of 
s Is 

S I Si 



n In 


1 


d Id 


d 


grace, Let 


this 


s Is 


f 


d Id 


f. 



1 
d 


s .n Ir 

<T~ it, 


n 
d 


e - 


ti - tion 


rise 


I 
fl 


n .s Is 
S[ Is, 


s 
d 



2 " Give me a calm, a thankful heart, 

From every murmur free; 
The blessings of Thy grace impart, 

And let me live to Thee. 



3 Let the sweet hope, that Thou art mine, 

My path of life attend; 
Thy presence through my journey shine, 

And bless its happy end. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 



IJPtrctger. 



434 



Retreat, l. m. 



Thomas Hastings, 1840. 



Key C. 



In.f 
UdTr 

Fro 
/Is 

I'd 

Ir 1 
\Is 
The 

/it 

lis 



s :— 


Is 


s :f In 


1 :— 


:i 


s i-it.d 1 


r' :- 


Ir' 


r' Id 1 


:t 


d 1 I— 


Ipi 1 


r ' :— \ 


n :— 


In 


n Ir :d 


d :— 


:f 


n '.— Ir.n 


t :— 


:f 


Fiii 


Ir 


pi I— 


Is 


S I— 1 


m ev - 


*ry 


storm - y 


wind 


that 


biows, From 


ev - 


'ry 


swell - 


ing 


tide 


of 


woes, ) 


d 1 :— 


:d> 


s :— :s 


f :— 


:d' 


d 1 :— :s 


s :— 


Is 


s :— 


Is 


s I— 


Id' 


t :— ' 


d :— 


:d 


d :— :d 


f :— 


:f 


d :— :s 


s :— 


is 


s, :— 


Is, 


d I— 


Id 


s I—' 


pi' :— 


:r' 


d' :— :i 


s '.— 


in 


r I— In.f 


s :— 


'.& 


s :f 


rit. 

I PI 


1 I- 


It 


a 1 :— 


s i— 


if 


n :— :f 


n :— 


:d 


t, :— :dTr 


n :— 


In 


pi Ir 


Id 


d :— 


If 


pi i— 


re is 


a 


calm, a 


sure 


re- 


treat ; — 'Tis 


found 


he- 


neath 


the 


mer - 


cy- 


seat. 


d 1 :— 


.'s 


s :- :d' 


d' :— 


Is 


s :— :s 


d 1 :— 


ld' 


s :— 


Id 1 


d' I- 


Is 


s I— 


d :— 


:d 


d :— :d 


d :— 


In 


s :- :d 


d :— 


:d 


d :— 


Id 


f I- 


Is 


d I- 



2 There is a place where Jesus sheds 
The oil of gladness on our heads, 
A place than all besides, more sweet; 
It is the blood-bought mercy seat. 



3 Hast thou a friend, whose image dear 
May prove an idol worshiped here? 
Implore the Lord, that naught may be 
A shade between Himself and thee. 



3 There is a spot where spirits blend, 4 Whate'er the care that breaks thy rest, 

Where friend holds fellowship with friend; Whate'er the wish that swells thy breast, 



Present to God that wish, that care, 
And change anxiety to prayer. 



43 6 



Mrs. A. Julius, 1859. 



Though sundered far, by faith they meet 
Around one common mercy-seat. 

4 There, there, on eagle wings we soar, 

And time, and sense seem all no more; 

And heaven comes down our souls to greet, Where high the heavenly temple stands 



And glory crowns the mercy-seat 

5 Oh ! may my hand forget her skill, 
My tongue be silent, cold, and still, 
This bounding heart forget to beat, 
If I forget the mercy-seat! 

Hugh Stowell, 1827. 

435 

Hast thou within a care so deep, 
It chases from thine eyelids sleep? 
To thy Redeemer take that care, 
And change anxiety to prayer. 

2 Hast thou a hope, from which thy heart 
Would almost feel it death to part ? 
Entreat thy God that hope to crown, 
Or give thee strength to lay it down. 



The house of God not made with hands, 
A great High Priest our nature wears, — 
The Guardian of mankind appears. 

2 Though now ascended up on high, 
He bends on earth a brother's eye; 
Partaker of the human name, 

He knows the frailty of our frame. 

3 Our Fellow-Sufferer yet retains 
A fellow-feeling of our pains; 
And still remembers, in the skies, 
His tears, His agonies, and cries. 

4 In every pang that rends the heart, 
The Man of sorrows had a part; 

He sympathizes with our grief, 
And to the sufferer sends relief. 

Michael Bruce, 1 766. 



QPtrager. 



437 


' Packer, c. 


M. 






Hubert P. Main, 


1869 


Key D. 










/ ' s 


d 1 :t.i|s :i 


r : m - f |n 


.*s 


d 1 :t |i 


:i 


s '. — 


— 


y.m 


in : f | s : d 


d :tT|d 


'.r 


d Ir |n 


Ir.d 


t, :- 


— 


< Oh! 


could I find from 


day to day 


A 


near- ness to 


my 


God; 




lis 


s :s id 1 :i 


s Is is 


'. s 


n.fels |s 


Ife 


S ;— 


— 


\ :d 


d :r |n :f 


s :s, |d 


:t, 


f, :s, id 


'.r 


s, :— 


— 


/ • s 


t : 1 .s |d> :m" 


r 1 : d'.t |d' 


In 


r In .f |n 


Ir 


d :— 


— 


\' r 


f :f in :s 


s : f in 


:d 


d Id - |d 


:t, 


d :— 


1— 


(Then 


should my hours glide 


sweet a - way, 


And 


live up - on 


Thy 


word. 




i:t 


r 1 I d'.t Id 1 :s 


s Ir' |d' 


Id'.ta 


i :s.i |s 


:f 


n :— 


— 


' :s, 


s :s |d :d 


t, :s, |i. 


:i,.s 


f, :n,.r,]s, 


:s. 


d :— 


1— 



2 Lord! I desire with Thee to live, 
Anew from day to day, 

la joys the world can never give, 
Nor ever take away. 

3 Jesus I come and rule my heart, 
And I'll be wholly thine; 

And never, never more depart; 
For Thou art wholly mine. 

4 Thus, till my last expiring breath, 
Thy goodness I'll adore; 

And, when my flesh dissolves in death, 
My soul shall love Thee more. 

Benjamin Cleveland, 1790, 



438 



4 Pray till thy Lord's own strength is thine! 

Still sweetly, strongly pray! 
For ever breathe the air divine! 

Clasp thy dear Lord alway! 

Thomas H. Gill, 1856. 



439 



Alone with Thee, with Thee alone, 

I breathe the heavenly air; 
Lord, what sweet wonders Thou hast shown 

Thy lonely worshipper! 

2 Thou takest this rapt soul apart 
Into Thy secret place; 

Thou keepest for this yearning heart 
The fullness of Thy grace. 

3 For these blest eyes thou openest 
Full many a deep divine: 

In these glad ears thou whisperest 
Some secret sweet of Thine. 



How can I, Lord, abide with Thee, 

Unless with Thee I speak? 
How can I love Thee verily, 

And not Thy converse seek? 

2 Doth not my soul, dear Lord," decline, 4 The solitude, how populous! 

Whene'er I faintly pray? — My Lord doth full appear; 

When on that outstretched hand of Thine The silence, how melodious 1 

My doubting hand I lay? My Lord alone I hear. 



3 My life were stopped, if prayer should 
O soul of mine pray on! [fail, 

Pray, weakling, till thou dost prevail, 
Pray till thy tears are gone ! 



5 Lord, my God, mine all, mine own, 
Still grant these visits sweet; 

Still meet Thy lover all alone! 
These blessed hours repeat. 

Thomas H. Gill, 1856. 



(9 on& ecv<xtion . 



44° Festival 

/ KEY BJ7. 

d :t,.i,ia, :i, 
d : t,.i,is, :i, 

Forth to the fight, ye 

d :t,.i,|s, :i, 
d :t|.i ( |s, :i. 



7s k 6s. p. 



John Heywood. 



ri :— 


In, :— 


d :t,.d|r :s, 


r ( :— 


|wi :— 


s, : f ,.n,|r, :f, 


ran 


som'd, 


Might- y in God's own 


i", :— 


hi :- 


d :r.n|f :t, 


r t :— 


hi :— 


n, I r,.d,| t 2 :s, 



n 
n, 

might 

d 

d, 



n : r .n |f It 


n 


r 


:— 


Hi 


:— 


d :t,. 


d n 


:r 


S| 


:— 


1— '•— \ 


l, :i|.s,|f, is. 


1. 


:— 


|ii :- 


s, I S|.s, ] fe [ 


: fe, 


S| : — 


1— '•— ) 


Stem-ming the tide of 


bat 




tie, 


Rout- ing the hosts 


of 


night. 


/ 


i, :i,.i,|i, :de 


r 


:— 


|re '.— 


n : r .d |d 


:d 


t, :- 


1— 5— J 


de, :t 2 .ds:|r, : n, 


f, 


• 


l«e, :- 


s. Ifi.Piilr, 


:r, 


s, :— 


1 • 


/ CHURUS 

d I s,. s, 1 r Is, 


pi 


. 


Id :— 


1, :ii.r,|i 


'.r\ 


r :— 


1 . 


d :s,.S||r : S| 


n 


:— 


Id :- 


f, : s,.s,|i, 


: fe, 


S| • — 


1— :— ) 


Lift ye the Blood- red 


Ban 


- 


ner, 


Wield ye the Spir 


-it's 


sword, 


> 


d :s,.S||r : s. 


pi 


:— 


m :- 


d :de.de|r 


:d 


t. :- 


1— •— V 


d :s,.S||r : s. 


n 


• — 


Id :- 


f, :n,.n,|r, 


•T| 


s, :— 


1 *^~ ' *^~ ' 


t, :mJ|fi '•* 


d 




|i. 


: .1. 


s, Id 


// 
|r :-.d 


d :— 




•» 


d 


:-.r |n :— 


s, : i,.i, |se, : t, 


1. 


— 


lii 


; .re. 


Pii !f1| 


|li :-.ni 


pii :— 


1- 


:— 


ii 


:- Is, :- 


Raise ye the Christian' 


swai 




cry— 


"The 


Cross of 


Christ the 


Lord!" 






A 


- men. 


r Ire.re |pi : pi 


pi 


:— 


H. 


: .d 


d :s. 


It, :-.d 


d :— 


1- 


:— 


d 


:- |d :- 


S| If 6|.f e,jpi| '. se, 


1> 


:— 


Hi 


: .ie, 


S, IS| 


Is, :-.d, 


d, :- 


1- 


:— 


fi 


:- Id, :- 






2 Fight, for the Lord is o'er you, 
Fight, for He bids you fight; 

There where the fray is thickest 
Close with the hosts of night, 
Lift ye, etc. 



3 Fear not the din of battle, 

Follow where He has trod 
Perfecting strength in weakness — 

Jesus Incarnate God! 
Lift ye, etc. 

W. H. JCiriy- 



(§low&ecv<xiiorx. 



.41 Uis 


ciple 


:. os & 7s. 








From W. A. Mozart. 


KEY A. 














d I-.d|d 


:d 


n '.- .r |r .d Id 


r 


I-.r |r Ir 


f 


I- .n |n Ir \ 


n, :-.f||n. 


m, 


s, :-.s,|s, is, 


S| 


:-.8||s. Is, 


S| 


I-.S,|S, I— J 


Je - sus, I 


my 


cross have tak - en, 


All 


to leave, and 


fol 


- low Thee; / 


s, :- .i, |s, 


Id 


d I— . f J f -n In 


ti 


:-.t,|t, it, 


r 


:- -d |d It, \ 


d, :-.d,|d, 


:d, 


s, :-.s,|d, :d, 


s. 


I-.S,|S, IS| 


ti 


:-.d|s, :— ' 


S. 












Fine. 


d :-.d|d 


:d 


n 1- .r |r .d Id 


r 


Ir |r .f In .r 


d 


:t, id :- 


n, :— . f , 1 m, 


m. 


S| !-.S||S| Is, 


S| 


lie, |s, Is,.l| 


s, 


:f. m, :- 


Na - keel, poor 


des - 


pised, for-sak - en, 


Thou, from hence, my 


all 


shalt be ! 


D.S. Yet how rich 


is 


my con-di - tion, 


God 


and heav'n are 


still 


my own! 


d :-.i,|s, 


:d 


d I- .f |f .n In 


t, 


Id |r Id.f 


n 


Ir |d I— 


d, :-.d,|d, 


Id, 


s, I-.s,|d| Id| 


S| 


:i. It, :(U, 


Si 


Is, id, I— 

D.vS. 


r '.- .r |r 


Ir 


r I-.d|d.t,:t, 


n 


I- .n |pi In 


f 


I- .n |n Ir 


s, :-.s,|f, 


:f. 


pi, I-.n,|f, If, 


n, 


I-.s,|s, Is, 


s. 


I-.s,|s, I— 


Per - ishev - 


ery 


fond am-bi - tion, 


All 


I 've sought, or 


hoped, or known ; 


ti :- -t.it, 


:t, 


d I- .d |r Ir 


d 


I-.d|d Id 


r 


:-.d|d it, 


S| :-.s,|s, 


:s, 


S| I-.S||S| IS| 


d 


I-.d|d Id 


t. 


:-.d|s, :— 



2 Let the world despise and leave me; 
They have left ray Saviour, too; 

Human hearts and looks deceive me ; 

Thou art not, like man, untrue ; 
And, while Thou shalt smile upon me, 

God of wisdom, love, and might! 
Foes may hate, and friends may shun me; 

Show Thy face, and all its bright. 

3 Man may trouble and distress me; 
'T will but drive me to Thy breast ; 

Life with trials hard may press me, 
Heaven will bring me sweeter rest: 

0!i! 'tis not in grief to harm me; 
While Thy love is left to me; 

Oh ! 't were not in joy to charm me, 
Were that joy unmixed with Thee. 

Henry Francis Lyte, 1824. 



44 : 



Sweet the moments, rich in blessing, 

Which before the cross I spend, 
Life, and health, and peace possessing, 

From the sinner's dying Friend ! 
Here I'll sit, for ever viewing 

Mercy's streams in streams of blood: 
Precious drops! my soul bedewing, 

Plead, and claim my peace, with God. 

2 Here it is I find my heaven, 

While upon the Lamb I gaze; 
Love I much? — I've much forgiven, — 

I'm a miracle of grace. 
Love and grief my heart dividing, 

With my tears His feet I'll bathe; 
Constant still in faith abiding, — 

Life deriving from His death. 

fames Allen, 1757. 
Alt. Walter Shirley, 1776. 



® 



on&ecvct 



tion. 



44 3 Roseville. 8s & 7s. 








Hubert P. Main, 1875. 


KEY G. 








D.C 


/ 


S, IS, |l|.t|Id 


r Is |n.rld 


f In 


1* 


Id 


t| ll, |s, I- 


( 


Pi) Is, |f, Ipii.fe, 


s, It, Idylls, 


t, Id 


is, 


Ife, 


s, lie, s, I— 


) 


Know, my soul! thy 
Joy to find in 
d Id |d Id 


full sal - va - tion; 
ev - ery sta tion, 

s Is s .f In 


Rise o'er 
[Omit] 


sin, 


and 


fear, and care ; 


/ 


s Is 


Is 


Ir 


r Ir.d|t, I— 


\ 


d, In, |fi I!, 


t, Is, |d~ Id 


r Id 


It, 


Hi 


s, Ir, |s, I— 



n I fe |s II 
S| Id |r Id 

Some -thing still to 
d Ir |s In 
d II, |t, Id 



s I fe |s 

t, II, It, 

do or bear 

r Ir |r 

r Ir, |s. 



s It, |d.rln 

t, IS, |S| Is, 
Think what Spir-it 
r If |n.rld 
s, Is, |s, Id 



f In |n Ir 
r Id |d It, 

dwells with-in thee: 
s Is js Is 
t, Id |s. Is, 



r Is |n Id 

t, ir |d II, 

What a Fa-ther's/ 

s Is |s In 

s, It, |d Id 



t, :i, is, :- 

s, I fe, |s, I— 

smile is thine: 
r Ir.d|t, I— 
r Ir, |s, I— 



s, Is, llj^tild 

:ii Is, jf, In,.fe 
What a Sav-iour 
d Id |d Id 
d, In, |f, II, 



r Is jm.rld 

s, It, Mils, 

died to win thee! 

s Is |s.fln 

t. Is, |d : d 



1 Ir |s IAA 
d It, |d :d7r 

Child of heav'n! sho 
f Is |s In.l 
f, If, |n, :Mi 



n Ir |d I— 
d It, |d I- 

uldst thou repine? 
s I f |n I— 
s, Is, |d, I— 



2 Haste thee on from grace to glory, 
Armed by faith, and winged by prayer, 

Heaven's eternal day's before thee, 

God's own hand shall guide thee there. 



Soon shall close thy earthly mission, 
Swift shall pass thy pilgrim days, 

Hope soon change to glad fruition, 
Faith to sight, aud prayer to praise. 

Henry Francis Lyte, 1824. 



444 Pleyel. 7s. 



Key G. 



Ignace Pleyel, 1790. 



n Is 


r 


I- .n 


f Ir 


n I— 


n 


Is 


r I- .n 


f Ir 


d Id 


t, 


I-.d 


r It, 


d I— 


d 


Id 


t, I-.d 


r It, 


Child-ren 


of 


the 


heav'n -ly 


King, 


As 


ye 


jour - ney, 


sweet-ly 


s Is 


s 


I- .s 


1 Is 


s I— 


s 


Is 


s I- .s 


1 Is.f 


d, In, 


s. 


I- .ni 


r, IS| 


d, I- 


d, 


In, 


s, I- .n, 


r. Is, 



sing 

n 

d, 



© 



on&ecva. 



iron. 



r :m 


d I-.r 


t, :i. 


S| :— 


n 


Is 


r 


I-.n 


f Ir 


s, .* se. 


i, :-.ii 


s, : fe, 


a, :— 


d 


Id 


t, 


I-.d 


r It, 


Sing your 


Sav - iour's 


wor - thy 


praise, 


GIo 


- rious 


in 


His 


works and 


t| In 


n I- .r 


r '.r.d 


t, :- 


s 


Is 


s 


I-.s 


1 Is.f 


s, In, 


i, :-.fe, 


s, :r. 


s, :— 


d. 


In, 


S| 


I-.n, 


r. Is, 



d I 
d I 

ways. 
n I 
d, I 



2 Ye are traveling home to God 
In the way the father's trod; 
They are happy now, and ye 
Soon their happiness shall see. 

3 Shout, ye little flock, and blest! 
You on Jesus' throne shall rest; 
There your seat is now prepared; 
There your kingdom and reward. 



4 Fear not, brethren; joyful stand 
Oh the borders of your land; 
Jesus Christ, your Father's Son, 
Bids you undismayed go on. 

5 Lord, submissive make us go, 
Gladly leaving all below; 
Only Thou our Leader be, 
And we still will follow Thee. 

John Cennick, 1742. 



445 Sentinel. 7s & 3. 



Philip Armes, 1872. 



Key F. 

P 

d In ire In 

s, Id |d Id 

Chris-tians, seek not 

n Is |ie Is 

d Is, |d Id, 



n In 
t, Id 

Thou art 
se 1 1 
n, II, 



If 
|r 
in 
Is 

It, 



In 
Id 
the 
Is 
Id 



/ 
s 

d 

yet 
t 

ti 



I-.f |n 

I-.d |d 

re- pose, 

:-.i is 



1 I-.s |s 
d I-.t,|d 

midst of foes: 
f I-.r |s 
f, I-.f, |n, 



f In 


|1 Is 


t, Id 


|r I- . 


d Id 


|d Id 


s. Hi 


It, :- ) 


Cast thy 


dreams of 


ease a 


way ; \ 


1 Is 


|f Is 


f In 


is I- 


d Id 


|f In 


r Id 


|s, If, / 


P 

d I- 


1- :r 


n I— 


1- : 


d I— 


1- Is, 


S| I— 


1- : 


" Watch 


and 


pray." 




1 I— 


|s If 


n I— 


1- : 


f. :- 


|n, Is, 


d, :- 


1- : 



2 Principalities and powers, 
Must'riug their unseen array, 

Wait for thy unguarded hours; 
" Watch and pray." 

3 Gird thy heavenly armor on, 
Wear it ever night and day; 

Near thee lurks the Evil One; 
" Watch and pray." 



4 Hear the victors who o'ercame; 
Still they watch each warrior's way; 

All with one deep voice exclaim 
" Watch and pray." 

5 Hear, above all these, thy Lord, 
Him thou lovest to obey; 

Hide within thy heart His word, 
" Watch and pray. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1839, ab. 



®OTi55 iteration. 



446 Maitland. c. m. 



GbohghN. Allen, 1849. 



Key Bt?. 



(lPii.f| 
ild|£, 

(I'm 
/is, 

lid, 



s, I— 


:»i 


d I— In 


r I— 


Id 


n, I— 


:"i 


S| I— IS, 


*.:- 


:ii 


not 


a - 


shamed to 


own 


my 


d I— 


Id 


d I— id 


i.:- 


:i. 


d,:- 


:d, 


n, I— Id, 


f.:- 


:i. 



MI- II 

M,l- If 

Lord, Or 
d I— Id 



s,:— 


Is, 


d I— In 


r I— I — 


Til — 


Is, 


s, I— Is, 


s, I— I— 


to 


de- 


fend His 


cause, 


t|I- 


Ir 


d I— Id 


t,:-:- 


s,:— 


Hi 


ni I— Id, 


s, I— I— 



In.! 


s I— 


In 


d :— 


In 


r :— 


Id 


Is, 


s,:- 


:s, 


s, :— 


:si 


f.:- 


:fi 


Main- 


tain 


the 


hon - 


or 


of 


His 


Id. r 


n I— 


Id 


d I— 


Id 


i.:- 


:i. 


Id 


d I— 


:d, 


n, I— 


:d, 


ii:- 


:ii 



i,.di-:i, 


s, I— 


Id 


n I— 


Ir 


d I— I— 


— I- 




M.:-:f. 


s,I— 


In, 


S|I — 


:f. 


n, I— I— 


— 1 — 




word, The 


glo - 


ry 


of 


His 


cross. 






d I— id 


d I- 


Id 


d I— 


:ti 


d I- 1— 


— I— 




ii :-.*f, 


n, I— 


:d, 


s, I- 


IS| 


d, I— I— 


— I— 





2 Jesus, my God! — I know His name, 3 Firm as His throne His promise stands, 

His name is all my trust; And He can well secure 

Nor will He put my soul to shame, What I've committed to His hands, 



Nor let my hope be lost. 



447 



Christmas, c. m. 



Key D. Presto. 

I n .,i s Id 1 |t II 

Id d In |r Ir 

A - wake ray soul ! stretch 

Is s Is I s I 1 . t 

Id .,r n Id |s If 



Till the decisive hour. 



Isaac Watts , 1709. 



s 

n 


Id.,r 
:d.,t, 


|n In.,f 
Id Id 


s Is 

d In 


Is 
Id 


ev 

d> 


- 'ry 
Is 


nerve, And 

Is Is 


press with 
s Id 1 


vi 

Is 


n 


In.,r 


Id Id.,r 


n Id 


|n 



G. F. Handel, 1728. 



I Un 
: r.,d 

gor 
II 
If 



Ir 



:t, 



on ; 

S I— 

s I- 



: t .,d' 

Ir 

A 
Is 

:s, .,1, 



r 1 Is 

r In 

heav'n-ly 
S In 
t, Id 



If 
Id 

race 
II 

Ir 



If 

:t, 

de 

Is 

IS, 



f In .r |n 

r : d |d 

raands thy zeal, 

S Is .f |S 

d Id - Id 



: d'.,t 
Id 

And 

In.,s 

Id~ 



1 
d 

an 
f 

d 



Is |f In 
Id |d Id 
im - mor - tal 

In |1 is 
Id Id Id 



1 


Is 


d 


I— 


crown, 


f 

d 


In 



Ir' 
Ir 

And 
If 



s Id' |n Ir 

s In |d It, 

an im - mor - tal 

d 1 Is |s If 

n Id Is is, 



d I- 
d I- 

crown. 
n I- 
d I- 



I- 



© 



ortsecrct 



iiorr. 



2 A cloud of witnesses around 
Hold thee in full survey; 

Forget the steps already trod, 
And onward urge thy way. 



3 Blest Saviour! introduced by Thee, 

Have I my race begun; 
And, crowned with vict'ry, at Thy feet, 

I'll lay my honors down. 

Philip Doddridge , 1740, 



448 St. Bartholomew, c. m. 



Archibald Macdonald, 1870. 



/ KEY D. Alia marcia. 



Is 


d 1 


Id' 


|d' I- . 


r 


n Ir |d I 


- .r 


n Is 


11 


Is.f 


n I- 


- I r V 


Is 


n 


If 


|n I-.d 


d It, |d I-.t, 


d Id 


|d 


Ir 


d - :~~jti ) 


The 


Son 


of 


God goes 


forth to war. A 


king - ly 


crown to 


gain: \ 


Is 


s 


11 


|s I-.l 


s If |n I-.s 


s I ta 


11 


II 


s I- \-\ 


Is 


d 

1, 


Id 

:t, 


Id :-.f, 

|d If 


s, Is, |d I-.s, 
n Ir |s Is 


d In 
s If .r 


If 
|i 


If 

f. 

:t, 


s I— |s, ' 


A. t 
Irs, 


D. 

ds I— 1— \ 


I t.pii 


f. 


Is, 


Is, 11, 


s. Is, |s,.dlt,.ta. 


1, ifT 


Is. 


:s, 


s,r I— 1— ) 


His 


blood-red 


ban - ner 


streams a - far! Who 


fol - lows 


in 


His 


train ? ) 


Isd 


d 


Ir 


|d Id 


d It, |d Id 


d Ir 


|n 


If .r 


n t I— |— \ 


Is.d, 


li 


If. 


In, If, 


s, I-.f,|n, Id, 


f. :f. 


Is, 


Is, 


d.S, I— 1— ' 


mf 

Is 

It, 

"Who 


r 

ti 

best 


In 
Id 

can 


If :i 

|r If 

drink His 


r In |f Ir 
t. Id |r Ir 

cup of woe, Tri - 


n Is 
d Id 

umph-ant 


II 

Id 
- 


Id' 
If 

ver 


a* :- It , 

n I— |r J 

pain, > 


Is 


s 


Is 


|s Is 


s Is |s Is 


s I ta 


11 


Ha 


s I- |- 


Is, 


f 

d 


In 
I- .r 


Ir It, 


f In |r It, 


d In 


If 

i^TJ 


If 


s I- |s, ' 


p 
Is 


|n If 


/ : 

s Il.t|d' Ir' 


n'.d'I — |r' 


di~":- 


1- 


<7\ /Ts 

d> Id' 


Is 


d 


I- .r 


|n If 


s liTt|d' Ife 


s.nl— |f 


I- .n 


n I- |- 


f In 


Who 


pa 


- tient bears His 


cross be - low, He 


fol-lows in 


His 


train. 


A - men. 


Is 


d 


I- .r 


|n If 


s Il.t|d' Id' 


d'.d'I- |t 


I-.d' 


d' I- |- 


1 Is 


Is, 


d 


I- .r 


|n If 


s 


Il.t|d' 11 


s.s 


- Is, 


I-.d 


d I- 


1- 


f Id 



2 A glorious band, the chosen few, 3 A noble army, men and boys, 

On whom the Spirit came: The matron and the maid, 

Twelve radiant saints, their hope they knew, Around the Saviour's throne rejoice, 



And mock'd the cross and flame: 
They met the tyrant's brandish'd steel, 

The lion's gory mane; 
They bow'd their necks the death to feel: 

Who follows in their train ? 



In robes of light arrayed: 
They climb'd the steep ascent of heaven 

Through peril, toil, and pain: 
O God! to us may grace be given 

To follow in their train. Amen. 

Reginald Heber, 1827. 



(Stornsecrctiiort. 



49 


Eise 


;nach. 


P. M. 








J- 


H. Schein, 1628. 


■ s 

KEY El2. 














D. C. 


:d.r 


n if 


is Is 


f In |r 


Is 


1 


It 


|d' It 


1 I- |S 


Is, 


d Id 


|r :'*-!, 


Mild |t, 


It, 


r 


Ir 


|d Ir 


n Ir.d |t, 


Says 
Tour 


Christ, our 
life its 


Cham-pion, — 
lust, and 


fol - low Me ; 
lib - er - ty, 


For- 
WhOe 


sake 
liv- 


the 
ing 


world,— de- 
and when 


ny - ing 
dy - ing; 


In.f 


s 11 


|s In 


f Is |s 


Is 


fe 


Is 


|n .fels 


s I fe |s 


:d 


d 11, 


It, Id 


r In.dls, 


In 


r 


Is, 


\h~: t, 


d Ir Is, 


Is 


d' It 


|1 Is 


f In |r 


Is 


f 


In 


|r .n If 


n Ir |d 


:d 


n I n .r |d Id 


l,.t,Id |t, 


Id 


d 


Id 


|tT7d Ir 


d It, |d 


Walk 


in My 


way, ye 


Christ-ians all; 


Take 


up 


My 


cross and 


heed My call. 


In 


1 Is 


|1 In 


f Is |s 


Is 


1 


Is 


|s 11 


s Is.f |n 


:.i 


1, In 


|f Id 


r In.d|S| 


In, 


f, 


Id 


|s, Ir 


n.dls, |d 



2 I am the light, I shine for you, 

Witli holiness o'erflowing; 
I show the gleam of beacon true, ■ 

And life with glory glowing; 
No one shall walk in gloom of night, 
Who takes for guide My love, and light! 



45° Jerusalem, c. m. 



3 Then let us follow, confident, 
Our Master's love and leading, 

And trust with faith and sure content, 
The Lord whose wounds are bleeding; 

For He who flies the earthly strife, 

Shall win no crown of heavenly life. 

Tr. F. M. Finch, 1880, ab. 
L. Spohr, 1835. 



KEYD. 



.3 

In 

Am 
Id' 
ud 



'Is 
,In 

/And 



s I-If 

n I— Ir 
I a 



I pi 

Id 
sol 



d'l— Is |s I— 
d I— Id |d I— 



Id' 

In 
dier 
Id' 
Id 



11 


11 :- 


11 


If 


If :- 


it 


the 


cross, 


A 


Id" 


id' :- 


Id 1 


If 


if :- 


If 



Id' 
^Id 



s I— If 

n I— Ir 



|n I— Id' 

|d I— In 



shall I fear 



to 



Wh ile oth - ers fought to 



d'l— Is |s I— Id 1 
d I— Id Id I— Id 



t I 

s I- 
of 

d'l- 
f I 



t :— :i 1 :— :i 

s I— If |f I— If 

own His cause, Or 
win the prize, And 
d'l— Id 1 |d' I— Id" 
f I— If |f I— If 



s I— In fs 
n I— Id |n 

foil - 'wer of 
s I— Is js 

S I— IS |S| 



:— if 

! — Ir 

the 

!— Is 

:— is. 



s I— Id 
n I— Id 

blush to 
sail - ed 
d'l— In 



I n I— Ir 

Id :-:t. 

His 



thro' bloody 
Is I-If 



Is, |s, I— Is, 



n I— I— 
d I— I— 

Lamb? 
s I — I — 

d :— :— 



d :— 
d :— 

name? 
seas? 
n I — 
d I— 



Fine. 



© 



cmsecra 



item. 



D.S. 



:n 

i:d 

(Mus 

:d 



Ir |r 

:t, |t~ 

be 
Is 
Is. 



f :i 
r :f 

car - ried 

s :— :t 
s, :— :s, 



Is 


is :- 


Is 


In 


h :- 


In 


the skies, 


On 


:d' 


Id' :- 


Id 1 


:d 


Id :- 


Ir 



2 Are there no foes for me to face ? 

Must I not stem the flood? 
Is this vile world a friend to grace, 

To help me on to God ? 
Sure, I must fight, if I would reign; 

Increase my courage, Lord! 
I'll bear the toil, endure the pain, 

Supported by Thy word. 

Isaac Watts, 1723. 



45 



Oh, for a closer walk with God, 

A calm and heavenly frame, 
A light to shine upon the road, 



s :— :fe.s[t :— :i 


s I 


r '.— Ir |r I— Id 


til 


flow - 'ry beds of 


ease 


t I— Il.t|s I— Ife 


s I 


r I — Ir |r I — Ir 


s, I 



.— I— .- 

That leads me to the Lamb ! 
Where is the blessedness I knew 

When first I saw the Lord? 
Where is the soul-refreshing view 

Of Jesus and His word? 

2 Return, O holy Dovel return, 

Sweet Messenger of rest! 
I hate the sins that made Thee mourn, 

And drove Thee from my breast. 
So shall my walk be close with God, 

Calm and serene my frame; 
So purer light shall mark the road 

That leads me to the Lamb. 

William Cowper , 1779. 



45 2 



Laban. s. M. 



KeyC. 
-.f 



I Pi 



|d I-.r 

My 
|s I- 

Id :- 

s Is 

n In 

hosts of 

s Id' 
d Id 



s Is |s Id' 

n In |n In 

soul ! be on thy 

s Id 1 |d' Is 

d Id |d Id 



t I 
s I 

press 
r' I 

s : 



Is 


Id' 


Is 


Is 


sin 


are 


|d' 


In 1 


|n 


Id 



s I— 


|n« I 


n I— 


Is : 


guard ; 
d' I— 


Ten 
Id' I 


d I— 


Id : 


d' I— 


r' I- 


n Ife 

ing 
d' I— 


s I- 

hard, 
t I- 


I I— 


s I- 



2 Oh! watch, and fight, and pray; 
The battle ne'er give o'er; 

Renew it boldly every day, 
And help divine implore. 

3 Ne'er think the vict'ry won, 
Nor once at ease sit down; 



r' Id' |t 

s Is |s 

thousand foes 

r 1 In 1 |r' 

t, Id |r 



lr' 

Is 
To 

It 



II 

Ife 
a • 
Id' 
Ir 



Lowell Mason, 1830. 



S I — 

S I — 



rise; 
t I— 

si :— 



n' Id' |s It 

s Is |r If 

draw thee from the 

d' Is |t Is 

d' In |s Is, 



|n 


I-.f 


And 


I-.r 


Is 


I— 


Id 


I— 


d' 


I— 


n 


I— 


skies. 




s 


I— 


d 


I — 



Thine arduous work will not be done, 
Till thou obtain the crown. 

4 Fight on, my soul! till death 
Shall bring thee to thy God; 

He'll take thee, at thy parting breath, 
Up to His bless'd abode. 

George Heath 1 1784. 



(Qon&ecv&iion. 



453 



Dennis, s. m. 



JoHANN GbORG NAGELI, 1832. 



KEY G. 


Andat 


ite. 




















In 


n Id 


In 


r It, 


Ir 


d I- 


Id 


d 11. Id 


d Is, Id 


t, I 


— Ir 


Id 


d Is, 


Id 


t, Is, 


:t, 


d I- 


Is, 


1. If, 11. 


s, I— Is, 


S| I 


— IS| 


A 


charge 


to 


keep 


I 


have, 


A 


God to 


glo - ri - 


fy; 


A 


Is 


s In 


Is 
Id 


s Ir 


If 

Is, 


n I— 
d I- 


In 
Id 


f Id If 

f, I- If, 


n I— In 
d I— Id 


r I 

s, I 


- It, 


Id 


d I— 


s, I— 


- Is, 


r It| Ir 
s, I- It, 


d Ir 
d I 


1 Is 
- Id 


s Ir 


If 
- Ir 


n Is 


11 
Id 


s In 


If 
Id 


n Id 
d Is, 


Ir 

Is, 


d I- 


t, I- 


d I- 


d I— 


s, I— 


nev - er - 


dy • 


ing 


soul to 


save, 


And 


fit it 


for 


the 


sky. 


t, Ir If 

S| I— 1 IS; 


n Is 


i In 


r Is 


Is 

- it. 


s In 


If 
• Id 


n Is 


11 
If. 


s In 


If 

Is, 


n I— 


d I- 


- Id 


s, I- 


d I- 


d I— 


S| I— 


d I- 



2 To serve the present age, 
My calling to fulfill- 
On ! may it all my powers engage, — 

To do my Master's will. 

3 Arm me with jealous care, 
As in Thy sight to live; 

And, Oh! Thy servant, Lord! prepare 
A strict account to give. 

4 Help me to watch and pray, 
And on Thyself rely; 

Assured, if I my trust betray, 
I shall forever die. 



454 



Charles Weslty, 1762. 



Come and rejoice with me ; 

For once my heart was poor, 
And I have found a treasury 

Of love, a boundless store. 



2 Come and rejoice with me: 
I, who was sick at heart, 

Have met with One who knows my case, 
And knows the healing art. 

3 Come and rejoice with me; 
For I have found a Friend 

Who knows my heart's most secret depths, 
Yet loves me without end. 

4 I knew not of His love, 
And He had loved so long, 

With love so faithful and so deep, 
So tender and so strong! 

5 And now I know it all, 

Have heard and know His voice, 
And hear it still from day to day: 
Can I enough rejoice? 

Elizabeth Charles, 1846. 



>55 


Tamworth. 


8s 7s & 


4- 




Charles Lockhart, 1769. 


Key 
Is .,n 


E. Marcato. 

d 1 I- .s In .d 


r Is, 


Id .n 


1, .f In 


Ir 


d 


D.C. 


I d .,d 


d I- .s In .d 


r Is, 


Is,.s, 


1, .r Id 


It, 


d 


I— 


Guide 
I am 


me,0 Thou great Je- 
weak, but Thou art 


ho - yah ! 
might - y; 


Pilgrim 
Hold me 


through his bar 
with Thy power 


- ren 

- ful 


land ; 
hand; 




In .,d 


pi I- .s In .d 


r Is, 


IS .8 


f .1 Is 


If 


n 


. — 


Id .,d 


d I- .s In .d 


r Is, 


In .d 


f .r Is 


I s. 


d 


I— 


Is .,n 


f .,s 1 1 I r .,f 


n .,f Is 


I d 1 .,s 


1 .f In 


Ir 


d 


I— 


In .,d 


r .,n I f Is, ,,r 


d .,r In 


Id .,d 


d .r Id 


It, 


d 


I— 


Bread of 


beav - en! Bread of 


heav - en! 


Feed me 


till I want 


no 


more. 




Is ..n 


f .,s 11 Ir .,f 


n .,f Is 


IS ..I'l 


f .1 Is 


If 


n 


I — 


In .,d 


r .,n If Is, .,r 


d .,r In 


In .,d 


f .r Is 


Is, 


d 


I— 1 



© 



ortsecra 



Hon, 



2 Open now the crystal Fountain, 
Whence the healing streams do flow; 

Let the fiery cloudy pillar 

Lead me all my journey through: 

Strong Deliverer! 
Be Thou still my Strength and Shield. 

A C 6 Bethany. 6s & 4s. 



3 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside; 

Bear me through the swelling current; 
Land me safe on Canaan's side: 

Songs of praises, 
I will ever give to Thee. 

William Williams , 1771. 
Lowell Mason, 1856. 



Key G. 

n :— :— |r 
s, : — : — if, 

Near - er, 

d :-:-|t, 
d :— :— is, 



:-:d 

:— In, 
my 

:— :d 

:— :i. 



d :-:i, 
i,:-:f. 

God! to 

f :-:d 
fi : — :ii 



m \ — :- 
s,:-:- 

Ev'n 
D.S. Near 

d :— :- 



|r :- 
If. :- 

though 
er, 

It, :- 



:d 

in, 

it 
my 



d :— :— is, 



s :-:-u 
d :-:-|d 

StiU all 

n :— :— |f 
d :— :— id 



:-:d 

:-:s 

:-:d 

my 
\— In 

:— :d 



d :-:i, 
ii : — :ti 

be a 

God! to 

f :-:d 

f,:-:f, 



Hi :- 
If. :- 

Thee; 

Id :- 
If. :- 

|ii :- 
If. :- 

cross 
Thee, 

Id :- 

If. :- 



s :— m |s 

d I— Id |d 

songs shall be, 
"n 
d 



pi I— Is 
d I— Id 



s, I— , 

s, :— ; 

Near 
Pi I — 
d,I- 



s.I— 


Id 


P1l I— 


Is, 


That 
Near 

d :- 


In 


s, I- 


;_ 



Id 
Is, 
er 
Id 
I pi, 

It. 

Is, 

rais 
er 

|r 

Is, 



I— In 
I— Is, 
to 
I— Id 
I — Id, 

I— Ir 

I- Is, 

- eth 
to 

I- If 

I— Is, 



Fine. 



r I— I— I— I— I— v 
s.I— I— I— I— I—/ 
Thee; 

t, 1- 1- 1- :- :- 
s,:-i- 

d 

s, :— :— 1— :— : 

me; 

Thee. 

n :— :—i—i— i 
d, :- :-[-:- : 

D. S. 






s I— I— |1 I— Is 


s I— In 


lr :-: 


d I— I— |d I— Id 


s, :— is, 


Is, I- I 


Near - er, my 


God! to 


Thee. 


n I— I— |f I— In 


r I— Id 


It, :-: 


d I— I— |f, I— Id 


t,I-Id 


|s, I- I 



2 Though like the wanderer, 
The sun gone down, 

Darkness be over me, 

My rest a stone, 
Yet, in my dreams, I'd be 
Nearer, my Godl to Thee, — 

Nearer to Thee. 

3 There let the way appear, 
Steps unto heaven; 

All that Thou send'st to me, 

In mercy given; 
Angels to beckon me 
Nearer, my God! to Thee, — 

Nearer to Thee. 



4 Then, with my waking thoughts 
Bright with Thy praise, 

Out of my stony griefs 

Bethel I'll raise; 
So by my woes to be 
Nearer, my God! to Thee, 

Nearer to Thee. 

5 Or if, on joyful wing, 
Cleaving the sky, 

Sun, moon and stars forgot, 

Upward I fly, 
Still all my song shall be, 
Nearer, my God! to Thee, — 

Nearer to Thee. 

Sarah Flower Adams, 1S40. 



© on&ecv&iiow. 



457 He Leadeth Me. 

Key D. 



:s 

In 
He 
Is 

:d 



n :-.r |d :s 

d I-.8||S| :d 

lead - eth me : Oh 

s l-.t |H In 

d :-.d |d :d 



i :i 

d :d 



L. M. 



:i 
if 



bless - ed thought, Oh 

f :i |i :d> 
f if if :f 



Wm. B. Bradbury, 1864. 



s :-.n |ni :r .d 


n In |r , 


n '.- A |d I s. 


d :d |t, 


words with heav'n-ly 


com -fort fraught, 


d 1 :- .s |s : i .n 


s :s is 


d :- .d |d : d~ 


S| : S| |s, ' 



Is 


PI 


I-.r 


Id 


Is 


1 


If 


Id' 


It.l 


s 


In 


|n .rid ,r 


n 


I-.r |d 


it. 


d 


•~ »S| 


Is, 


Id 


d 


If 


It 


If 


n 


Id 


IdTt.IVt, 


d 


:-.t,|d 


What- 


e'er 


I 


do, 


wher - 


e'er 


I 


be, 


Still 


'tis 


God's 


hand that 


lead 


- eth me. 


'.» 


s 


:-.f 


|PI 


IP) 


f 


11 


|1 


Id' 


d' 


Is 


|1 In 


s 


I-.f |n 


:s, 


d 


:-.d 


Id 


Id 


f 


If 


It 


If 


d 


Id 


Hi :i. 


S| 


I- .s, id 


CHORD 

la 


s. 
s 


Id' 


It 


!r' 


d 1 


It. 


l|s 


11 


s 


In 


|n .rid .r 


n 


In |r 


in 


n 


Id 


|r 


Is 


s 


If 


|n 


If 


n 


Id 


|d~7t,I M, 


d 


Id |t, 


He 


lead 


-eth 


me, 


He 


leac 


-eth 


me, 


By 


His 


own 


hand He 


lead 


- eth me 


.'s 


d 1 


Is 


Is 


It 


d> 


Id 1 


|d' 


Id' 


d' 


Is 


|1 In 


s 


Is |s 


:d 


d 


In 


Is 


If 


n 


If 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id 


Hi Hi 


s. 


Is, |s, 


Is 


s 


Id 1 


It 


Ir 1 


d' 


It . 


1|S 


11 


s 


In 


|n .rid .r 


n 


I- .r |d 


It! 


d 


Id 


|r 


Is 


s 


If 


" In 


If 


n 


Id 


Mi! Mi 


d 


I- .t,|d 


His 


faith 


-fal 


follow - er 


I 


woulc 


be, 


For 


by 


His 


hand He 


lead 


- eth me. 


If 


n 


Is 


Is 


It 


d' 


Id' 


|d' 


Id' 


d' 


Is 


|1 In 


s 


I- .f |n 


Is. 


d 


Ipi 


Is 


If 


pi 


If 


Id 


Id 


d 


Id 


|li 11. 


S| 


I- .s,|d 



2 Sometimes 'mid scenes of deepest gloom, 3 Lord, I would clasp Thy hand in mine, 

Sometimes where Eden's bowers bloom, Nor ever murmur nor repine; 

By waters still, o'er troubled sea, Content, whatever lot I see, 

Still 'tis His hand that leadeth me. Since 'tis my God that leadeth me. 

4 And when my task on earth is done, 
When, by Thy grace, the victory's won, 
E'en death's cold wave I will not flee, 
Since God thro' Jordan leadeth me. 

Jos. H. Gilmore, 1861. 



®ortsectrct£tcm. 



45 8 St. Andrew. 6s & 5s. 

Key EJ2. Lah is C. 



an iPl 


|n 


In 


n 


In 


nad I 1, 


Id 


:Mi 


1. 


.*se. 


Chris- tian, 


dost 


thou 


see 


them 


d'l .d 


in 


Ir.d 


r 


ir 


dl, 11, 


U. 


:ii 


t. 


:t, 



1 

l,.t, 



Is 

In 



How the powers of 



d .r |n 



8 Id 1 |r> 

d Id |s 

Ohris-tian, up 

n Is 1 1 

d In |s 



:s_.d> 

Id" 



I- .s 
I- .s 

and 

I-.r 1 

I-.t 



f I— |n 
n Ir.d|t, 
dark ness 

d 1 It.l |se 
r I— In 



n 1 : 
s ! 

smite 

n 1 : 
d 1 : 



- |d> :- 

- |n I- 

them, 

- Is I- 

- |d I- 



John B. Dykes, i8o3. 



n In 


In 


In 


n I— 




S6| Ise,. 
On the" 
n In 
n. It,. 


lilt, 

ho 

In 

d |r 


Ili.se, 


ii :— 


It, 


• ly 
In 

Id.t, 


ground, 

d I— 


In 


i. :- 


Js, 


n In 


Id 


Ir 


C. t. m. 1. 
ns I — 




d It, 


lli 

steps 
II 


:i. 

a - 
Ir 


l,d I- 


It, 


Rage thy 
1 In 


round? 
t,r I- 




1, Is, 


If. 


:i. 


n,g, I— 




n 1 Ir 1 


Id' 


:i 


s I— 


,_ 


s Is 


Is 


If .n 


r I— 


I — 


Count-ing 
n' It 


gain 
Id' 


buT" 
Id' 


loss; 
V I— 




d> Is 


11 


11 


t I— 





Is 

In 



Id' 
If.s 



the strength that com - 



In'.r'ld' 
:lu |1 



Id^t 

:i.s 



// 
v :— 

1 :— 



|n' 

Is 
eth 
Id' 
Id 




I-.t 


d' I 


:-.f 


n I 


iy 


Cross. 


I-.s 


s I 


I-.s 


d I 



d' 


Id' 


f 


In 


A 


■ men. 


1 


Is 


f 


Id 



2 Christian! dost thou feel them, 

How they work within, 
Striving, tempting, luring, 

Goading into sin? 
Christian! never tremble; 

Never be down-cast; 
Gird thee for the battle, 

Watch and pray and fast. 



3 Christian! dost thou hear them, 

How they speak thee fair ? 
"Always fast and vigil? 

Always watch and prayer?" 
Christian! answer boldly : 

"While I breathe I pray!" 
Peace shall follow battle, 

Night shall end in day. 

Andrew 0/ Crete , c. 720. Tr. J M. Neale, 1862. 



(SoiTsectrciiioTT. 



459 St. Gertrude. 6s & 5s. 



Key F. /Wo. 



s Is |s Is 


s :-.i|s :— 


pi In |n I pi 


f :-|f :- 


Onward,Christian 


sol - diers, 


d : pi is : d 1 


d 1 :- |t :— 


d Id |d : d 


r :— is, :— 



r 


Ir 


Id 


I r 


t, 


:t, 


111 


:t, 


March- 


ing 


is to 


s 


Is 


Is 


Is 


f 


If 


in 


Ir 



PI I- 

d I- 
war, 
s I- 

d :- 



A. S. Sullivan, 1872. 



d I pi |s Id' 

d Id |d Id 
With the cross of 
s Is |s Is 
pi I pi |n In 



d' I- |t 

r I— |r ' 
Je - sus, 

s I-.l |s 

r I— |r 



1 11 In 


lie 


d Id |d 


Id 


So- ing on 


be- 


fe I fe |s 


ll 


r Ir |r 


Ir 



s I- 
t, :- 

fore. 
s I- 
Si I- 



r Ir |s Ir 

t, t, |r It, 

Christ, the roy-al 
s I s |s Is 

s, Is, |t. Is, 



PI 



.fin 



d I-.r |d 

Mas - ter, 
s I— |s 
d I— Id 



s Is |d' Is 
d Id |d Id 

Leads against the 
n I pi |s In 
d Id |n Id 



1 I 

d I- 

foe; 
f I 

f :- 



1 Is |f Is 
d Id |d Id 

For-wardin- to 
f In |f In 
f Id |1, Id 



1 


Is 


If 

Id 


Is 


bat - 


tie, 




f 

r 


In 
Td 


If 
Hi 


In 
Td 



1 Is |f In 
d Id |r Id 

Ses, His ban-ners 
f In |r Ir 

f. :f> If 1 :f> 



f CHORUS. 



d Id |d Id 


d It,.l,|t, Id 


S,IS||S, Is, 


s,I— |s, I— 


Onward, Christia n sol - diers, 


n I n |n In 


f i- if :- 


d I s, [d Is, 


r Is, |r Is, 



r 


Ir 


Ir 


Id.r 


S| 


Is, 


Is, 


Is, 


March - 


ing 


»s to 


f 


If 


If 


If 


t, 


Is, 


It, 


:s, 



s 


Is 


|d' 


It 


n 


In 


If 


If 


With the cross of 
cross of 

d' I— |s I- 


d 


Id 


Ir 


Ir 



n I-l-I- 

s, :- 1- :- 

war, 

war, With the 

n Id In Is 



2 Like a mighty army, 
Moves the Church of God: 

Brothers, we are treading 
Where the saints Lave trod. 

We are not divided, 
All one body we, 

One in hope, in doctrine, 
One in charity. 

3 Crowns and thrones may perish, 
Kingdoms rise and wane, 

But the Church of Jesus 
Constant will remain. 



is 

Id 
sus, 

Is 



f In |r 
d Id |t, 

60-ing on 

1 :-.s|f 

f, Ir, |s, 



d I- I— I— 



d I- 

fore. 



I-:- 



n 1— 
d I— 



Gates of hell can never 

'Gainst that Church prevail: 

We have Christ's own promise, 
And that cannot fail. 

4 Onward, then, ye faithful, 

Join our happy throng 
Blend with ours your voices, 

In the triumph-song: 
Glory, laud, and honor, 

Unto Christ the King: 
This, through countless ages, 

Men and angels sing. 

S. Baring-Gould, i860. 



(Stonsecrcttion. 



460 St. Albans. 6s & 5s. 



F. J. Haydn. 



Key G. Moto. 




n In |r Ir 


d I— 


l*i :— 


d :d it, :t, 


S| I — 


|s, I— 


,For-ward! be our 


watch - 


word, 


s :s |f if 


m I— 


|PI I— 


d :d 1 s, : si 


d I— 


Id I— 


d Id |r Ir 


d :— 


1 • 


s, : m, 1 i, : t, 


d I— 


1— '•— 


Not a look be - 


hind; 




pi :d if :i 


PI I— 


1— :— 


s, :i, if, is. 


d I— 


1 — • — 


f :f |r Ir 


s I— 


|n i— 


i, :i, is, :s. 


s, I— 


|d I— 


Who shall dream 


of shrink-ing, 


r Id |t, It, 


d I— 


|s I— 


r, Ir, |s, If, 


pi, I— 


|pi, I— 


s Is |1 11 


r I— 


1 1 


s, Id |d Id 


ti :— 


|— 5— 


Thro the toil and 


fight: 




n In |n Ir 


s I— 


1— '— 


d Id |f, If, 


s, I— 


1— •— 



s Is 1 11 


r I— 


— 1— 


d Id |d Id 


t. I- 


— :— 


Steps and voi-ces 


joined; 




pi Ipi |r Ir 


s I— 


— i— 


d Id |f, If, 


s, I— 


— 1 — 


s Is ,f If 


PI I- 


ii :— 


d Id |d I ta. 


ta,: s. 


ii :— 


Burns the fier-y 


pil - 


lar 


s In |f If 
n In |p Ir 


s I ta 
de~I~ 


1 Is 
de^ 


r Ir |t, It, 


d I— 


* 


1, 11, Is, Is, 


s, I— 


ii :— 


B7 onr Oap-tain 
f If |r Ir 


led? 
PI I— 


f :— 


f. If, Is, Is, 


d, I- 


— 1 — 


f If [ m In 


r I— 


i.:- 


1, Is, |s, Is, 


i 1 : ii 


s, If, 


Jor-dan flows be- 


fore 


us, 


d Ir | pi Id 


ii :- 


delr 


i, :tfi< :n. 


n, Ir, 



f If |pi In 


r I- |1, 


1, IS| |S| Is, 


1. I- 11. 


Seek the things be- 


fore us, 


d Ir n In 


f I- If 


1, It, |d Id 


f.:-|f. 



f 


If 


II 


11 


i, 


:i. 


lli 


11, 


At 


our ar- 


my's 


f 


If 


\i 


In.r 


r 


Ir 


lii 


If. 



n In |r Ir 

S| IS, I S| Is 

For-ward thro the 
d Id |t, If 
d, In, js, 1 1, 



s, :- 1- :- 

head; 

n I— |r I- 

S t I— I— I- 

d I— |s, I—, 
s, If, |n, If, 



des - ert, 
n If | s If 
d Ir |n Id 



d Id r Ir 


d I— 


n, : pi, : f , 1 f, 


n, I— 


Zi - on beams with 


light. 


n Is, |1, It, 


d I— 


S| • S| S| • S| 


d, I- 



2 Forward, when in childhood 

Buds the infant mind; 
All through youth and manhood, 

Not a thought behind: 
Speed through realms of nature 

Climb the steps of grace; 
Faint not, till in glory 

Gleams our Father's face. 
Forward, all the life-time, 

Climb from height to height: 
Till the head be hoary, 

Till the eve be light. 



I-:- 



3 Far o'er yon horizon 

Rise the city towers, 
Where our God abideth; 

That fair home is ours: 
Flash the streets with jasper, 

Shine the gates with gold: 
Flows the glad'ning river 

Shedding joys untold: 
Weak are earthly praises, 

Dull the songs of night: 
Forward into triumph, 

Forward into light. 

Henry A If or d, 1865. 



©onsecraiton. 



461 


Victoria. 


L 


M. 




1 

KEY Bb. 






/is, 


n In |d 


:d 


r :r 


Is, : i ± 


U 


s. Is, |S, 


Is, 


i. :i, 


s, :si 


< When, 


marshaled on 


the 


night -ly 


plain, The 


is, 


did |d 


;d 


d :d 


It, :r 


u 


d, : d, |pi, 


m. 


f, if, 


Is, : f , 



Henry Laher, 1861. 



d Id |d Ir.n 

si :s, |i, is, 

glitt-'ring host be - 

d :d |d :d 

i'ii in, |f, >i| 



f If |n 

i\ :s> Is, ) 

stud the sky,> 

1, :t, |d 

r, :r, • |d, ) 



F. t. 

One 
'M 

:d,f, 



s :-.s is :d 

t, :t, |d :d 

star a - lone of 

s Is |s Is 

1 if |m : n 



:f 

:d 

the 

:i 
ir 



If :i 

It, :t, 

train, Oan 

If :f 
Ir :r 



:- .s |s :d 
:r |d :d 
the sin - ner's 
: f |n : fe 
:t, id :i, 



f. Bb. 
n '. r |ds, : 

d :t, |d S| :-., 

wand-'ring eye: 
S If |nt| '.-.) 

s, :s, |ds, :-'.j 



Mar cat o 
• S, 



\.s, 
■Hark 

.., 

Ls, 



s, . s, 

s, :s, 

! hark! to 

S| :si 
s, is, 



is, 

|S| 

God 

Is, 

Is, 



.- .s, 

:- .S| 

the 

:-.s, 
:-.s, 



t. 


:d 


|r :- .s, 


s. 


:si 


Is, :-.s, 


cho 


- rus 


breaks, Prom 


r 


In 


If :-.s, 


s. 


:s, 


Is, :- .s, 



s, :s, 

s, :s, 

ev - ery 

S| Is, 

s, :s. 



Is, .- .s, 

Is, :- .s, 

host, from 

Is, :-.s, 
Is, :- .s, 



.n 

:s, 

ery 

:d 
Is, 



• :;:) 

But/ 

:-.s, 



n :n 


|d Id 


r Ir 1 s ( I-.S| 


d 


I-.d|d Id 


n I— 


1- ir 


d I- 1 


S| Is, 


Is, Is, 


1, 11, |s, I-.s, 


s. 


I-.s,|s, Ife, 


s, I— 


1- If, 


Pi, I- 1 


one a 


■ lone the 


Sav-iour speaks: — It 


is 


the Star of 


BlTH 


LE - 


HEM. 


d id 


|d Id 


d Id |t, I-.t, 


d 


I-.d|d Id 


d I— 


1- It, 


d I- | 


d, Id, 


|n. In, 


fi Ifi Is, I-.f, 


i'ii 


I-.n,|l, 11, 


s, I- 


1- Is, 


d, I- 1 



2 Once on the raging seas I rode; 

The storm was loud, the night was dark ; 
The ocean yawned, and rudely Mowed 

The wind, that tossed my foundering bark : 
Deep horror then my vitals froze; 

Death-struck, I ceased the tide to stem; 
When suddenly a star arose; — 

It was the Star of Bethlehem. 



3 It was my guide, my light, my all; 

It bade my dark forebodings cease; 
And, thro the storm, and danger's thrall, 

It led me to the port of peace: 
Now, safely moored, my peril's o'er, 

I'll sing, first in night's diadem, 
For ever and for evermore, 

The Star — the Star of Bethlehem! 

Henry Kirke White, 1804. 



462 



© 



onstccration 



Hi 



Arm these Thy soldiers, mighty Lord, 
With shield of faith and Spirit's sword; 
Forth to the battle may they go, 
And boldly fight against the foe. 
With banner of the cross unfuii'd, 
And by it overcome the world; 
And so at last receive from Thee 
The palm and crown of victory. 

J.6 3 Siloam. c. m. 



Key D. 



Id^r 
,011! 
s 
Id 



s .— .n 



pi I— 
for 

d' I— 
d I— 



1 .— :s 

f I— I pi 



heart 
d' I- 
d I— 



pi I— Id.pi 

d :— :T 

praise my 

s I — Is 

d I— Ipi.d 



2 Come, ever blessed Spirit, come, 
And make Thy servant's heart Thy home; 
May each a living temple be, 
Hallow'd for ever, Lord, to Thee; 
Enrich that temple's holy shrine 
With sevenfold gifts of grace divine; 
With wisdom, light, and knowledge bless, 
Strength, counsel, fear, and godliness. 

Christopher Wordsworth, 1862. 
I. B. Woodbury, 1842. 



r 


pi Is In 


r If 
tTTr 

sin 

s I— 
s, I— 


Ir 

:t, 

set 
I s 
Is, 


PI I 


t. 


d 1 11 Id 


d I 


A 
s 

S| 


heart from 
s I d 1 I s 
d I— Id 


free 
s I 
d I 



t II 



heart 



I_f In 

that 



Id 



PI 
d 
al 

d : 



Ir .pi 

ways 



f I— IP) 

r I— Id 

feels Thy 

Si I I S| 



2 A heart resigned, submissive, meek, 
My dear Redeemer's throne; 

Where only Christ is heard to speak, 
Where Jesus reigns alone! — 

3 An humble lowly contrite heart, 
Believing, true, and clean, 

Which neither life nor death can part 
From Him that dwells within 1 — 

4 A heart in every thought renewed, 
And filled with love divine; 

Perfect, and right, and pure, and good; 
A copy, Lord! of Thine. 

5 Thy nature, gracious Lord! impart; 
Come quickly from above; 

Write Thy new name upon my heart, — 
Thy new, best name of Love. 

Charles Wesley, 1742. 



r I— Ipi.,f 

t, I- Id^r 

blood So 

I I s 



s . 

PI I 
free 
d' I 



464 



Id d I— If 



pi I- 
d I 

spilt 
s I 
s I 



Ir 


PI I — 


:t, 


d I— 


for 


me! — 


Is 


s I— 


Is, 


d I— 



Oh! may my heart, by grace renewed, 
Be my Redeemer's throne; 
And be my stubborn will subdued, 
His government to own. 

'2 Let deep repentance, faith, and love, 

Be joined with godly fear: 
And all my conversation prove 
My heart to be sincere. 

3 Preserve me from the snares of sin, 
Through my remaining clays ; 

And in me let each virtue shine 
To my Redeemer's praise. 

4 Let lively hope my soul inspire; 
Let warm affections rise; 

And may I wait with strong desire, 
To mount above the skies! 

John Fawcett, 1782. 



46 c Diman. l. m. 



J. E. SWEETSER, 1870. (?) 



Key G. 



s, '.— |d :n 


s, :— 


1- 


:pi 


r :i, 


t, :s, 


d :- 


- 1— : 


m 


:— 


If n 


pii I— |n, Is, 


pi, :— 


1— :». 


fe,:- 


ii :- 


n, :- 1-: 


d :— 


|d :d 


Oh, deem not 

s, :— is, :s, 


they 

s, 1— 


are 

l-:d 


blest 

1, :r 


a 


lone, 

d :- 1-: 


Whose 

s :— 


lives a 

11 :f 


d, :- Id, Id, 


d, :- 


l-:d, 


r, :- 


s, :— 


d, :- 1-: 


d :— 


|d :d 


s :— |n :— 
d :— id :— 


r Is 


|i :r 

Id :- 


s :- 
t, :- 


— : 


1 :— |r :i 
t. :- It, :t, 


s :— 
d :— 


|s, :n 


t. :- 


Is, :- 


peace - M 

ni I— 1 s :— 


ten 

s :— 


or 

|fe :- 


keep, 

s :- 


-: 


For God, who 

f :- if :f 


pit 

n :— 


ies, 

|n :- 


d :— id :— 


r :— 


|r, :- 


b, :- 


-: 


s, :— is, :s, 


d :— 


Id, :- 


r ; — J 1 , : n 




• 


s, :- 


- |d In 


s, :- 1- 


— In 


r 11. 1 1. :s, 


d 


■-I-: 


fe ,: — 1 fe ,: — 


f. :-]- 


'. 


s, :- 


-I"! ^s. 


n, :— 1- 


-:s, 


fe,: — 1 f, :- 


pi, 


:-l-: 


man, hath 

i.:-|d :- 


shown 

t, :-|- 


1 


A 

d :- 


blessing 
-|s t Is, 


for 

d :-i- 


the 

-:d 


eyes that 

li *.r |r :t, 


weep. 

d :-i-: 


r, :— |p, :— 


S| 


'— \— 


I 


n, :- 


- ■ ,d, :d, 


d, :- 1 


-:d, 


r, :— |s, : 


— 


d, 


— 1—: 



466 



2 The light of smiles shall fill again 
The lids that overflow with tears; 

And weary hours of woe and pain 
Are promises of happy years. 

3 There is a day of sunny rest 

For every dark and troubled night; 

And grief may bide an evening guest. 

But joy shall come with early light. 

4 Nor let the good man's trust depart, 
Though life its common gift deny; 

Though with a pierced and broken heart, 
And spurned of men, he goes to die. 

5 For God has marked each sorrowing day 
And numbered every secret tear, 

A nd heaven's long age of bliss shall pay, 
For all His children suffered here. 

William Cullen Bryant, 1820. 



If life in sorrow must be spent, 
So be it; I am well content; 
And meekly wait my last remove, 
Desiring only trustful love. 

2 No bliss I'll seek, but to fulfil 
In life, in death, Thy perfect will; 
No succor in my woes I want, 

But what my Lord is pleased to grant. 

3 Our days are numbered ; let us spare 
Our anxious hearts a needless care; 
'Tis Thine to number out our days; 
'Tis ours to give them to Thy praise. 

4 Faith is our only business here — 
Faith, simple, constant, and sincere; 
Oh, blessed days Thy servants see! 
Thus spent, Lord! in pleasing Thee. 

Tr. Wm. Cotvper, 1782. 



4 6 7 



^£>uhmi&&xon. 



Friend of the friendless and the faiut! 
Where shall I lodge ray deep complaint? 
Where, but with Thee, whose open door 
Invites the helpless and the poor? 

2 Did ever mourner plead with Thee, 
And Thou refuse that mourner's plea ? 
Does not the word still fixed remain, 
That none shall seek Thy face in vain? 



3 That were a grief I could not bear, 
Didst Thou not hear and answer prayer; 
But a prayer-hearing, answering God 
Supports me under every load. 

4 Poor though I am, despised, forgot, 
Yet God, my God, forgets me not; 
And he is safe, and must succeed, 

For whom the Lord vouchsafes to plead. 

William Coivper, in?* 



46* 


$ 


Baxter. 


6s. 














U. C. BURNAP, 1868. 


Key E>. 














/id 


n Ir |f 
d Id d 

way, not mine, 


In 
Id 




1 I— |s 




Id 1 
Id 

How - 


t 
f 

ev 


11 

In 

- er 


Is 
Ir 
dark 


I-.f 

:-.t, 

it 


n I— I - 


lid 


re I— |n 


d I- |- 


<Thy 


Lord, 


be, 


r.n 


s If |1 
d Id |d 


Is 
Id 


fe I— |s 




Is 

In 


s 
r 


I s 
Id 


Is 

It, 


I- .s 

I- .S| 


s I— |— 


\:d 


d I— |- 


d I— |- 


/ " n 


n In |f 


I- .n 


1 I— 1— 


In 


n 


If 


Id 


Ir 


n I— |— 


lid 


r Ir |r 


I-.t, 


n I— |— 


Id 


d 


Id 


Id 


It, 


ti I— 1- 


(Lead 


me by Thine 


own 


hand, 


Choose 


out 


the 


path 


for 


me. 


/is 


se 1 1 |se 


I- .se 


1 I— 1— 


11 


1 


11 


|1 


11 


se I— |— 


\:d 


t, I se, |n, 


I- .r 


d I— 1— 


Id 


f 


If 


If 


If 


n I— |— 


/ In 


s Is |1 
did |d 


I- .s 
I-.d 


s I— |fe 




I r 

Id 


f 

d 


If 

Ir 


Is 
|r 


I-.f 

I-.t, 


n I— |— 


\ :t| 


d I— |- 


d I— |- 


< Smooth 


let it be 


or 


rough, 


It 


will 


be 


still 


the 


best; 


/Ise 


sis |s 


I- .s 


I I— 1— 


11 


1 


I la 


Is 


I- .s 


s I— |— 


\ In 


n In |na 


I- .na 


r I — | — 


Ir 


r 


Id 


It, 


I-.s, 


d I— |- 


/Is 


s :d' js in 


f I- |- 11 


r 


In 


If 


It, 


d I- 


- 1- 


d Id 


\:t, 


d id |d Id 


d I— |- Id 


d 


Id 


Id 


Is, 


s, I- 


- 1- 


1, Is, 


/Wind 


-ing or straight, it 


leads Right 


on 


- ward 


to 


Thy 


rest. 




A - men. 


ki 


s In |s I ta 


1 I- |- If 


I 


11 


11 


If 


n I- 


- 1- 


1 In 


\Ir 


n 


Id |n Is 


f I 


- 1- If. 


f 


In 


Ir 


Is, 


d I- 


- 1- 




f, Id 



2 I dare not choose my lot; 

I would not, if I might; 
Choose Thou for me, my God; 

So shall I walk aright. 
Take Thou my cup, and it 

With joy or sorrow fill, 
As best to Thee may seem, 

Choose Thou my good and ill. 



3 Choose Thou for me my friends, 

My sickness or my health ; 
Choose Thou my cares for me, 

My poverty or wealth. 
Not mine, not mine the choice, 

In things or great or small; 
Be Thou my guide, my strength, 

My wisdom, and my all. 

Tr. Horatius Bonar^ 1856. 



£>ub 



mission. 



469 Jewett. 6s. 



Carl Maria von Weber, 1820. 



Key Et>. 



s :— |pi id 


.pi 


r I-.f,n|r 


I 


pi I— \i 


1 Ipi.s 


s I-.l 


i |n I 


d 1 I 


- 11 If.l 


n :— |d Id 


t. I.r,d|t, I 


d I— |s, Id.n 


n I-.r |d I 


d If |f.dld.f 


My Je - sus, 
s I— |d'. sin. s 


as Thou wilt: 
s I-.s|s I 


Oh may Thy 
s I— |n Is 


will be mine; 
s It |d> I 


In - to Thy 
1 I- Id.fU.d 1 


d I- |d Id 


s, I-.s, |s, I 


d I— |d Id 


s, I-.s,|d I 


d I- |d Id 


s I-.s |m Id. pi 

ni I-.pi |d Id 


s.flr |f.pild 
n.rl t , |r.dld 


r I— |— Is 


s I— |n Id. pi 
n I— |d I~d~ 


r I-.f,n|r I 


t, I- 1- I 


t. I .r,d|t, I 


hand of love I 
d 1 I-.s |s In.s 


would my all re - 
s I s |s Xfe 


sign. 

s I- |- I 


Through sor - row 
s I— |d'. sis 


or through joy, 
S I-.S |S I 


d I-.d|d Id 


s, IS| id Id. 1, 


s. I— 1— I 


d I- |d In.d 


S, I-.S,|S| I 


pi I— |d In.s 


s I-.se|l I 


d 1 :— 11 if.i 


rit. 

s I-.s|pi Id. pi 


s.,d In |— Ir 


d I- 1- I 


d I— |S|.dId.Pi 


pi I-.n jf I 


d I— |f .did. f 


pi I-.pi|d Id 


n.,d Id|— It, 


dl-l-I 


Con - duct me 
s I— |n Is.ta 


as Thine own, 
tal.ta|l I 


And help me 
1 I— Id.fll.d' 


still to say, my 
d 1 I-.s|s Is 


Lord, thy will be 
d'.,n Is |— I f 


done. 

n I-l-I 


d I-|d Id 


d 


I .d |f, I 


i. :- 


-If. :f. 


d I-.d|d In.dj 


S|.,S,IS, |- 


-Is, 


dl-l-i 



2 My Jesus! as Thou wilt! 

Though seen through many a tear. 
Let not my star of hope 

Grow dim or disappear: 
Since Thou on earth hast wept, 

And sorrowed oft alone, 
If I must weep with Thee, 

My Lord! Thy will be done! 



470 Manchester, c. M. 

Kby Ek 



fid 

lid 


fin 



n 


I- 


- Ir 


d 


I— 


- Iti 


Thou 


whose 


s 


I- 


- If 


d 


J— 


- Is, 



d I— JM 

d I— Id 

bonn - ty 



n 



Is 



1 Is If 



d In Ir 



fills my 
1 Id 1 Is 
f Is Is, 



3 My Jesus! as Thou wilt! 

All shall be well for me; 
Bach changing future scene 

I gladly trust with Thee: 
Straight to my home above 

I travel calmly on, 
And sing, in life or death, — 

My Lord! Thy will be done! 

Ger., Benjamin Schmolke, 171 6. 
Tr . , JancBortkiuick , 1854. 



R. Wainwright, 1774. (?) 



f In Id 1 

d I— In 
cup With 
s I— Is 



s 



f In 



r I— Id 

ev - 'ry 
s I— Is 



1 It Id'.pi 



d Ir In.d 



bless - 
l.slf 



ing 



Id t, I— Id f.nlr Id s, I— 



n Ir 



d It, 



meet! 
S I— 



^yuhmi^&ion. 



:r.n 

i 


f :— m 
d :r Id 

give Thee 


1 :— :s 
d :— :d 

thanks for 


s :i :n 
rT- :d 

ey - 'ry 


rTt, 

drop, 


:t 

*r 

The 


d 1 :i 

a :ti 

bit - 


'pi 

:d 

ter 


s.f'n Ir 

FTd :t, 

and the 


d :— 
d :— 

sweet. 


Is 


d 1 :s :s 


f :— :s 


s :— :s 


s :— 


's 


s :— 


:s 


i :s :t 


pi :— 


:s, 


lTTt, :d 


t :— m 


t, :- :d 


si :— 


:s.f 


pi "r 


:d 


f, :s, :s. 


d :— 



2 I praise Thee for the desert road, 
And for the river-side, 

For all Thy goodness hath bestowed, 
And all Thy grace denied. 

3 I thank Thee both for smile and frown, 
And for the gain and loss; 

47 I Troyte's Chant. 

KEY ~Efy. 

PI 
d 

My God and Father, 
s 
d 



I praise Thee for the future crown, 

And for the present cross. 
4 I bless Thee for the glad increase, 

And for the waning joy; 
And for this strange, this settled peace, 

Which nothing can destroy. 

Jane Fox Crewdson, i860. 
A. H. D. Troyte, 1857. 



PI 

d 

Oh teach me from my 
s 
d 



pi :f 
d :d 

while I 

s :f 
d :i, 

n :r 

d :t, 

heart to 

s :f 

d :s. 



s 

d : 

stray, 

pi : 
n, : 



f 

tl 

Far from my home, on 
s 
r 
r 
1, 
"Thy 
f 

fi 



pi .r 

d :t, 

life's rough 

s :s 
d :s. 



n 
d 

wsy, 

s 

d 



d :t, 


d :— 


f 


:n 




s, :s. 


si :— 


d 


:d 




will be 


done." 


A 


- men. 




pi *r 


pi ;— 


1 


Is 




s, :s, 


d :— 


fi 


:d 





2 Though dark my path, and | sad my | lot, 
Let me be still and | murmur | not, 

And breathe the prayer di- 1 vinely | taught 
"Thy I will be I done." 

3 If Thou shouldst call me | to re- 1 sign 
What most I prize — it | ne'er was | mine; 
I only yield Thee | what was | Thine — 

"Thy I will be I done." 

4 Renew my will from | day to | day, 
Blend it with Thine, and | take a-|way 
All that now makes it | hard to | say, 

"Thy I will be I done." 

5 Let but my fainting | heart be | blest 
With Thy sweet Spirit | for its | Guest, 
My God, to Thee 1 1 leave the | rest; 

" Thy I will be I done." Amen. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1834 



472 

God of my life! Thy | boundless | grace; 



me; 



place, 



Chose, pardoned, and a- [ dopted 
My Rest, my Home, my | Dwelling 
Father ! 1 1 come to | Thee. 

2 Jesus, my Hope, my | Rock, my | Shield! 
Whose precious blood was | shed for | me, 

Into Thy hands my | soul 1 1 yield; 
Saviour ! 1 1 come to | Thee. 

3 Spirit of glory | and of | God 1 

Long hast thou deigned my | guide to | he; 
Now, be Thy comfort | sweet be- 1 stowed! 
My God ! 1 1 come to | Thee. 

4 I come to join that | countless | host, 
Who praise Thy name un- 1 ceasing- 1 ly ; 

Bless'd Father, Son, and | Holy | Ghost! 
Mv God ! 1 1 come to | Thee. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1841. 



^Submission. 



473 Mercy. 

Key Bb. 



7s. 



L. M. Gottschalk, 1854, ad. by H., 1865. 



s, :-:i, 


S| :d In 


n :— :r 


ri, :— Irei 


pi, : s, : s. 


s, :-:f, 


Day by 


day the 


man - na 


d : s, :fe, 


s, In : d 


t, :-:t, 


d, :- : d, 


d, :— :d, 


s, :— :se ( 



s, :— im 

n, :— Ire, 
Still by 
d I s,:fe, 
dT^d, 



S| : d : m 
mi : s, : s, 

con- stant 

s, : n : d 
dLT-Id 



n :— If. pi 

se,:— :sei 

mer - cy 

r :-:t, 

t| I ri| Iri| 



d 
n, 

fell 

d 
1, 

n 

l, 

fed 

d 

1, 



Pi, 



2 " Day by day," the promise reads, 
Daily strength for daily needs; 
Cast foreboding fears away, 

Take the manna of to-day. 

3 Lord, our times are in Thy hand; 
All our sanguine hopes have plann'd 
To Thy -wisdom we resign, 

And would mould our wills to Thine. 

4 Thou our daily task shalt give; 
Day by day to Thee we live; 

So shall added years fulfil 
Not our own, our Father's will. 

Josiah Conder, 1836. 

474 

Wait, my soul! upon the Lord, 
To His gracious promise flee, 

Laying hold upon His word, — 

" As thy days, thy strength shall be." 

2 If the sorrows of thy case 
Seem peculiar still to thee, 

God has promised needful grace; 

" As thy days thy strength shall be." 

3 Days of trial, days of grief, 
In succession thou mayest see; 

This is still thy sweet relief, — 

" As thy days thy strength shall be." 



d :t, :d 


d : s : pi 


r :— :n.r 


feil — :fei 


S| :— : s. 


fe,: — :fe, 


Oh, to 


learn this 


les - son 


r ".— Ire 


pi '.— '.i 


d :— :d.i, 


i, :— :u, 


s, :— : s, 


ii :-:r, 



d :t,:i, 

reil— : rei 
Give us 

1, :t,:d 



fe,: — Ife, 



S| If in 

pii : s, : s. 



Lord, our 

d :r :d 

s7T"t,:d 



PI 


:— 


.* r 


S| 


:— 


:f. 


dai - 


ly 


d 


:t, 


:t, 


B| 


1 — 


:s 2 



well! 

t.:- 

s,:— 

d :— 

pii :— 

bread 

d :— 
d,:- 



4 Rock of ages! I'm secure, 
With Thy promise, full and free, 

Faithful, positive, and sure, — 

" As thy days thy strength shall be." 

William F. Lloyd, 1831. 



475 



Thixe for ever — God of love! 
Hear us from Thy throne above; 
Thine for ever may we be, 
Here and in eternity. 

2 Thine for ever — Lord of life! 
Shield us through the earthly strife; 
Thou, the Life, the Truth, the Way, 
Guide us to the realms of day. 

3 Thine for ever — Oh ! how bless'd 
They who find in Thee their rest; 
Saviour, Guardian, heavenly Friend! 
Oh! defend us to the end. 

Mary F. Maude, 1848. 



476 



Cast thy burden on the Lord. 
Only lean upon His word; 
Thou wilt soon have cause to bless 
His eternal faithfulness. 

2 He sustains thee by His hand, 
He enables thee to stand; 
Those, whom Jesus once hath loved, 
From His grace are never moved. 

John Cennick, 1745 



£>ub 



mission. 



477 



St. Bede. c. m. 



John B. Dykes, 1866. 



Key Ei2. 
s 
t, 

ther, 

r 

S| 



:d 


.n 


:d" 




Fa 


- 


:s 


.pi 


In 


!d 



pi 


.— 


t. 


• 


me; 




se 


I— 


n 


l ~ 


pi 


is, 


S| 


is. 


do 


not 


d 


In 


S| 


is, 



.s 1 :t 

.t,|d :r 

I know that 
.1 |f If 

.s, is, :s, 

- mi, 

- : df,.g , 

The 
Isede 

mil 



III 

fear 
It, 

is, 



: ii .t , 
:ii 

to 

I d .r 
Is, 



:d> 
:d 

my 

:f 



i, :f 

chang - es 
r Ir 



f. Efe 
ds 

n.t, 

see; 

ds 

ds 



Id 

life 

Is 
Is, 



II 
Id 

is 

:i 
if. 



|pi Ir 
se,.pi, :ba,.se 
that will 

| t, .se ,:i, .t, 

|n, 



.nil 



Is 


s 


It, .d 

I 


t, 

ask 


Ir .pi 
Is, 


f 
s, 



r 
d 

por 
1 



d 

li 

sure 
d 

I. 



In 
Id 

tion'd 

:i 

In 



Id 

Is, 

iy 
Id 

In. 



.s 
• t, 
Thee 
.f 
.8, 



If 

Id 
out 

II 
If 

Id 

11. 

come 

Id 

|fi 

II 
Id 
for 

If 
Is, 



If , 

Ir^d 

for 

•a_a\ 

Ir / 

Ir 

II. 

I 

Id 

If, 

It 
Ir 

a 

:t 



d> Id 1 

d Id 

pres - ent 

Pi If 

li II, 



|n 

Id 

mind, 
Is 
Is, 



II 

Id 

In 

:i 

if. 



d 


Ir .pi |f 


In .r 


d 


d 


Id - |t, 


it7~ 


d 


tent 


on pleas • 


ing 


Thee 


PI 


If .n |r .1 


Is .f 


n 


s. 


Is, |s, 


Is, 


d 



2 1 would not have the restless will 
That hurries to and fro, 

Seeking for some great thing to do, 

Or secret thing to know: 
I would be treated as a child, 

And guided where I go. 

3 And if some things I do not ask 
Among my blessings be, 

I'd have my spirit filled the more 
With grateful love to Thee; 

More careful, not to serve Thee much, 
But please Thee perfectly. 



4 Briars and thorns beset my path 
That call for patient care; 

There \s a cross in every lot, 
And earnest need for prayer; 

But lowly hearts, that lean on Thee, 
Are happy anywhere. 

5 In service which Thy will appoints 
There are no bonds for me; 

My inmost heart is taught the truth 
That makes Thy children free; 

A life of self-renouncing love 
Is one of liberty. 

Anna Laetitia Waring, 1850, alt. 



,-£>ufe 



mission. 



478 Peace. 

Key E[2. 



S. M. 



Alhx. E. Fesca 



.PI 

:d 

"My 
Is 

:d 



:f 

My 

:s 
:t, 



n 
d 

times 

s 

d 

pi 
d 

life, 

s 

d 



.PI s 


:f 


pi 


.d |d 


It 


t, 


are in 


Thy 


hand 


.8 S 


:i 


s 


•d|Pi| 


S| 



.1') s 


:d> 


.d|t, 


Id 


my sonl, 


my 


.8 |f 


Is.se 


.d|r 


:pi 



— r 



In 

T- :*i 

My 

- if :t 

- 1- :s, 



.se|t^l :f_£ 

• d |d~ :r7l, 

I leave En - 

.1 11 :Lf 

• f if :fi- 



d 

i. 

God! 
PI 

1. 

s 
d 

tire 
PI 

Si 



- .d |r It 


r Is 


He 


-.l,ld Id 


t, :- 


Id 


I wish them 


there: 




-.n|fe Ife 


s :— 


1 
1 — 


- -i,ii. :r 


s, :— 


1, 



.d |n 

.s,|t, 

ly to 
.pi s 
-s, Is, 



lr 


d 


:ti 


d 


Thy 

:f 


care 
P) 


:s. 


d 



2 " My times are in Thy hand," 
Whatever they may be; 

Pleasing or painful, dark or bright, 
As best may seem to Thee. 

3 " My times are in Thy hand," 
Why should I doubt or fear ? 

My Father's hand will never cause 
His child a needless tear. 

4 " My times are in Thy hand;" 
I'll always trust in Thee, 

Till I possess the promised laud, 
Aud all Thy glory see. 

William F. Lloyd, 1S35. 



4 Leave to His sovereign sway, 
To choose, and to command; 

So slialt thou wondering, own His way 
How wise, how strong His hand ! 

Ger. , Paul Gerkardt, 1666. 
T^r, John Wesley, 1739. 



480 



479 



Commit thou all thy griefs 

And ways into His hands, 
To His sure truth and tender care, 

Who earth and heaven commands. 

2 Give to the winds thy fears; 

Hope, and be undismayed; 
God hears thy sighs and counts thy tears, 

God shall lift up thy head. 



3 Through waves 



and clouds. 
He gently clears thy way; 
Wait thou His time; so shall this night 
Soon end in joyous day. 



Rest for the toiling hand, 
Rest for the anxious brow, 

Rest for the weary, way-worn feet, 
Rest from all labor now; — 

2 Rest for the fevered brain, 
Rest for the throbbing eye; 

Thro' these parched lips of thine no more 
Shall pass the moan or sigh. 

3 Soon shall the trump of God 
Give out the welcome sound. 

That shakes thy silent chamber-walls, 
And breaks the sealed ground. 

4 Ye dwellers in the dust, 
Awake! come forth and sing; 

Sharp has your frost of winter been, 
But bright shall be your spriug. 

and storms, 5 'T was sown in weakness here: 
'T will then be raised in power; 
That which was sown an earthly seed, 
Shall rise a heavenly flower! 

H. Bonar, 1857. 



^>ub 



J.8l Gorton, s.m. 



Key A. 








•S| 


S, IS| 


Hi 


:i. 


s, I 


:«i 


I'll Is, 


If. 


:fi 


pi, I 


My 


soul ! re 


■ peat 


His 


praise 


:d 


d Id 


Id 


Id 


d I 


Id, 


d, In, 


If. 


:i. 


d I 



Ir 

i,Whose 

':t, 
:s, 



pi In 

S, IS| 

an - ger 

d Id 

d. In, 



Id 
|li 
is 
Id 

If, 



Id 

:f. 

so 
Id 

:ii 



r Ir 

f, :«. 

slow to 
d.l.It, 
s. Is, 



mx&sxoix. 



I- :s, 

I- :f, 

Whose 

I- :r 

I- :t, 

Id Id 

|pi, In,.fe 

rise, So 

|d Idj- 

li, :ii 







L. van Beethoven. 


s, Is, 


Id 


Id 


r I— |— 


pi, I s, 


Is, 


lie, 


S| I— |— 


mer - cies 


are 


so 


great ; 


d Ir 


Id 


Id 


t, I- |- 


d It, 


U, 


:ii 


s, I— [ — 


d Id « 


Id 


It, 


d I— 1— 


s, Is, 


Is, 


Is, 


s, I— 1 — 


read - y 


to 


a - 


bate. 


n Ina 


Ir 


Ir 


Pi I— |— 


s, Is, 


Is, 


i Sl 


d, I- 1- 



2 God will not always chide; 
And, when His strokes are felt, 

His strokes are fewer than our crim 
And lighter than our guilt. 

3 High as the heavens arc raised 
Above the ground we tread, 

So far the riches of His grace 
Our highest thought exceed. 

4 His power subdues our sins, 
And His forgiving love, 

Far as the east is from the west, 
Doth all our guilt remove. 

Isaac IVatts, 1719. 



482 



4 T know Thy will is right, 
Though it may seem severe; 

Thy path is still unsullied light, 
Though dark it may appear. 

5 Jesus for me hath died; 

Thy Son Thou didst not spare; 
His pierce'd hands, His bleeding side, 
Thy love for me declare. 

6 Here my poor heart can rest; 
My God! it cleaves to Thee 

Thy will is Love; Thine end is bless'd; 
All work for good to me. 

James George Deck, 1843. 



483 



It is Thy hand, my God! 
My sorrow comes from Thee: 

1 bow beneath Thy chastening rod, 
Tis love that bruises me, 

2 I would not murmur, Lord! 
Before Thee I am dumb; 

Lest I should breathe one murm'ring word, 
To Thee for help I come. 

3 My God! Thy name is Love; 
A Fathers hand is Thine; 

With tearful eyes I look above, 
And cry, "Thy will be mine!" 



Jesus, who knows full well 
The heart of every saint, 
Invites us all our grief to tell, 
To pray and never faint. 

2 Jesus, the Lord, will hear 
His chosen when they cry; 

Yes, though He may awhile forbear, 
He'll help them from on high. 

3 Then let us earnest cry, 

And never faint in prayer; 
He sees, He hears, and, from on high, 
Will make our cause His care. 

John Ne-titon, 1779, a. 



^>uhmi&&iorx. 



484 



Lucius, c. m. 



George Kingsley, 1853. 



KeyC. 



:s 


s .in Id 1 


:t 


t .1 :i 


:i 


r .r Is 


If 


n 


In 


m .d In 


:s 


s .i :i 


if 


t,.t. In 


Ir 


d 




:d' 


Thou, who dri'st 

d 1 .s :s 


the 

:d> 


mourner's tear! 
d' .d 1 Id' 


How 

:d< 


dark this worl^ 

t .s :s 


would 
Is 


be, 
s 


:d 


d .d :d 


:a 


f .f :f 


:f 


s .s :s. 


Is, 


d 


:s 


s .pi :d' 


:t 


t .1 if 


Ir' 


d 1 .s In' 


Ir' 


d 1 


:m 


n .d :n 


is 


s a :i 


:f 


n .n Is 


If 


m 


If, 
:d> 


when deceived 

d 1 .s :s 


and 

:d' 


wounded here, 
d 1 .d 1 :r' 


We 

:i 


could not fly 
s .d 1 :d> 


to 

:t 


Thee! 
d> 


:d 


d .d :d 


:m 


f .f Ir 


:f 


S .8 IS 


• S| 


d 



2 The friends who in our sunshine live, 
When winter comes, are flown; 

And he, who has but tears to give, 
Must weep those tears alone. 

3 Oh I who would bear life's stormy doom, 
Did not Thy wing of love 

Come, brightly wafting, thro the gloom, 
Our peace-branch from above? 

4 Then sorrow, touched by Thee, grows 
With more than rapture's ray; [bright, 

As darkness shows us worlds of light 
We never saw by day. 

Thomas Moore, 1816. 



486 



485 



I love to kiss each print where Thou 
Hast set Thine unseen feet: 

1 cannot fear Thee, blessed Will, 
Thine empire is so sweet. 

2 I have no cares, O blessed Will, 
For all my cares are Thine; 

I live in triumph, Lord, for Thou 
Hast made Thy triumphs mine. 

3 111 that He blesses is our good, 
And unblest good is ill; 

And all is right that seems most wrong, 
If it be His sweet will. 

F. W. Faber, 1849. 



If Christ is mine, then all is mine, 
And more than angels know; 

Both present things and things to come, 
And grace and glory too. 

# 2 If He is mine, let friends forsake, 
And earthly comforts flee: 
He, the Dispenser of all good, 
Is more than these to me. 

3 Let Jesus tell me He is mine; 

I nothing want beside : 
My soul shall at the Fountain live, 

When all the streams are dried. 

Benjamin Beddome , 1776. 



487 



Whate'er my God ordains is right; 

His will is ever just ; 
Howe'er He orders now my cause, 

I will be still and trust. 

2 Whate'er my God ordains is right; 
Though I the cup must drink 

That bitter seems to my faint heart, 
I will not fear nor shrink; 

3 Whate'er my God ordains is right; 
My Light, my Life is He, 

Who cannot will me aught but good; 
I trust Him utterly. 

Fr. 5. Rodigast, 1675. 
Tr. , Catherine Winkworth, 1858, alt. 



^yubmi&&ior\. 



488 Comfort. iis& 10s. 



KEY F. 

d :— |d :r 

s, :— id :t, 

Come un - to 
n :— |s Is 
d I— In :r 



If :t, 

l*i ise, 

the sad 

|se In 

|Pli In, 

11 :t 

If it 

ing for 

Id 1 IS 

If :r 

|s If 

It, Ir 

uu - to 

Is Is 



n I— 

t. :- 

When 

se I— 

n, I— 

C. t. 

rS I— 

s,d I— 

Seek - 

sd> I— 

t,n I— 

f. F. 
d's I — 

Pit, I— 
Come 
d>s I— 

in I— 

Copjright, 1881, bj Biglow & Main. 



n I— 
d I— 
Me, 

s I— 
d I— 

d I- 

i. :- 

heart 
n I— 

i. :- 

d 1 I— 

n I— 
com 
S I— 

d I- 

n I— 
d I- 
Me, 
s I— 



s I— 

d I— 

when 

s I— 

n, I— 

— Id 

— :i, 

is 

— Ir 

- :fi 

n 1 I— 

s I— 

fort 

d' I— 

d I— 

- Id 

- Id 

and 

— Is 

- In, 



Hubert P. Main, 1B81. 



d Ir |n If 


n I— 


IF 


d Id id Id 


d I— 


It, 


shad-ows dark- ly 


gath - 


er, 


n 11 |1 11 


S I— 


Is 


1, If, |n, Ir, 


s, I— 


Is, 



d It, |d Ir 
S, IS, |S| Is, 
wea- ry and dis 



n 



Ir 

Is, 



m 

is, 



If 



n 1 Ir' |l Id 1 
f If |f II 

from your heav'n-ly 
1 II |r' Ir' 
f If |f Ife 



.r 

:i. 

will 

If 

If, 



:t, 

Is, 



give you 

Ir If 



d I- |- 

s, I- I- 
tressed, 

n I- |- 

.« :- I- 

d 1 I- |t 

s I- |f 

Fath - er ; 

n 1 I— |r' 

s I— |s 

d I- |- 

s, I- I- 

rest. 

n I- |- 

d, I- I- 



2 Ye, who have mourned, when the spring flowers were taken, 
When the ripe fruit fell richly to the ground, 

When the loved slept, in brighter homes to waken, 

Where their pale brows with spirit wreaths are crowned. 

3 Large are the mansions in thy Father's dwelling, 
Glad are the homes that sorrows never dim; 

Sweet are the harps in holy music swelling, 

Soft are the tones which raise the heavenly hymn, 

4 There, like an Eden blossoming in gladness, 
Bloom the fair flowers the earth too rudely pressed; 

Come unto Me, all ye who droop in sadness, 
Come unto Me, and I will give you rest! 

Catherine Harbeson (Waterman) Esling, 1839. 



^ubmissicm. 



489 Thy Will be Done. 

KEY Ei?. 



d :- |r :t, 

s, :— |s, :s, 

n : — 1 f : r 

d :— |S| :s. 



pi :- 1- 
d :- 1- 



r 



Lowell Mason, 1841. 



PI 


".n 


r 


:— 


d 


:d 


t, 


:— 


s 


:s 


s 


• — 


d 


:d 


S| 


:— 



r :— 


1 :fe 


s I— 


t, :- 


d :d 


t. :- 


s :— 


fe :i 


s :— 


r '.— 


r :r 


s, :— 



Coda, after last verse. 



d :— |r 

s. :— is, 

"Thy 
PI '. 

d : 



will 
If 



:s, 

be 
r 

: s, 



d 

S| 

done 

pi 

d 



"Thy will be | done!"|| In devious way 

The hurrying stream of] life may|run;|| 

Yet still our grateful hearts shall say, | 

"Thy will be I done!" 



This prayer will make it more divine- 
" Thy will be I done!" 



3 "Thy will be done!"|| Tho shrouded o'er 
Our I path with | gloom, ||oue comfort — one 
2 " Thy will be | done!" || If o'er us shine, Is ours: — to breathe, while we adore, | 
A gladdening and a | prosperous | sun,|| " Thy will be | done !" 



John Boiuringi 1823. 



49° Paraclete, iis&ios. 

KeyD. 

s :— |n :d 1 :-.sis : 

|d \ d f !-.n |n 
con- so-late! 



Come, ye dis- 

d :_ 1 d : d 

Org. 



d :-.did : 



f :-.s|i 


:t 


d I— |d 


:f 


where'er 


ye 


: • i 


. 


1 ;-.n|f 


; r 



d' :-.s|s 



Ian - guish, 

d : — id : 



pi :— 


111 


.'Pi 


d :— 


1* 


;d 


Come 


to 
1 


the 


d :— 


1 


'. ta, 



Samuel Webbk, 1790. 



f :-.f 11 :- 

d :-.d |d :- 

mer- cy-seat, 



i.:-.i.|f. :- 



s :— 1 fe :-.fe 

t, :— |i. :-.d 


s :— 

ti : r 


I- :- 
|d :f 


fer - vent - ly 


kneel ; 





:- 1* 



d 1 :— it :i 
pi :- if :f 

Here bring your 

s :— 11 :d> 
d :- id :d 



s :-.f 1 pi :— 

n :-.r |d I— 

wound -ed hearts ; 
I-.s |s ".— 

:-.d id :— 



d 1 :— li^d'IU^ 

m : — 1 f :^f 

here tell your 



s :- 11 
d :- if 



:d> 
:f 



e&uh 



mission. 



s :— 


m : 


s In 1 | n 1 Id 1 


d 1 :i |— 


:f 


pi '.— \r 


:-.d 


d : 


ri :— 


Id : 

guish ; 


pi is |s :n 


f :f |- 

sor - row, 


Ir 

that 


d :- it, 

heav'n can 


:-.d 

- not 


d : 


an - 


Earth has no 


heal 


d 1 :— 


Is : 


d 1 :— |d> :s 


i :d« |— 


:i 


S :— |f 


:-.n 


pi : 


d :— 


Id : 


d :— |d :d 


fi :fi 1- 


:t, 


s, :— |s, 


:-.d 


d : 



D. S. 



2 Joy of the desolate, Light of the straying, 
Hope when all others die, fadeless and pure, — 

Here speaks the Comforter, in God's name saying, — 
Earth has no sorrow, that heaven cannot cure. 

3 Here see the Bread of life; see waters flowing 
Forth from the throne of God, boundless in love: 

Come to the feast prepared; come, ever knowing, — 
Earth has no sorrow, but heaven can remove. 

v. u 2, Thomas Moore, 1816. 
v. 3, Thomas Hastings, 1830. 



49 1 Solitud 


e. 


7s. 




L. T. 


DOWNBS, 1850. 


. 


KEY El?- 

s : f e 1 s : pi 


d 1 


It.l |s :— 


s Ir.pi |f Ipi 


r 11 


|S I- V 


1 


n :re |pi.rld 


n 


: f |n I— 


r : tiTd |r Id 


d Id 


It, I— I 


i 


Gent-ly, gent- ly 

s :i s is 


lay 
s 


Thy rod, 

:i.t |d> :— 


Ou my sin - ful 
t Is |s Is 


head,0 

1 Ife 


God! > 

is :- 




d :d |d Id 


d 


Id |d I— 


s. Is, |t, Id 


f Ir 


Is, I- / 


( 


s :fe |s In 


d> 


Ir'.d' |t I— 


d> In If.sll 


pi Ir 


Id I- 


I 


pi Ire |n Id 


d 


If |f I- 


n.rld.ta, |1, Id.r 


d ,It, 


|d I- 




Stay Thy wrath, in 
s 11 |s Is 


mei 
f 


- cy stay, 
11 |s I- 


Lest I sink be - 
s Is |1 11. t 


fore its 

d'.slf 


sway. 

|n :- 


\ 


d Id |d Id 


li 


If, |s, I— 


d Id |f, If, 


s. Is, 


Id I- 



2 Heal me, for my flesh is weak; 
Heal me, for Thy grace I seek; 
This my only plea I make, — 
Heal me, for Thy mercy's sake. 



3 Lo! He comes, — He heeds my plea; 
Lo! He comes, — the shadows flee; 
Glory round me dawns once more; 
Rise, my spirit! and adore. 

Henry Francis Lyte, 1834. 



^Ke TMirix&iv]). 



492 


Medway. 


L. 


M. 








G. B 


Pergolesi, 1 


730. 


Key A. 














/ :d 


r 


In 
Is, 


r In .,f 
s, Is, 


s 

S| 


If 


n 
d 


I- .pi 

I- .s. 


r Id 

s, lie, 


t, :ii.M 


t, :ii 

s, Ife, 


S, 


y.ni 


S| Is, 


s. 


(Pour 


out 


Thy 


Spir - it 


from 


on 


high; 


Lord! 


Thine as - 


sem - bled 


ser - vants 


bless 


/Id 


t. 


Id 


t, Id.,r 


n 


Ir 


d 


I-.d 


r Ir 


r In 


r Id 


t, 


lid, 


S| 


Id 


s, id 


d 


Is, 


d, 


I-.d 


t, 11. 


s, Id| 


r, Ir, 


s, 


/Id 


r 


In 


r In .,f 


s 


If 


n 


I- .r 


n Id^t, 


1, Ir 


d It, 


d 


lis, 


s. 


Is, 


s. Is, 


s. 


Is, 


s, 


I-.s, 


s, Is, 


1, 11, 


s, If, 


n t 


< Gra- 


ces 


and 


gifts to 


each 


sup - 


ply. 


And 


clothe Thy 


priests with 


right-eons - 


ness. 


/Id 


ti 


Id 


t, Id^r 


n 


Ir 


d 


:-.t, 


d Id 


d If 


n Ir 


d 


I In, 


S| 


Id 


s. Id 


d 


Is, 


d, 


I-.s, 


d Ipi| 


f, :r, 


S, IS| 


d. 



2 Within Thy temple, when we stand, 
To teach the truth, as taught by Thee, 

Saviour! like stars in Thy right hand, 
The angels of the churches be! 

3 Wisdom and zeal, and faith impart, 
Firmness with meekness from above, 

To bear Thy people on our heart, 

And love the souls whom Thou dost love: 

4 To watch and pray, and never faint; 
By day and night, strict guard to keep; 

To warn the sinner, cheer the saint, 
Nourish Thy lambs, and feed Thy sheep. 

5 Then, when our work is finished here, 
In humble hope, our charge resign; 

When the chief Shepherd shall appear, 
O God! may they and we be Thine. 

James Montgomery, 1825. 

493 

The solemn service now is done; 
The vow is pledged, the toil begun; 
Seal Thou, O God! the oath above, 
And ratify the pledge of love. 

2 The Shepherd of Thy people bless; 
Gird Him with Thine own holiness: 
In duty may his pleasure be, 
His glory in his zeal for Th-je. 



3 Here let the ardent prayer arise, 
Faith fix its grasp beyond the skies, 
The tear of penitence be shed, 
And myriads to the Saviour led. 

4 Come, Spirit! here consent to dwell; 
The mists of earth and sin dispel: 
Bless'd Saviour! Thine own rights main- 
Supreme in every bosom reign. [tain; 

5 Oh! let our humble worship be 
A grateful tribute, Lord! to Thee; 
And may these hallowed scenes of love 
Fit us for purer joys above. 

Samuel F. Smith, 1843. 



494 



We bid Thee welcome, in the name 

Of Jesus, our exalted Head; 
Come as a servant; so He came, 

And we receive thee in His stead. 

2 Come as a shepherd; guard and keep 
This fold from hell, and earth, and sin; 

Nourish the lambs, and feed the sheep, 
The wounded heal, the lost bring it. 

3 Come as a teacher, sent from God, 
Charged His whole counsel to declare; 

Lift o'er our ranks the prophet's rod, 
While we uphold Thy hands with prayer. 

James Montgomery ■, 7825. 



^hc £bou&e of (S)ob. 



495 


Lenox. 


H. M. 




Lbwis Edson, i 781. 


Key Bfc>. 






/Id :- 


d :d is, :i, 


s, :— is, :— 


d Ir |n Ir 


d :— id :— 


n :s |n :d 


\ hi :— 


pi) in, |s, : f. 


r, :— |n, :— 


n, :s, |s, :f. 


n, :— |pii :— 


s, Is, Si Is, 


< Christ 


is our Oor - ner- 


Stone; On 


Him a - lone we 


build; With 


His true saints a 


/ Is, :- 


s, Id |d :d 


ii :- It. :- 


i, :t, id :t. 


d :— |d :— 


d :r |d Id 


\ |d> :- 


d, Id, |n, :f, 


s, :- in, :- 


li 1 s, |d I S| 


d, :- id, :- 


d :t, id In, 



r :— 


If :- 


n Id |r It, 


d :- 


■1 :— 


Is, :- 


s, 11, |1, Is, 


s, I- 


lone 


The 


courts of heav'n are 


filled 


t, :- 


It, :- 


d Id |f Ir 


n I- 


■1 :— 


Is, :— 


d 11, |f, Is, 


d, :■ 



Is, d Id Id 



On His great love our 
I I Id 
Id, s. Is, |s. Id 1, 1 1| 1 1 a In, 

On His great love our hopes we place, On 



Si 



i. :i. Hi :d 


r Ir |r In 


d Id |d Is, 


1. :i. 11. :d 


r I — 


It, :- 


d I 


I 1 In, 


S| I S| |g t I s. 


Pl| I Pl| PI, I s, 


ii :t. It. :s, 


li :— 


Is, :- 


s, I- 


hopes we place, On 
d Id |d Id 


His great love our 
t, It, |t, Id 


hopes we place, Of 
d I— 1— Id 


pres-ent grace and 
d I— 1— Id 


joys 
f I— 


a 

Ir I- 


bove 
n I- 


f, :f, if, :i, 

Bis great love our 


s. Is, |s, Id, 

hopes we place.Ol 


d, I— 1— In, 

pros - ent 


f, I— 1— in, 

grace and 


r, I— 

joys 


|s, :- 

a 


d, I- 

bove. 



2 Oh I then, with hymns of praise, 
These hallowed courts shall ring; 

Our voices we will raise 
The Three in one to sing, 

And thus proclaim, in joyful song, 

Both loud and long, that glorious name. 



3 Here, gracious God ! do Thou 
For evermore draw nigh; 

Accept each faithful vow, 

And mark each suppliant sigh: 

In copious shower, on all who pray, 

Each holy day, Thy blessings pour. 



i Here may we gain from heaven 

The grace which we implore, 
And may that grace, once given, 

Be with us evermore; 
Until that day, when all the bless'd 

To endless rest are called away. 

It., John Chandler 



1837 



49 6 



"©he £bou&e of ($)ob. 

Ordinal, c. m. 



Key Eb. 



:d 
Hd 



In 

lid 

'Id 

\:& 

Ac - 
NP1 

:d 



n if |s :s 

d :d it, :d 

Thou, whose own vast 

s :i |r in 

d :i, is, :d 

pi :f |s :s 

d :d |r Id 

cept the walls that 

s :i |s .f in 

d :i, |t, Id 



I II 

d Id 



|s Is 
Id Ir 



tern - pie stands, Built 
f If ri Is 

fi :i. Id it, 



d 1 


it 


11 11 


s 


r 


Ir 


|r I-.d 


t. 


o - 


ver 


earth and 


sea, 


fe 


Is 


|s lie 


s 


ii 


Is, 


|r Ir 


S| 



Thomas Tallis, 1565. 



- I- 



1 II |s Id 

d II, |t, Id 

hu - man hands Have 

n If |f In 

1, Ir |s, II, 



f In 
d Id 

raised to 
1 Is 
f, Id 



|r .r 
Id It, 
wor - ship 
[f^mlf 

Is, Is, 



d 
d 

Thee, 

n 

d 



2 Lord, from Thine inmost glory send, 
Within these courts to bide, 

The peace that dwelleth without end, 
Serenely by Thy side! 

3 May erring minds that worship here 
Be taught the better way; 



And they who mourn, and they who fear, 
Be strengthened as they pray. 

4 May faith grow firm, and love grow warm, 

And pure devotion rise, 
While round these hallow'd walls the storm, 

Of earth-born passion dies. 

William Cullen Bryant, 1835. 



-97 


Kockn 


ignarr 


L. L. M. 






Lowell Mason, 1830. 


Key 


G. 














Id 


t, .d Ir 


In 


s .pi Ir 


In 


r .d 11, 


Is, 


d .r Id v 


Is, 


f 1 - in, Is, 


Is, 


S| .s. Is, 


Is, 


f,.n. If, 


In, 


n, .f, Ipi| J 


The 


per-fect world, 


by 


A -dam trod, 


Was 


the first tern 


pie 


built by God; \ 


In 


r .d It, 


Id 


r .d It, 


Id 


t, .d Id 


Id 


d .t, Id I 


Id 


s, .1, Is, 


Id 


t,.d Is, 


Id 


B, .1, If, 


Id, 


1, .s, Id, / 


Id 


S .S 11 


Is 


n .r Ir 


Ir 


n .d Il| 


Is, 


d .r Id 


Is, 


S| ,d Id 


:ti 


d .1, It, 


Is, 


s,.s, If, 


In, 


n, .f. In, 


His 


fi - at laid 


the 


cor-ner-stone, 


And 


heaved its pil 


- lars, 


one by one. 


In 


r .n If 


Ir 


n .fe Is 


It, 


d .d Id 


Id 


d .t, Id 


Id 


t,.d If, 


Is, 


d .r Is, 


Is, 


d .pi, If| 


Id, 


1, .8, Id, 



2 He hung its starry roof on high — 
The broad, illimitable sky; 

He spread its pavement green and bright, 
And curtained it with morning light. 

3 The mountains in their places stood, 
The sea, the sky, and "all was good;" 



And, when its first pure praises rang, 
The "morning stars together sang." 

4 Lord! 'tis not ours to make the sea 
And earth and sky a house for Thee; 
But, in Thy sight, our offering stands, — 
An humbler temple, " made with hands." 

Nathaniel P. Willis, 1886. 



49 8 



UBctpit 



Within these walls let heavenly peace 
Aud holy love and concord dwell ; 

Here give the burden'd conscience ease, 
And here the wounded spirit heal. 

2 When children's voices raise the song — 
"Hosanna!" — to their heavenly King, 



499 St. Agnes, c. 



tsrrr. 

Let heaven with earth the strain prolong; 

" Hosanna! " let the angels sing. 
3 Here, when Thy messengers proclaim 

The blessed gospel of Thy Son, 
Still, by the power of His great name, 

Be mighty signs and wonders done. 

James Montgomery, 1825. 



M. 



J. B. Dykes, 18 



KEYG. 


r I 


s, Is, Is, 
See Is-rael's 
pi In Id 


li : 
gen 
f I 


d Id In, 


f. I 


f If In 


r I 


li Hi :s, 


h '• 


Hark! how He 
1, It, Ide 


calls 
r I 


r, Ir, Ir, 


r, I 



• n 

IS| 
tie 
Id 
In, 
Id 
Ife, 

the 
Ir 
Ir, 



f I— It, 


d I— I— 


f, Hi :s, 


s, I— I— 

stands, 


Shep - herd 


r I— Ir 


n I— I— 


r, I— I s. 


d I— I— 


t, I- 11, 


s, I— I— 


s, I— I f e i 


s, I— I— 


ten - der 


lambs, 


r I— I d 


ti 1— :— 


s, I— I S, 


s, :- if, 



S| . S, .S| 

S| is,: s, 

With all en ■ 



. n 
Id 

II, 

Is, 

And folds them 
d Id Id 
n, If, II, 



.r 
Ife, 

ing 
Id 



.r 

:fi 

His 
It, 



r I— I— 

s, I— I— 
charms! 
t, I— I— 
S, I— I— 

d I— I— 

ni I — I — 

arms! 

d i— :— 

d, I— I— 



2 Forbid them not, whom Jesus calls, 

Nor dare the claim resist, 
Since His own lips to us declare — 

Of such will heaven consist. 



3 With flowing tears, and thankful hearts, 

We give them up to Thee; 
Receive them, Lord! into Thine arms, — 

Thine may they ever be. 

1, Philip Doddridge , 1740. 



,oo 


Uxbridge. l. 


M. 




y 


■ 2 & T> t John Peacock^ 1776 
Lowell Mason, 1824. 


Key 

id :- 


F. 

d Ir i'i Ir 


d I- It, 


• — 


d I— |n I— 


s Is |1 It 


d' I — 1 1 I— 


s I— 


Is, I- 


s, It, |d 11, 


s, I— |s, 


I— 


s, I- |d I- 


d Ir |r Ir 


n I— |r Id 


t, I- 


With 


thankful hearts ou 


r songs we 




raise, To 


eel - e - brate the 


Sav - iour's 


praise ; 


|n I- 


n Is | s If 


n I— |r 


I— 


n I— | s I— 


n I r | f e I s 


s I— |fel— 


s I— 


|d I- 


d Is, id If, 


s, I- |s. 


I— 


d >-|d I— 


d It, |1, Is, 


d I— |r I— 


s, I— 


|s I- 


d> Is |1 Is 


f I— |n 


I— 


r I— |r I— 


n Is |s If 


n I— |r I — 


d I— 


|d I- 


d Id |d Id 


d It, Id 


I — 


t, I- It, I- 


d Ir |pi Ir 


d I- It, I- 


d I— 


Tet 


who,but saints in 


heav'n a 


- 


bove, Can 


tell the rich-es 


of His 


love? 


|n I- 


s In |f Is 


s I— |s 


I— 


s I— | s I— 


s Is |s 11 


s I— |s If 


n I— 


ld :- 


pi Id |f In 


r I— |d 


I— 


s, I— |s, I— 


d It, |d If, 


S| I— |s, I— 


d I— 



2 He, the good Shepherd, kindly leads 
The wanderer, and the hungry feeds; 
Deigns in His arms the lambs to bear, 
And makes them His peculiar care, 



3 Jesus! to Thy protecting wing, 

Our helpless little ones we bring; 

Oh ! grant them grace and strength, that they 

May find and keep the heavenward way. 

John Bickersteth, 1832. 



UBttpli 



ism. 



CO I Anvern. l. m. 

Key F. 



Is, 


•S| 


:d 


n ;— 


Is. 


• S| 


•S| 


d :- 


Oh, 


hap 


■ py 


day, 


|n 


;n 


in 


s i— 


Id 


Id 


Id 


d :— 



Id :r :t, 
Is, :i, :s, 

that fixed my 

IS 

| PI, 



:f :r 

if. :s, 



d :- 

si :— 

choice, 

n :— 
d :- 



Lowbll Mason, 1839. 

|d Id In 

|s, :s, :d 

On Thee, my 

I m In Is 

Id Id Id 



s :— 
d :— 

Sav 

s I— 
n I— 



|n If Ir 

Id :r :t, 

iour, and my 

|s II Is 
Id If, Is, 



n I— 
d I— 
God! 
s I — 
d I— 



|d Id Id 
Id Id Id 
Well may this 
|d Id Id 
Id Id Id 



1 I- 
d I- 

glow 

f I- 

U :- 



|1 Id 1 II 

|d Id Id 

ing heart re ■ 

|f II If 

If, I*, If. 



joice 



In |s Is Is 

I— |n Is Id 

And tell its 

Is I s Id 1 In 

1^- Id In Id 



s If : r 

t, Ir It, 

rap-tures all 
r Is Is 
s, Is, I s, 



±1 
Ir 



a 

S I— 



I- is, I- 



n 



d I 

broad 
S 

d 



— .n 



I s Id 1 In 

|d Id Id 

And tell its 

I m Is Is 

Id In Id 



s If 

t, It, 

rap - tures 

s Ir 

S| I s. 



Ir |- 

It, Ir- 
an 

Is I- 

Is, I- 



Ir 

ItT 

a 
If 

Is, 



s I— 


In 


d I— 


I— 


broad. 




n : — 


Is 


d I— 


I— 



2 Oh, happy bond, that seals my vows 
To Him who merits all my love! 

Let cheerful anthems fill His house, 
While to that sacred shrine I move. 

3 'Tis done, the great transaction's done: 
I am my Lord's, and He is mine: 

He drew me, and I followed on, 
Charmed to confess the voice divine. 

Philip Doddridge , 1740. 



.11, 



Dear Sav - iour, 



.S, 

:<J. 






HBapiram. 



C02 Germany, l. m. 

Key B>. 

:f< 



:r 

these 

iii 



S| 


:i. 


U 


in, 


lambs 
t, 


:d 


s. 


:— 



:t, 
iii 

should 

ir 

I so. 



L. van Beethoven. 

d :- :— 
n, :— :— 

stray 

d :— :— 
i, :- :- 



d :t, 


II. 


fe, Is, 


lie, 


From Thy 


se - 


r :r 


ir 


r, :r 


:d 



r 

S| 

cure 
r 
t, 



:t, 

:s, 

en 
Ir 

:s, 



t, 


• I, 


Is, 


n. 




Ir, 


clo 

r 


.d 


:t, 


d, 




ir, 



Ife, 

Ir, 

sure's 

ill 

ir, 



s, I 
r, : 

bound, 

t, : 
b, : 



i»i 

; n, 

And, 
Id 



S, .— 

n, I— 

lured 

d I— 



Id 

In, 
by 



It 



Hi 
If. 



li I- 

world - ly 

r I— Ir 



s, I— 

n, :— 

joys 

PI I— 



In 
Is, 
a 

In 



Ir 



ii i— 

way, 

f :— 



Id 

il. 

A 

lie 
ir, 



t, 
s, 

mong 
S 



If 

It, 
the 

:t, 

I se, 



n 



li I— 

thought 

d I- 

i. :- 



Ir 
Hi 

less 
If 

ill 



:t, 

Is, 

be 

Ir 

s, i— : s, 



d 


Ir 


s, 


:— 


crowd 




n 


if 



d 

s, : 

found ; 

n : 
d ( i 



2 Remember still that they are Thine, 
That Thy dear sacred name they bear; 

Think that the seal of love divine, 

The sign of cov'uant grace, they wear. 



3 In all their erring, sinful years, 
O let them ne'er forgotten be; 

Remember all the prayers and tears 
Which consecrated them to Thee. 



4 And when these lips no more can pray, 
These eyes can weep for them no more, 

Turn Thou their feet from folly's way, 
The wand'rers to Thy fold restore. 

Abby B. Hyde, 1824. 



"©he .Sorb^s ^Supper. 



5°3 



Rock of Ages. 



7s. 



m Key F. 



n :ni 


|m 


I- .r 


d Id 


It, 


d :ta, 


Hi 


:-.i. 


s, I fe, 


Is, 


Rock of 


A 


- ges, 


cleft for 


me 


s Is 


|f 


I-.f 


PI Ir 


|r 


d Id 


If. 


I-.J. 


s, 11, 


Is, 




p 

m In 

d Ita, 

Be of 

S Is 

d Id 



f I-.f 
r I- .r 

wa - ter 
1 I-.l 

r I- .pi 



In 


I- .r 


111 


I-.l. 


sin 


the 


|f 


I-.f 


If. 


:-.f. 



d Id It, I- 

s, Ife, |s, I— 

dou- ble cure, 
pi Ir.d|r I— 
s, II, |s, If, 



2 Not the labors of my hands 
Can fulfil Thy law's demands; 
Could ray zeal no respite know, 
Could my tears for ever flow, — 
All for sin could not atone; 
Thou must save, and Thou alone 1 

3 Nothing in ray hand I bring; 
Simply to Thy cross I cling; 
Naked, come to Thee for dress, 



C04 Toplady. 7s. 

Key b>. 



Is, .,1, 


S| I- .PI, 


Id .,1, 


s. 


In, .,f. 


pi, :- .d, 


In,.,f, 


pii 


Bloss- ed 


Sav - iour, 


Thee I 


love, 


D.S.Ever 


shall my 


glo - ry 


be, 


Id .,d 


d I- .s. 


I s, .,d 


d 


I d, .,d, 


d I- .d, 


Id, .,d. 


d, 



d .pi Is 
pii Id 



Id 



Let me hide my - 



d Id 


|n :- 


1, Id 


Id I- 


and the 


blood, 


1 I la 


Is I- 


f If 


II :- 



In 
Is, 



If 



.pi 



|f,.l,Id 



John B. Dykes, 1871. 

f In |n Ir 
d^tild |iP 

self in Thee! 

f :s_a\s : 

r Ipi .f Is I 



It, 



s 
d 



11 In |r Is 
d Id |d It, 

From Thy riv - en 
Is I fe Is 



.pi 



Ife |s 'A 

Ir.d|d.t,Il,.t, 



d^nls |d^fll 
sT :-.ta,|l, II, 

Cleanse me from its 
d Id |d I-.r 
ni In, , f, I- .fe 



s 

n 

side which flowed, 

1 II |s I— 

d Ir |s, I— 

Rit. 

d I n .,r I d I— 
iV_s,:t, |d I— 

guilt and power. 

n If I n I— 

s, Is, |d I— 



Helpless, look to Thee for grace; 
Foul, I to the Fountain fly, 
Wash me, Saviour 1 or I die. 

4 While I draw this fleeting breath, 
When my eyelids close in death, 
When I soar thro' realms unknown, 
See Thee on Thy judgment throne, 
Rock of ages, cleft for me, 
Let me hide myself in Thee! 

Augustus M. Toplady, 1776. 
Three words in 4M stanza alt. 







T. 


Hastings, 1830. 


Id .r 


n 


I- .r Id .t, 


FlNB. 

d I- 


is, .1, 


s. 


I- .f. In, J, 


n, I— 


All my 
On - ly, 
Id .d 


oth 
on 
d 


er joys a - 
ly, on - ly 
I- .s. Is, .S| 


bove; 
Thee! 
s, I— 


In, .f, 


s, 


I- .S| IS, .S| 


d, I— 



^Kc ^S-Otrb^s Supper. 



:t,.,d 


r I- 


.r : t, ,S| 


d 


: r, .,n, 


*i :- 


.fi :fi .f. 


Nl 


All my 

: s, .,s, 


hopes 

t. :- 


in Thee a- 

.t, :r .t, 


bide, 
d 


! S| .,S| 


s, :- 


.s, is, ,s. 


d, 



:t, 


.,d 


ir. 


.,n. 


Thou 


my 


:s, 


.,s, 


:s. 


.,s, 



D.C. 



.r 


:ti 


•S| 


• f, 


if, 


• f. 


and 


naught be- 


•t, 


Ir 


• ti 


.S| 


• S| 


•S| 



d 

n, 

side: 
d 



Geo. Duffield, 1851. 



^05 Pax Dei. 

KEY A>. 



S, . 

pi 1 : 

Sav 

d : 
d. : 



is, :i, 

pi, :n, 

iour, a ■ 
Id :d 
Id, Id, 



I OS. 



s, :— 


Id :- 


d :t, |d Ir 


n :- 1 


s, I— 


Is, :- 


f. :*i If. :*i 


n, :- 1 


gain 

d :— 


to 

Id :- 


Thy dear name we 

s, :s, |i, :t. 


raise 

d :- 1 


n, :— 


I ni :— 


r, :r, |r, :r, 


d, :- l 



E J. HorKiNS, 1866. 



d :- 
s, :— 

"With 
Pi '.— 

d :— 



one ac 

|pi :n 

|d Id 



d :— 


In 


i, :- 


Id 


cord 


our 


n :— 


|n 


i, :- 


U, 



n : r |n Me 


s I- 


d :d |d Id 


t, I- 


part-ing hymn of 
ie I fe |m : r 


praise 
r I- 


r, Ir, |r, Ir, 


s, I- 



/ 

s I— |d Id 

s, I— |s. Is, 

Once more we 

d I— |d Id 

n, I— |ni| 1^ 



i I- If 

1, I- U, 

bless Thee 

d I- |d 

r, I- |r, 



f Ir |n If 

s, Is, |s, Is, 
ere ourwor-ship 
t, It, |d Ir 

S, • S, I S, . S| 



n I-l- 
s, I- I- 
cease, 
d I-l- 
d, I- I- 



d I— |r Id 
^ I — I ni| In, 

Then, low - ly 

d I- |d Id 
1. I- Hi II, 



d I— |li I 
r, I— Ir, I 
kneel - ing, 
1, I- Id I 

f, I- H, I 



s, Is, |1| Is, 
r, Ir, |f, If, 
wait Thy word of 
t, It, Id It, 
Si Is, j s, Is, 



2 Grant us Thy peace upon our homeward way; 
With Thee began, with Thee shall end the day; 
Guard Thou the lips from sin, the hearts from shame, 
That in this house have called upon Thy name. 

3 Grant us Thy peace throughout our earthly life, 
Our balm is sorrow, and our stay in strife; 
Then, when Thy voice shall bid our conflict cease, 
Call us, Lord, to Thine eternal peace. 

John Ellerton, 1866. 





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Bless - ed are the 


sons of 


God; 


They are bought with 


Christ's owe 


blood ; 




D.C.With them numbered 


may we 


be, 


Here, and in e - 


ter 


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s, :s, 


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s, I-.s,|s, Ita, 


1, 


Is, 


Is, I- 




They are ran - somed 


from the 


grave; 


Life e - ter - nal 


they 


shall 


have! 


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It, :- 


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1 


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2 They are justified by grace; 
They enjoy a solid peace; 

All their sins are washed away; 
They shall stand in God's great day : 
With them numbered may we be, 
Here, and in eternity. 

3 They are lights upon the earth, — 
Children of a heavenly birth, — 
One with God, with Jesus one; 
Glory is in them begun: 

With them numbered may we be, 
Here, and in eternity. 

Joseph Humphreys, 1743, ab. 

5°7 

Many centuries have fled 
Since our Saviour broke the bread, 
And this sacred feast ordained, 
Ever by His church retained: 
Those His body who discern, 
Thus shall meet till His return. 

2 Through the churchs' long eclipse, 
When, from priest or pastor's lips, 
Truth divine was never heard,- — ■ 
'Mid the famine of the word, 
Still these symbols witness gave 
To His love who died to save. 



3 All who bear the Saviour's name, 
Here their common faith proclaim ; 
Though diverse in tongue or rite, 
Here, one body we unite; 
Breaking thus one mystic bread, 
Members of one common Head. 

4 Come, the blessed emblems share, 
Which the Saviour's death declare; 
Come, on truth immortal feed; 

For His flesh is meat indeed: 
Saviour! witness with the sign, 
That our ransomed souls are Thine. 

Josiah Conder, 1836. alt 



5 o8 



"Till He come:" oh, let the words 
Linger on the trembling chords; 
Let the little while between 
In their golden light be seen; 
Let us think how heaven and home 
Lie beyond that — "Till He come " 

2 See, the feast of love is spread, 
Drink the wine, and break the bread ; 
Sweet memorials, — till the Lord 
Call us round His heavenly board; 
Some from earth, from glory some, 
Severed only — "Till He come." 

Edward H. Bickersteth, i86i,ab. 



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ni In |f In .r 


d :t, 


,d :— 


n 


:i 


Is 


:f .r 


d 


:t, 


Id :- v 


d :d id :TT 


s, :s. 


is, :— 


S| 


:ii 


Ita, 


:ii 


S| 


:s, 


Is, :- J 


When this pass - ing 


world is 


done, 


When has 


sunk 


yon 


glo 


rious 


sun; ) 


s is |i :s.f 


m :f 


|n :- 


n 


In 


|n 


:f 


n 


:f 


In :- \ 


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s, Is, 


Id :- 


d 


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If. 


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n :i 1 :s 


i :t 


Id' :- 


t 


:i 


Is 


In.r 


d 


:i 


|n Ir . 


s, :i, |r :r 


n In .i 


■n :- 


d 


:d 


Id 


:V 


d 


:d 


|d___M, f 


When I stand with 


Christ in 


light, 


All 


my 


fin - 


ished 


life 


in 


sight: 


n In |r Is 


n.balse 


H :- 


n 


:f 


Is 


:s.f 


n 


:i 


is :- 


d :d it, :t, 


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|n, 


:s, 


1, 


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s In |r Ide 


r In 


If :- 


n 


:f .s 


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:f 


n 


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ii :t, n, :i, 


i. :s, 


Ifi :- 


1. 


:a~ 


Id 


:d 


d 


:ti 


id :- 


Then, Lord! shall I 


ful - ly 


know — 


Not 


mi 


then- 


-how 


much I 


owe! 


s Is |f In 


i :i 


ii :- 


d< 


:ta 


H 


:i 


s 


i- . 


f |n :— 


pi, is, |i, :i, 


t, Ide 


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1. 


:s, 


Ifi 


:fi 


s. 


Is, 


Id :- 



2 When I stand before the throne 
Clothed in beauty not my own, 
When I see Thee as Thou art, 
Love Thee with unsmiling heart, 
Then, Lord! shall I fully know — 
Not till then — how much I owe! 

3 When the praise of heaven I hear 
Loud as thunders to the ear, 

Loud as many waters' noise, 
Sweet as harps' melodious voice, 
Then, Lord! shall I fully know — 
Not till then — how much I owe! 

4 Chosen not for good in me, 
Wakened up from wrath to flee, 
Hidden in the Saviour's side, 
By the Spirit sanctified, 

Teach me, Lord! on earth to show 
By my love how much I owe. 

Robert M. McCheyne, 18 



SI© 

Christ, whose glory fills the skies! 

Christ, the true, the only Light! 
Sun of righteousness! arise, 

Triumph o'er the shades of night : 
Dayspring from on high! be near- 
Daystar! in my heart appear. 

2 Dark and cheerless is the morn, 
Unaccompanied by Thee; 

Joyless is the day's return, 

Till Thy mercy's beams I see: 
Till they inward light impart, 
Glad my eyes, and warm my heart. 

3 Visit then this soul of mine; 
Pierce the gloom of sin and grief; 

Fill me, Radiancy divine! 
Scatter all my unbelief: 
More and more Thyself display, 
Shining to the perfect day. 

Charles Wesley, 1740. 



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d :— : S| 


n :-.r: d 


d :— 


:t,.i, 


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Lamb of 


S, l-.tfi I'll 

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ing 


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s, l-.liln. 

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D.S.-Oh! re- 


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S| I-.ttlPli 

an - swer 
mem - ber 


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Cal 


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d :— : s, 


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love We 

d :— :d 
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f. 



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S| 

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bid 
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Pi, 



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us 

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W. H. Oakley, 1836. 



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pi, :- 


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in. 


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us 


who 


think on 


Thee, 


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d :— :s. 


s, I- 


-:d 


d :— :d 


d :— 


Id 


d, :-:d, 


d,: 


-:d, 


f,:— :i. 


d :— 


:d, 



2 By Thine agonizing pain, 
And bloody sweat, we pray, — 

By Thy dying love to man, — 

Take all our sins away: 
Burst our bonds, and set us free; 

From all iniquity release; 
Oh! remember Calvary, 

And bid us go in peace! 

3 Let Thy blood, by faith applied. 
The sinner's pardon seal; 

Speak us freely justified, 

And all our sickness heal: 
By Thy passion on the tree, 

Let all our griefs and troubles cease; 
Oh, remember Calvary, 

And bid us go in peace! 

Charles Wesley t 1745. 



s, :— :d 


n I-.rld 


r I— I— 


pii :— in. 


s, :— :s, 


s, I— I— 


strug - gling 


soul re- 


lease; 


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D.S. 
l,Id lijA 

fT^-iTT 

ev - 'ry 
d II, Id 

fi : — :ti 

5 12 

Other knowledge I disdain; 

'Tis all but vanity: 
Christ, the Lamb of God, was slain, — 

He tasted death for me. 
Me to save from endless woe 

The sin-atoning Yictim died: 
Only Jesus will I know, 

And Jesus crucified. 

2 Him to know is life and peace, 

And pleasure without end; 
This is all my happiness, 

On Jesus to depend; 
Daily in His grace to grow, 

And ever in His faith abide; 
Only Jesus will I know, 

And Jesus Crucified. 

Charles Wesley, 1747, ab. 



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Key G. 



Samubl Stanley, 1805. 



(Id 

lis, 

(Grace- 
j'.n 

l:d 

id 

:s 

Heaven 
Ipi .d 

id 



.pi 



r In 

s, is, 

'tis a 


|f .rls.t, 

U. Is, 

charm - ing 


d I- |- 

s, I- 1- 
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Is, 

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s,.f|Ir |d :t|.l| 

mo - nious to mine 


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s, :s, 


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d I— 1 


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:t,.t. 


d I— 1 


with the 


ech - 


shall re - sound 


, And 


all the earth shall 


hear. 


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r Is |s 


I- ,S 


s .did |d .pi I f 


n I— | 


s, Is, 


|T^dId~~ 


ii m is, 


I-.s, 


d .1,1 p;,.f, £, Is, 


d, I- 1 



2 Grace first contrived a way 
To save rebellious man; 

And all the steps that grace display, 
Which drew the wondrous plau. 

3 Grace led my wandering feet 
To tread the heavenly road; 

And new supplies each hour I meet, 
"While pressing on to God. 

4 Grace all the work shall crown, 
Through everlasting days; 

It lays in heaven the topmost stone, 
And well deserves the praise. 

Philip Doddridge, 1740. 

5'4 

Sweet feast of love divine! 

'Tis grace that makes us free 
To feed upon this bread and wine, 

In mem'ry, Lord! of Thee. 

2 That blood, that flowed for sin, 
In symbol here we see, 

And feel the blessed pledge within, 
That we are loved of Thee. 

3 Oli! if this glimpse of love 
Is so divinely sweet, 

What will it be, Lord! above, 
Thy gladdening smile to meet ? — 



4 To see Thee face to face, 

Thy perfect likeness wear, 
And all Thy ways of wondrous grace 

Through endless years declare! 

Edward Denny, 1839 



5*5 



Jesus, we thus obey 

Thy last and kindest word, 
And in Thine own appointed way 

We come to meet Thee, Lord! 

2 Thus we remember Thee, 
And take this bread and wine 

As Thine own dying legacy, 
And our redemption's sign. 

3 Thy presence makes the feast ; 
Now let our spirits feel 

The glory not to be expressed, — 
The joy unspeakable! 

4 With high and heavenly bliss 
Thou dost our spirits cheer; 

Thy house of banqueting is this, 
And Thou hast brought us here. 

5 Now let our souls be fed 
With manna from above, 

And over us Thy bauner spread 
Of everlasting love. 

Charles Wesley, X745. 



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d.t, 

Come, 



:d 
:d 



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:d 


.d 


ev- 


'ry 


nev 


- er 


fixed up - 


In 


.s 


:d 


.Pi, 



I r Come, Thou Fount of 
l Streams of mer-cy, 
D.C. Praise the mount; I'm fixed up 

Is .f pi In 
Id.Si d :d 

: s .m d 1 : t 

:pi .f pi :s 

(Teach me some me 
Is .s s Is 
Id.d d Id 



2 01) ! to grace how great a debtor, 
Daily I'm constrained to be! 

Let that grace now, like a fetter, 
Bind my wandering heart to Thee; 



11 


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If 


.n 


lo- dious 


11 


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Id 


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John Wyeth, 1812. 


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In .s 


1 


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In .r 


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bless - ing ! 
ceas - ing, 
on it, 

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Tune my 
Call for 
Mount of 
Is .s 


heart 
songs 
God's 
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to 
of 
un 
IPI 


sing Thy 

loud - est 

- chang-ing 

Is .f 


grace; "1 
praise: J 
love. 

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Id .pi 


f 


Id 


IS, .8, 


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1 .S I PI 


Is .1,1 


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D.C 
d' I— 


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In .f 


pi 


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If .f 


PI I- 


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d< Is 


Sung by 
Is .s 


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ing 
Is 


tongues a- 
11 .t 


bove; 
d 1 I— 


d Id 


Id .d 


d 


IPI 


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Jesus sought me when a stranger, 
Wandering from the fold of God; 

He, to rescue me from danger, 
Interposed His precious blood. 

Robert Robinson , 1758. 



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KeyF. 



s Is I f 
d Id Id 


PI I— I s 
d I- Id 


f In Ir 

tTTd it, 


n.,flsl— 

d~:d :— 


s Is I f 

d :ta,n, 


n I— Id 
s, I d I d 


r I- 


.ml r 


d I- 


-It, 


Bread of the 


world, in 


mer - cy 


bro - ken, 


Wine of the 


soul, in 


mer 


cy 


n In 1 1 


s I— In 


r Is I s 


s.,flnl— 


n In I f 


s I— I fe 


s I- 


-If 


d Id Id 


d I— Id 


8, I— IS, 


dTld I— 


d Id Id 


d :— :i. 


s, I- 


-I s, 



J. S. B. Hodges, 1858. 



d I— 

d I— 

shed, 
n I— 



f If In 


1 I— Is 


f I— In 


n Ir I — 


s In Id 


f I— In 


r l-.nlr 


d I— I— 


d I r I d 


d I— Ide 


r It, Id 


d it,:- 


d Id 11, 


1. It, Id 


dTT^:t, 


d I— :— 


By whom the 


words of 


life were 


spo - ken; 


And in whose 


death our 


sins are 


dead. 


1 Is Is 


f I— Is 


1 If Is.l 


s Is I— 


s Is I 1 


f I— Is 


s I— If 


n I— I— 


1, :t,id 


f I— In 


r I— In.f 


s Is I— 


n In I f 


r I— In.f 


s I— Is, 


d I— I— 



2 Look on the hearts by sorrow broken 

Look on the tears by sinners shed; 
And be Thy feast to us the token 

That by Thy grace our souls are fed. 

Reginald Heber, 1827. 



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KEYG. 



n Id 


|r :s 


n 


Id 


Ir I- 


d Id |d Id 


r In .r |d I— \ 


s, Is, 


|S| Is, 


s. 


Id 


|t, I- 


1, Is, |1, Is, 


t, ItT Id I- ) 


At the 


Lamb's high 


feast 


, we 


sing 


Praise to our vie - 


to - rious King, ) 


d :d 


It, Ir 


d 


Is 


Is I- 


n Is |f In 


f Is.f|n I— \ 


d :ii| 


Is, It, 


d 


In, 


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1, In, |f, Id, 


s. Is, |d, I— 


s, :s, 


|s, Is, 


1, 


Ir 


lt, I- 


d Id |d Id 


r In .r |d I— 


"i :r, 


|S|.,t|IPl| 


fi 


:ii 


|s, I- 


n, Isi.ta, 1, Is, 


t, ItT" Id I- 


Who hath 


washed us 


in 


the 


tide 


Flow - iflg from His 


pierc - ed side. 


d :t, 


|d.,t,Id 


d 


If 


Ir I- 


d Is |f In 


f Is .f |n I— 


d, :s,., 


[,|n,.,r,:d| 


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Js, I- 


1, In, |f. Id, 


s, Is, jd, I— 



2 Praise we Him. whose love divine, 
Gives His sacred blood for wine, 
Gives His body for the feast, — 
Christ, the Victim, — Christ, the Priest. 

3 Where the paschal blood is poured, 
Death's dark angel sheathes his sword; 
Israel's hosts triumphant go, 
Through the wave that drowns the foe. 

4 Praise we Christ whose blood was shed, 
Paschal Yictim, paschal Bread; 

With sincerity and love, 
Eat we manna from above. 

5 Mighty Yictim from the sky! 
Hell's fierce powers beneath Thee lie; 
Thou hast conquered in the fight, 
Thou hast brought us life and light. 

6 Hymns of glory and of praise, 
Risen Lord! to Thee we raise; 
Holy Father! praise to Thee, 
With the Spirit, ever be! 

Lat., Roman Breviary , 
Tr. Robert Campbell, 1850, a. 

5 r 9 

Hark! my soul! it is the Lord; 
'Tis thy Saviour — hear His word; 



Jesus speaks, and speaks to thee, 
" Say, poor sinner, lovest thou Me ? 

2 " I delivered thee when bound, 
And when bleeding, healed thy wound: 
Sought thee wandering, set thee right, 
Turned thy darkness into light. 

3 " Can a woman's tender care 
Cease towards the child she bare ? 
Yes, she may forgetful be, 

Yet will I remember thee. 

4 " Mine is an unchanging love, 
Higher thau the heights above; 
Deeper than the depths beneath — 
Free and faithful — strong as death. 

5 " Thou shalt see My glory soon, 
When the work of grace is done; 
Partner of My throne shalt be! 
Say, poor sinner! lovest thou Me?" 

6 Lord! it is my chief complaint, 
That my love is weak and faint; 
Yet I love Thee, and adore; — 
Oh! for grace to love Thee more. 

William Coivper, iT]i. 



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5Y G. 

d.dld :r 


pi.dll, li. 


S|.S|Id .r In .d 


r I— Is 


s .s Is If 


:s, 


s,.s,:i, :t, 


d.s,If, If, 


S|.n|Is,.s,IS|.fei 


s, I- It, 


d.t, Id It, 


At 


Thy com-mand, our 
n .pi In Is 


dear -est Lord! Here 
s.dld Id 


we at-tendThydying 
d.dld.t,ld.r 


feast ; Thy 
t, I— Ir 


blood, like wine,a - 
n .f Is Is 


\:i 


d . d : 1 1 is. 


d.riilf, If, 


n,.d,Ini.S|Id .1 ( 


s, I— Is, 


d .r In Ir 


, 


n .n In :n .,r 


d .d Id .d Ir .r 


n I— Id 


r,d.t„l|IS| Id 


n .r Id 


\ 


d.r :d :t^ 


1 ( .1| IS| .s, Is, .s. 


s, I- Is, 


I, .f, Is, Is, 


d.s, Is, 




dorns Thy board, And 
s.sell :se 


Thine own fleshfeeds ev- 
I .f In .d :t,.t. 


ry guest, And 
d I— Id 


Thine own flesh feeds 
d .d Id In 


ev-'ry guest 
s A In 


\ 


d.t, 


:ii inii 


li 


fi Id, .pi| Is, .S| 


d I— In, 


I, .f, In, Id, 




s,.s, Id| 



2 Our faith adores Thy bleeding love, 
And trusts for life in One that died; 

We hope for heavenly crowns above, 
From a Redeemer crucified. 

3 Let the vain world pronounce its shame, 
And fling their scandals on Thy cause; 

We come to boast our Saviour's name, 
And make our triumphs in His cross. 

4 With joy we tell the scoffing age, 
He that was dead has left His tomb; 

He lives above their utmost rage, 
And we are waiting till He come. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



S 21 



Poor, weak, and worthless, though I am, 
I have a rich, almighty Friend; 



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Jesus, the Saviour, is His name, 
He freely loves, and without end. 

2 But ah! my inmost spirit mourns, 
And well my eyes with tears may swim, 
To think of my perverse returns, 

I've been a faithless friend to Him. 

3 Often my gracious Friend I grieve, 
Neglect, distrust and disobey; 

And often Satan's lies believe 
Sooner than all my Friend can say. 

4 Sure, were I not most vile and base, 
I could, not thus my Friend requite! 
And were not He the God of Grace, 
He'd frown and spurn me from His sight. 

John Newton, 1779. 
James Lucas, 1805. 



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2 Sure, there was never love so free, 
Dear Saviour! so divine; 

Well may'st Thou claim that heart of me, 
Which owes so much to Thine. 

3 Yes, Thou shalt surely have my heart, 
My soul, my strength, my all; 

With life itself I'll freely part, 
My Jesus I at Thy call. 

Samuel Stennett, 1782. 

5 2 4 Hanford. 8s & 4. 

Key Eb. 

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5 2 3 

Sweet is the mem'ry of His name, 

Who blessed us in His will, 
And, to His testament of love, 

Made His own life the seal. 
2 Thy light, and strength, and pard'ning 

And glory shall be mine; [grace, 

My life and soul, my heart and flesh, 

And all my powers are Thine. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 
A. S. Sullivan, 



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2 His body broken in our stead 
Is here, in this memorial bread; 
And so our needy love is fed, 

Until He come. 

3 His fearful drops of agony, 
His life-blood shed for us we see: 
The cup shall tell the mystery, 

Until He come. 



4 And thus that dark betrayal night, 
With the last advent we unite — 
The shame, the glory, by this rite, 

Until He come. 

5 Oh, blessed hope! with this elate, 
Let not our hearts be desolate, 

But, strong in faith, in patience wait, 
Until He come! 

George Raivson, 1857. 



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2 Thy truth unchanged hath ever stood; 
Thou savest those that on Thee call; 

To them that seek Thee, Thou art good, 
To them that find Thee,— All in all! 

3 We taste Thee, Thou living Bread! 
And long to feast upon Thee still ; 

We drink of Thee, the Fountain Head, 
And thirst our souls from Thee to fill. 



4 Our restless spirits yearn for Thee, 
Where'er our changeful lot is cast; 

Glad, when Thy gracious smile we see, 
Bless'd, when our faith can hold Thee fast 

5 O Jesus! ever with us stay; 

Make all our moments calm and bright; 
Chase the dark night of sin away; 
Shed o'er the world Thy holy light. 

Lat., Bernard of Clairvaux, 1140. 
Tr., Ray Palmer, 1858. 



C26 Dundee, c. m. 



Andro Hart's "Psalter." 1615. 



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"®he ^Sorb^s ^Supper. 

5 2 7 

2 While all our hearts, and all our songs, Arise, my soul! my joyful powers! 
Join to admire the feast; Aud triumph in my God; 

Each of us cry, with thankful tongues, — Awake, my voice! and loud proclaim 
" Lord! why was I a guest ? His glorious grace abroad. 

3 " Why was I made to hear Thy voice, 2 He raised me from the deeps of sin, 
And enter while there's room, The gates of gaping hell; 

When thousands make a wretched choice, And fixed my standing more secure, 
And rather starve than come ? Thau 't was before I fell. 



4 'T was the same love that spread the 
Compelled us sweetly in; 

Else we had still refused to taste, 
And perished in our sin. 

5 Pity the nations, O our God! 
Constrain the earth to come; 

Send Thy victorious word abroad, 
And bring the strangers home. 

6 We long to see Thy churches full, 
That all the chosen race 

May, with one voice, and heart, and 
Sing Thy redeeming grace. 

Isaac Watts, 

C 2 8 St. Salvador. 

KEY Bb. 



feast, 3 The arms of everlasting love, 
Beneath my soul He placed; 
And on the Rock of Ages set 
My slippery footsteps fast. 

4 Jesus the Lord, invites us here, 
To His triumphal feast; 

And brings immortal blessings down 
For each redeemed guest. 

5 Arise, my soul! awake, my voice! 
And tunes of pleasure sing; 

soul, Loud hallelujahs shall address 
My Saviour and my King. 



L. M. 



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Emilio Pieraccini, 1848. 



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2 How blest are they, who still abide 3 What are our works, but sin and death, 

Close sheltered in Thy bleeding side ! Tdl Thou Thy quick'ning Spirit breathe ? 

Who thence their life and strength derive, Thou giv'st the power Thy grace to move; 

And by Thee move, and in Thee live. Oh! wondrous grace! Oh! boundless love! 

N. L. Zinzcndorf. Tr. ,John Wesley, 1739. 



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2 Thy body, broken for my sake, 
My bread from heaven shall be; 

Thy testamental cup I take, 
And thus remember Thee. 

3 Gethsemane can I forget ? 
Or there Thy conflict see, 

Thine agony and bloody sweat, 
And not remember Thee ? 

4 When to the cross I turn mine eyes, 
And rest on Calvary, 

O Lamb of God, my sacrifice! 
I must remember Thee: — 

5 Remember Thee, and all Thy pains, 
And all Thy love to me! — 

Yea, while a breath, a pulse remains, 
Will I remember Thee. 

6 And when these failing lips grow dumb, 
And mind and mem'ry flee; 

When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom come, 
Jesus! remember me. 

James Montgomery, 1825. 



2 Oh ! shall not warmer accents tell 
The gratitude we owe 

To Him, who died, our fears to quell — 
Our more than orphan's woe ? 

3 While yet His anguished soul surveyed 
Those pangs He would not flee, 

What love His latest words displayed, — 
"Meet, and remember me!" 

3 Remember Thee!- Thy death, Thy shame, 

Our sinful hearts to share! — 
O mem'ry! leave no other name 

But His recorded there. 

Gerard T. Noel, 1813. 



531 



53' 



Ik human kindness meets return, 
And owns the grateful tie; 

If tender thoughts within us burn, 
To feel a friend is nigh ; — 



For ever here my rest shall be, 

Close to Thy bleeding side; 
This all my hope, and all my plea, — 

For me the Saviour died. 

2 My dying Saviour, and my God! 
Fountain for guilt and sin! 

Sprinkle me ever with Thy blood! 
And cleanse and keep me clean. 

3 Th' atonement of Thy blood apply, 
Till faith to sight improve, 

Till hope shall in fruition die, 
And all my soul be love. 

Char Us Wesley, 1740. 



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2 Room, in the Saviour's bleeding heart; 
There love and pity meet; 

Nor will He bid the soul depart, 
That trembles at His feet. 

3 Oh! come, and, with His children, taste 
The blessings of His love: 

While hope attends the sweet repast 
Of nobler joys above. 

4 There, with united heart and voice, 
Before th' eternal throne, 

Ten thousand thousand souls rejoice, 
In ecstasies unknown. 

5 And yet ten thousand thousand more 
Are welcome still to come; 

Ye longing souls! the grace adore, 
Approach, there yet is room. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 

533 

There is a fountain filled with blood, 
Drawn from Immanuel's veins; 

And sinners, plunged beneath that flood, 
Lose all their guilty stains. 

2 The dying thief rejoiced to see 

That fountain in his day; 
And there have I, as vile as he, 

Washed all my sins away. 



3 Dear dying Lamb! Thy precious blood 
Shall never lose its power, 

Till all the ransomed church of God 
Be saved to sin no more. 

4 E'er since, by faith, I saw the stream 
Thy flowing wounds supply, 

Redeeming love has been my theme, 
And shall be, till I die. 

5 Then, in a nobler, sweeter song, 
I'll sing Thy power to save, 

When this poor lisping, stamm'ring tongue 
Lies silent in the grave. 

William Ce-zvper, 1772. 



534 



Thy head, the crown of thorns that wears, 
With brightest radiance glows; 

That face, so marred with blood and tears, 
Transcendeut beauty shows. 

2 Those wounded hands, stretched out so 
Proclaim the sinner's Friend, [wide, 

And, from the cleft of Thy pierc'd side, 
Life-giving streams descend. 

3 By men despised, rejected, scorned, — 
No beauty they can see, — 

With grace and glory all adorned, 
The loveliest form to me. 

Thomas Havjeis, 1792. 



^he ^ov&s. ^Supper. 



535 


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Lowell Mason, 1830 


Key b\z. 












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I have done ; 


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In, 


f, .f, In, 


< i 


quit the hopes I 


held be-fore, 


To 


trust the mer 


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of Thy Son. 


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2 Now, for the love I bear His name, 
What was my gain, I count but loss; 

My former pride I call my shame, 
And nail my glory to His cross. 

3 Yes, and I must, and will, esteem 
All things but loss for Jesus' sake; 

Oh! may my soul be found in Him, 
And of His righteousness partake. 

4 The best obedience of my hands 
Dares not appear before Thy throne; 

But faith can answer Thy demands, 
By pleading what my Lord has done. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



536 



Lord! I am Thine, entirely Thine, 
Purchased and saved by blood divine; 
With full consent Thine I would be, 
And own Thy sovereign right in me. 

2 Grant one poor, sinner more a place, 
Among the children of Thy grace; 

A wretched sinner, lost to God, 
But ransomed by Immanuel's blood. 

3 Thine would I live, Thine would I die, 
Be Thine through all eternity; 



The vow is past beyond repeal; 
Now will I set the solemn seal. 

4 Here,at that cross, where flows 1he blood 
That bought my guilty soul for God, 
Thee my new Master now I call, 
And consecrate to Thee my all. 

Saviuel Davits, 1760. 



537 



Now I resolve, with all my heart, 

With all my powers, to serve the Lord ; 

Nor from His percepts e'er depart, 
Whose service is a rich reward. 

2 Oil! be His service all my joy! — 
Around let my example shine, 

Till others love the blest employ, 
And join in labors so divine. 

3 Be this the promise of my soul, 
My solemn, my determined choice, 

To yield to His supreme control, 
And, in His kind commands, rejoice. 

4 Oh! may I never faint nor tire, 

Nor wand'ring leave His sacred ways; 
Great God! accept my soul's desire, 
And give me strength to live Thy praise. 

Anna Steele, 1760. 



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s 


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owe to Thee, 
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2 The evil of my former state 
Was mine, aud only mine; 

The good in which I now rejoice, 
Is Thine, and only Thine. 

3 The darkness of my former state, 
The bondage, all was mine; 

The light of life, in which I walk, 
The liberty is Thine. 

4 Thy grace first made me feel my sin, 
It taught me to believe ; 

Then, in believing, peace I found, 
And now I live, I live. 

5 All that I am, ev'n here on earth, 
All that I hope to be, 

When Jesus comes, and glory dawns, 
I owe it, Lord! to Thee. 

Horatius Bonar, 1850. 



539 



My God! accept my heart this day, 
And make it always Thine, 

That I from Thee no more may stray, 
No more from Thee decline. 

2 Before the cross of Him who died, 

Behold I prostrate fall; 
Let every sin be crucified; 

Let Christ be all in all. 



3 May the dear blood once shed for me, 
My bless'd atonement prove, 

That I, from first to last, may be 
The purchase of Thy love. 

4 Let every thought, and work, and word, 
To Thee be ever given ; 

Then life shall be Thy service, Lord! 
And death the gate of heaven. 

Matthew Bridges, 1848. 

54° 

O Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 

One God in persons Three! 
We come in faith to count the cost, 

And give ourselves to Thee. 

2 We seek to serve no other King, 
Follow no other Guide, 

Nor earth, nor any earthly thing 
Shall tear us from Thy side. 

3 We seek to know no other love, 
Save what we love in Thee; 

And Thee we choose, all else above, 
Our chiefest love to be. 

4 Thy blood our only treasure is, 
Thy cross our chosen part; 

Thy sacrament our highest bliss, 
Our home, Thy sacred heart. 

Anon, 1862. 



"©he ,-SLotrb^s .Supper. 



54I Olivet. 




6s 


& 4S 








Lowbll Mason, 1832. 


Key E>. 










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to Thee, 


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< Sav - iour di - 


vine! 






Now hear me 


while I pray, 




Take all my > 


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s :— 


1- 


:— 


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let 


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from this day, Be 


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54: 



2 May Thy rich grace impart 
Strength to my faulting heart; 

My zeal inspire; 
As Thou hast died for me, 
Oh! may my love to Thee 
Pure, warm, and changeless be, 

A living fire! 

3 While life's dark maze I tread, 
And griefs around me spread, 

Be Thou my Guide; 
Bid darkuess turn to day, 
Wipe sorrow's tears away, 
Nor let me ever stray 

From Thee aside. 

4 When ends life's transient dream. 
When death's cold, sullen stream 

Shall o'er me roll, 
Blest Saviour! then, in love, 
Fear and distrust remove; 
Oli! bear me safe above, 

A ransomed soul! 

Ray Palmer, 18 



Peace, peace I leave with you, 
My peace I give to you, 

Trust to My care! 
Thus the Redeemer said, 
And bowed His sacred head, 
Lone in the garden shade. 

Wrestling in prayer. 

2 Peace, peace I leave with you, 
My peace I give to you, 

Perfect and pure; 
Not as the world doth give, 
Words that the soul deceive, 
Ye who in Me believe 

Shall rest secure. 

3 Peace, peace, I leave with you, 
My peace I give to you, 

Though foes invade; 
All power is given to Me, 
I will your refuge be, 
Now and eternally, 

Be not dismayed! 

Thomas Hastings, 1856. 



^©hc £Lov&& Supper. 



543 

To God, — the Father, Son, 
And Spirit, — Three iu One, 
All praise be given I 

C44 Louvan. l. m. 

KEY At? 



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us 


sing 


the 


song 


of 


songs 


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hearts and 


voic - 


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swell 


the 


:d 


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Is 


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d :- 


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Crown Him in every song: 
To Him your hearts belong; 
Let all His praise prolong — 
On earth, in heaven. 

EJlwin F. Hatfield, 1843. 
Virgil C. Taylor, 1847. 



f :- 

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strain; 

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d~Ti,:r 


d :— :i. 


s, :— :s, 


s. :— 


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hom - age 


which to 


Christ, be- 


longs ;"Wor- 


thy the 


Lamb, for 


He was 


slain !" 


:t, 


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2 Slain to redeem us by His blood, 
To cleanse from every sinful stain, 

And make us kings and priests to God; 
"Worthy the Lamb, for He was slain!" 

3 To Him, who suffered on the tree, 
Our souls, at His soul's price to gain, 

All blessing, praise and glory be! — 

"Worthy the Lamb, for He was slain!'' 

4 To Him, enthroned by filial right, 

All power in heaven and earth pertain, 
All honor, majesty, and might; — 

" Worthy the Lamb, for He was slain!" 

5 Come, Holy Spirit! from on high, 
Our faith, our hope, our love sustain, 

Through life we sing, and dying, cry, — 
"Worthy the Lamb, for He was slain L" 

James Montgomery, 1853. 



2 'T was He that cleansed our foulest sins, 
And washed us in His richest blood; 

'T is He that makes us priests and kings, 
And brings us rebels near to God. 

3 To Jesus, our atoning Priest, 
To Jesus, our superior King, 

Be everlasting power confessed, 
And every tongue His glory sing. 

4 Behold on flying clouds He comes, 
And every eye shall see Him move; 

Tho with our sins we pierced Him once, 
Still He displays His pard'ning love. 

5 The unbelieving world shall wail, 
While we rejoice to see the day; 

Come, Lord! not let Thy promise fail, 
Nor let Thy chariots long delay. 



545 



54 6 



Isaac Watts, 1707. 



Now to the Lord, that makes us know 
The wonders of His dying love, 

Be humble honors paid below. 

And strains of nobler praise above. 



Jesus, Thou everlasting King! 
Accept the tribute which we bring; 
Accept the well-deserved renown, 
And wear our praises as Thy crown. 



^She s$Lov&& ,-Supper. 



2 Let every act of worship be, 
Like our espousals, Lord! to Thee; — 
Like the dear hour, when, from above, 
We first received Thy pledge of love. 



3 Each foil' wing minute as it flies, 
Increase Thy praise, improve our joys; 
Till we are raised to sing Thy name, 
At the great supper of the Lamb. 

Isaac IVatts, 1707. 



838. 



jj.7 Communion. 


I OS. 








b 


elix Mendelssohn, i 


KEY Et>. 

in :— |r :- .d 
s, :— is, :- .d 

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a :— 

Lord! 


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to 


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li 

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Id 

ther 


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hand, 


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ta :— 11 :-.s 


prom 

f :— 


ise, 
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and 
f 


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bey 

Is 


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I .f 


call. 
Pi I— 


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r :— 


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r 


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Is, 


I- .s. 


d I— 


1— I- 



r r 

\ s I— 



2 I am not worthy to be thought Thy child, 
Nor sit the last and lowest at Thy board ; 

Too long a wanderer aud too oft beguiled, 
I only ask one reconciling word. 

3 And is not mercy Thy prerogative — 
Free mercy, boundless, fathomless, 

divine ? 
Me, Lord! — the chief of sinners, — me for- 
give, 
And Thinethe greater glory, — only Thine. 



4 I hear Thy voice; Thou bids't me come 

and rest; 
I come, I kneel, I clasp Thy pierced feet; 
Thou bid'stmetake myplace,awelcome guest, 
Among Thy saints, and of Thybanquet eat. 

5 My praise can only breathe itself in pray'r, 
My prayer can only lose itself in Thee, 

Dwell thou forever in my heart, and there, 
Lord! let me sup with Thee: sup Thou 
with me. 

E. H. Bicker steth, 1870. 



'©He s$-ov&£> Supper. 

548 

Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face to face; 

Here would I touch and handle things unseen; 
Here grasp with firmer hand the eternal grace, 

And all my weariness upon the lean. 

2 Here would I feed upon the bread of God; 
Here drink with Thee the royal wine of heaven; 

Here would I lay aside each earthly load, 
Here taste afresh the calm of sin forgiven. 

3 This is the hour of banquet and of song, 
This is the heavenly Table spread for me; 

Here let me feast, and, feasting, still prolong- 
The brief bright hour of fellowship with Thee. 

4 Too soon we rise; the symbols disappear; 

The Feast, though not the Love, is past and gone; 
The Bread and Wine remove; but Thou art here, 
Nearer than ever; still my Shield and Sun. 

5 I have no help but Thine; nor do I need 
Another arm save Thine to lean upon: 

It is enough, my Lord: enough, indeed; 

My strength is in Thy might, Thy might alone. 

6 I have no wisdom, save in Him Who is 
My Wisdom and my Teacher, both in one; 

No wisdom can I lack while Thou art wise, 
No teaching do I crave, save Thine alone. 

7 Mine is the sin, but Thine the Righteousness; 
Mine is the guilt, but Thine the cleansing Blood; 

Here is my robe, my refuge, and my peace, 

Thy blood, Thy Righteousness, O Lord my God! 

8 I know that deadly evils compass me, 
Dark perils threaten, yet I would not fear, 

Nor poorly shrink, nor feebly turn to flee; 

Thou! my Christ, art buckler, sword, and spear. 

9 But see, the Pillar-Cloud is rising now, 

And moving onward through the desert night; 
It beckons, and I follow; for I know 
It leads me to the heritage of Light. 

10 Feast after feast thus comes, and passes by; 
Yet, passing, points to the glad Feast above, 

Giving sweet foretastes of the festal joy, 

The Lamb's great bridal feast of bliss and love. 

Horatius Bonar, 1856. 



^he ^Sorb^s ,-Supper. 



>4^ US1 


tvestry. 


I2S & I 


IS. 




J- 


B. Dykhs, 1869. 


Key Efc>. 


p 


n :n |r In 


s I- |f I- 


pi Ir |n 


it 


n I— |r I— 


f If |n If 


1 I- |S I- 


s, :d |d :d 


d I— |r I— 


d Ir |d 


Ir 


d I- It, I- 


li Ir |r Ir 


r I— |n I— 


Great and glorious 


Fa - ther, 


humbly we 


a- 


dore Thee, 


Poor and weak a 


ad help - less 


s :s |f is 


s I— |s I— 


s Is |d 


11 


s I— s I — 


f 11 |s 11 


1 I- |1 I- 


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n I- It, I- 


d It, |1, 


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in 


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t,:-l-:- 


d Id |t, 


Id 


d It| pi Ir 


delde |de Ide 


r I— |r I— 


sinners in Thine 


eyes; 


Yet, in meek 


o - 


be - dience, 


low we fall be- 


fore Thee, 


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s Is s 


Is 


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r I-l-I- 


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on-ly Je - sus' 


sac - ri 


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fice. 


A - - - 


men. 


n In |s Is 


d If .pi Ir 


n I— |f 


I— 


n I-l-I- 


f : — Ir I- 


n I-l-I- 


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si : — |s, 


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d I-l-I- 


s,:-i-:- 


d I-l-I- 



2 Bowed beneath Thy footstool, yet with boldness pleading 
This the only plea on which our hope relies, 

Unto Thee, O Father, all Thy mercy needing, 
Make we this memorial of Christ's sacrifice. 

3 To our fellow sinners we repeat the story, 
'Tis the gospel story pictured to our eyes, 

Ever iu this service, till He comes in glory, 
Showing forth the Saviour's priceless sacrifice. 

4 Then, gracious Father, bent in reverence lowly, 
We would taste the pledges we so dearly prize, 

Food that none may dare to take with hands unholy, 
Feasting on the once accepted sacrifice. 

5 Lo! the Lamb once offered reigneth now victorious, 
And the angel choirs adore His sacrifice! 

We too would adore Thee, Saviour, ever raising 

Praises to the Lamb who reigns above the skies. Amen. 

Wm. Walsham, How, 1874. 



©hitohood. 



55° Shelter, p. M. 

KeyF. 



/In.f 

Ut, 

(Ther 
/Is.s 
U.r 



s id' id 1 it 

d :d |d Id 

e's a Friend for little 
s In |f :s 
n Id |r In 



t :i i— :■ 

d :d ,— Id 
chil-dren A • 

f If |- Is 
f If |- In 



f :-.n|f Is 
d v I-.d|t, It, 

bove the bright blue 
1 I-.l |s Is 
r I-.r |S| is. 



Samuel Smith, 1871. 


n 


pi Ir |d Is 


d 


t, It, |d Id 


A 


Friend that nev-er 


s 


s Is is Is 


d 


s If |n In 



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t, It, 



s Is 
r Ir 



mf 

I- In 

I- :d 

Whose 
I- Is 
I- Id 



r II, |t, Id 
I, II, |1| Ife, 
love will nev - er 
f I-.n|r Ir 
f. If. Ife, :r, 



t. : 

S| I 
die: 
r I 
s, I 



Ir 


r I-.r|r In 


f If 


1- If 


:t, 


1, I-.I,|r Ide 


r Ir 


1- Ir 


Un- 


like our friends by 


na- ture, 


Who 


Is 


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1 11 


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Is 


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r Ir 


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ing years, This 
sel— |— Is 
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In 


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wor-thy The 

s If |— In 

fiif. I-Hi 



f 11, |t, Ir 


d I- |- 


r 11, |s, Is, 


s, I- |- 


pre-cious name He bears. 


r Ir |f If 


n :-|- 


r, If, |f, Is, 


d I-l- 



2 There's a rest for little children 
Above the bright blue sky, 

Who love the blessed Saviour 
And to His Father cry, — 

A rest from every trouble. 
From sin and danger free, 

There every little pilgrim 
Shall rest eternally. 

3 There's a home for little children 
Above the bright blue sky, 

Where Jesus reigns in glory, 
A home of peace and joy; 

No home on earth is like it, 
Nor can with it compare, 

For every one is happy, 
Nor can be happier there. 



4 There's a crown for little children 
Above the bright blue sky, 

And all who look to Jesus, 

Shall wear it by-and-by. 
A crown of brightest glory, 

Which He shall sure bestow 
On all who love the Saviour, 

And walk with Him below. 

5 There's a song for little children 
Above the bright blue sky, 

And harps of sweetest music, 

And palms of victory: 
And all above is pleasure, 

And found in Christ alone: 
Oh come, dear little children, 

That all may be your own. 

Albert Midlane, i860. 



©huahoob. 



55 1 



Childhood, c. m. 



Henry F. Kemv, 1862. 



KEY A. 



• S| 


s, :— is, 


d :t, :d 


r l—ls, 


d :- 


:d 


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s, :— :— 


By 


cool Si • 


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shad - y 


rill 


How 


fair the 


lil - 


y 


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ti : — :r, 


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d,:- 


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r :— :t, 

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sweet the 

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breath, he- 
ro Ir In 

s, : — :s. 


r :— :s, 
f,:-:f, 

neath, the 

t,:-:t, 

s,:— :s, 


d :— :d 

ni :— :s, 

hill, Of 

d :- :d 
1, r — In, 


1, :t, :d 
fT^n, 

Shar - on's 
d Ir Ire 
fTT^Ife 


d In Ir 

s, :d :d 

dew - y 
ri Is !fe 

b,:— a. 


r :— i— 


d :- 

d :— 


d :d 
i,:s, 

Amen. 

f In 

«, id, 


t, 1-:- 


rose! 

f :— :— 


n :— 


s,:— :— 


d,:- 



2 Lo! such the child, whose early feet 
The paths of peace have trod, 

Whose sacred heart, with influence sweet, 
Is upward drawn to God. 

3 By cool Siloam's shady rill 
The lily must decay; 

The rose that blooms beneath the hill 
Must shortly fade away. 

4 And soon, too soon, the wint'ry hour 
Of man's maturer age 



Will shake the soul with sorrow's power, 
And stormy passion's rage 

5 O Thou, whose infant feet were found 
Within Thy Father's shrine, 

Whose years, with changeless virtues crown'd 
Were all alike divine: 

6 Dependent on Thy bounteous breath, 
We seek Thy grace alone, 

In childhood, manhood, age and death, 
To keep us still Thine own. Amen. 

Reginald Heber, 1812. 



C C 2 Starlight. L. 



M. 



KeyG. 



s, :d *.r 


d It, Id 


r I— Ir 


n I— I— 


f If Ir 


n I— 


- Ir 


n Ir Id 


s t is, :s. 


s, I— Id 


d I- It, 


d I— I— 


1 , : 1 , is, 


s, I- 


-:s, 


s, I— Is,.f e. 


come, dear 


child, a- 


long with 


me, 


And look on 


yon - 


der 


clear blue 


n In In 


f I— Is 


1 I— Is 


s I — I— 


r Ir If 


n I — 


- Is 


d Ir In.d 


d Id Id 


r I— In 


f Ir Is 


d I— I— 


r Id It, 


d I- 


-:ti 


d It, 11, 



John B. Dykes, 1858. 



r .— Is, 
s, I— Is, 
sky, The 
t,I-Ir 

s,:-:t, 



I 


s, Ir If 


n I— Il| 


1, In Is 


f I— Ir 


r In If 


n Id Ir 


s,:-:t, 


\ 


s, I— Is, 


s, I— 11, 


i,:-:i, 


i,:-:i, 


b, :— is. 


s,:-n, 


s, I— If, 


1 

■ 


moon is 


shin - ing 


bright, you 


see, And 


stars are 


twink- ling 


up on 


1 


r I— Ir 


n ;— In 


n I— In 


f I— If 


f l-.nlr 


n I- If 


n Id Ir 


' 


t,:-:t, 


d I- Id 


del— Ide 


r I— Id 


t,:-it, 


d :-if. 


s, I— Is, 



d I- 

H| I- 
high. 
d I- 
d,I- 



(SLHUdhood. 



2 'Tis there, ray child, far, far above, 
That heaven's eternal kingdom lies, 

There holy angels dwell in. love, 

And tears are wiped from all our eyes. 

3 It is a happy, happy place, 
Without a sorrow, pain, or care, 



There you may see the Saviour's face, 
Who loves to take good children there. 

4 pray each night that God may bless, 
And keep you while on earth you stay, 

And give you endless happiness, 

When from the earth you pass away. 

Cecil F. Alexander, 1848. 



553 StSjrlv 


r este 


IT. 


8s & 


7S. 


John B. Dykes, 1862. 


Key F. 










( 


pi .,n In .pi \v .pi 
d ..did .d :t, .d 


f .s 
dTt, 


In 
:d 


;: 




pi .,pi Ipi .pi Ipi .r 
d „d:d .d :d .d 


r :— 
t, :- 


;= ) 


1 


Je - sus, ten-der, Shepherd, 

s ,,s :s .pi :f .pi 
d .,d:d .d :r .d 


hear 

r 

S| 


me, 
Ipi 

:d~ 


Is 




Bless Thy lit-tle lamb to - 

1 .,1 :i .9 :fe .fe 
1, .,l,:i| i, :r .r 


night ; 

s Ir 

s, :— 


? i 


( 


d .,d :d .d In .s 


s .1 


:n 


• 




r .,r It .r In .r 


d :- 


• 


\ 


d .,1|!S| .d Id .d 


d 


m 


:— 




d ..did .d :t, .t, 


d :— 


:— 




Through the darkness be Th 
pi .,f '.n .pi Is .ta 
d .,d:d .d id .d 


ou near 
1 
f, 


me, 
Is 


In 




Keep me safe till morn-ing 
fe.,felfe .fe Is A 
r .,r '.r A, Is, .s. 


light. 

pi :— 
d :- 


:— 


\ 


Id 


• 



2 All this day Thy hand has led me, 3 How, to all the sick and tearful, 

And I thank Thee for Thy care; Help was ever gladly shown; 

Thou hast clothed me, warmed and fed me, How He sought the poor and fearful, 
Listen to my evening prayer. Called them brothers and His own. 



3 Let my sins be all forgiven, 
Bless the friends I love so well; 

Take me when I die to heaven, 
Happy there with Thee to dwell. 

Mary Lundie Duncan, 1889. 

554 

Ever would I fain be reading, 

In the ancient holy Book, 
Of my Saviour's gentle pleading, 

Truth in every word and look. 

2 How,when children came,He bless'd them. 

Suffered no man to reprove, 
Took them in His arms, and pressed them 

To His heart, with words of love. 



4 How no contrite soul e'er sought Him, 
And was bidden to depart; 

How, with gentle words, He taught him, 
Took the death from out his heart. 

5 Still I read the ancient story,- — ■ 
And my joy is ever new, — 

How for us He left His glory, 
How He still is kind and true; 

6 Let me kneel, my Lord! before Thee, 
Let my heart in tears o'erflow, 

Melted by Thy love adore Thee, 
Bless'd in Thee, 'mid joy or woe. 

Ger., Luise Hcnsel, 1829. 
Tr. , Catherine Winkzuorth, 1858. 



©HrteHoo*. 



555 ( 


^hnstchild. 8 


s 7 s 7 7. 


H. J. Gaintlbtt, 1856. 


KeyG. 






D.C. 


/Is, :t, 


d I-.d|d.t,Id.r 


r Id |d In 


s I- .n |n .r Id .t| 


d I— „ 


( Is, If, 


S| I-.S||S| Is,, t , 


t| Id |s, Id 


d I-.d|l, :s~ 


s, I— 


) Once in 
] Where a 


roy - al Da - vid's 
moth - er laid her 


Oit - y, Stood a 
Ba - by, In a 


low - ly cat - tie 

man - ger for His 


shed, 
bed: 


J |n Ir 
\|d, Ir, 


d I- .n |n .r In .f 
n, I-.d,|s, Is, 


f In n Id 
s, Id |d 11, 


d I- .s s .f In .r 
n, :-.d,lf, Is, 


n I— 
d, I— 


/U :i 


s :-.d|f if 


P 

n I— |1 11 


s I- .n In .r Id .t. 


d I— 


\ d Id 

< Ma - ry 


d.t,Id.d|d It, 

was that moth - er 


d I— |l,.t,Id.r 

mild, Je - sus 


s,.t|Id .s,|l. Is, 

Christ that lit - tie 


s, I— 

child. 


hi if 


n .f Is .n |r Is 
d.r!n.d|S| Is, 


s I— |f If 

d :- im,:Mi 


n .r In .s s .f In .r 

<i i^.d if7~ :s7~ 


n I— 
d, I- 



2 Oh, our eyes at last shall see Him, 
Through His own redeeming love, 

For that child so dear and gentle 
Is our God in heaven above; 

And He leads His children on 

To the j)lace where He is gone. 

5 c 6 Pastor. 8s 7s & 4. 



Key F. 

n Id |d It, 

d Is, |s, Is, 

Sav - iour, like a 

s In |r Ir 

d Id |S| IS) 



f Ir |r Id 

S| IS, |S| IS| 
shep-herd lead ns, 

r If |f In 

t, Is, |d Id 



c. t. 

rs Id' 

t.n Is 

In Thy 

sd 1 Id 1 

s,d In 



Id 1 It 

s Is 

pleas-ant 

Ir 1 Ir' 

Is Is, 



:r 



1 
f II 

pas-tures 
r 1 Ir 1 
r If 



3 Not in that poor lowly stable, 

With the oxen standing by, 
We shall see Him; but in heaven, 

Set at God's right hand on high; 
When like stars His children crowned 
All in white shall wait around. 

Cecil F. Alexander, 1848. 



s In 
d Id 

Much we 
s Ise 
ni In, 



r' 


Id' 


d 1 


If 


1 


11 


1 


I la 


feed 


us; 


For 


our 


n 1 


In' 


d 1 


It 


1 


11. 


f 


Ir 



|n .r In .f 
|d :d ~ 

need Thy 
|1 II 
If. Ir, 



n 1 


I-.r' 


s 


I-.f 


use 


Thy 


d' 


11 


n 


If 





J. H. W 


ILLCOX. 


n 


I-.r |d 


I 


d 


It, Id 


I — 


ten 


der care; 




s 


If |n 


I — 


s. 


Is, |d 

f. F. 




d 1 


It |d's 


I — 


n 


Ir.f |"t. 


• 


folds 


pre - pare. 




s 


Is | er 


I — 


s 


IS, |ds, 


I — 



©Httehood. 



i :t 


Id' 


Is 


f Ipi 


|n 


Ir 


d :wi.,fil«i :ii 


r It, 


Id I- 


d :r 


Id 


:d 


r Id 


Id 


It, 


d lPi|.,f||s, Id 


1. Is, 


|s, I- 


Bless-ed 


Je 


- sus, 


Bless-ed 


Je 


- sus, 


Thou hast bought us, 


Thine we 


are. 


i :s 


Is 


:s 


s Is 


Is 


Is 


d In.,f |s Is 


f If 


|n I- 


f :f 


|Pl 


In 


t, Id 


Is, 


Is, 


d Ipi,.,f,|s, Id| , 


f. Is, 


|d I- 



2 Thou hast promised to receive us, 
Poor and sinful thougli we be; 

Thou hast mercy to relieve us; 

Grace to cleanse, and power to free I 

Blessed Jesus! 
Let us early turn to Thee. 

3 Early let us seek Thy favor, 
Early let us do Thy will; 

Holy Lord, our only Saviour! 
With Thy grace our bosom fill: 

Blessed Jesus! 
Thou hast loved us, love us still. 

Dorothy Ann Thrupp, 1838. 

C C 8 Innocents. 7s. 



557 



Once was heard the song of children, 
By the Saviour, when on earth; 

Joyful, in the sacred temple, 

Shouts of youthful praise had birth, 

And hosannas 
Loud to David's Son broke forth. 

2 God o'er all, in heaven reigning! 

We this day Thy glory sing; 
Not with palms Thy pathway strewing, 

We would loftier tribute bring, — 
Glad hosannas 

To our Prophet, Priest and King. 

Anon, 1843. 
F. A. G. Ousklev, 1S67. 



KEY ( 


















PI Is 


Id- 


11 


s 


If |n I— 


r Is 


Is 


I-.l 


t 11 |s 


d Ir 


Id 


I-.f 


pi 


Ir |d I— 


r Ir 


|P1 .s 


Is 


s I f e | s 


Je - sus, 


Say 


- iour, 


Son 


of Sod, 


Who for 


me 


life's 


path-way trod, 


s Is 


11 


Id 1 


d 1 


I-.t|d' I— 


s It 


|d' 


In' 


r' I-.d'|t 


d It, 


Hi 


If 


s 


Is, |d I- 


t, Is, 


Id 


:i> 


r Ir |s 


s 11 


If 


11 


s 


I-.f|n I— 


d' It 


U 


Is 


f Ir |d 


pi Ide 


Ir 


If 


r 


:t, id :- 


n Ir 


Id 


Ita, 


1, :t, id 


Who for 


me 


be - 


cam* 


a child ; 


Make me 


hum 


- ble, 


meek, and mild. 


1 11 


U 


It .d' 


r 1 


Is ,S I— 


1 I-.se|l 


In 


f If |n 


de 11, 


Ir 


:-"Td 


t, 


Is, |d I- 


li In 


If 


Ide 


r Is, |d 



2 I Thy little lamb would be 
Jesus, I would follow Thee; 
Samuel was Thy child of old 
Take me, too, within Thy fold. 



3 Teach me how to pray to Thee, 
Make me holy, heavenly; 
Let me love what Thou dost love, 
Let me live with Thee above. 

Anon, 1833. 



(EHUbhoob. 



CC<p Hosanna. 7s & 6s. 

KEY Eb- Allegro. 



Berthold Tours, 1872. 



m.f 


s 


Id 1 


It 


:i 


s : — 


|n 


Id.r 


n :d .r |n 


Ir 


d :— 


:n 


r 


:d 


Id 


:d 


d :— 


Id 


Id - 


t, Id - d 


:t, 


d :— 


When, 


His 


sal - 


va - 


tion 


bring 


ing, 


. To 


Si - on Je - 


sns 


came, 


id 1 


t 


:i 


|s 


:f 


Pi '.— 


Id 


In 


n :pi .f |s 


If 


pi :— 


:d 


d 


:d 


|f. 


h :M 


d :— 


Id 


:ii 


se t Hi |S| 


:s, 


d :— 


Bb. t 
:ni,.t. 


d 


:f 


|pi 


:r 


d :— 


U, 


:U 


d :i,.t,|d 


:t. 


i. :— 


:df, 


S| 


: se. 


li 


:n, 


H| :— 


|P1, 


:i, 


s, :f, |n. 


In, 


pi, :— 


The 


chil 


- dren 


all 


stood 


sing - 


ing, 


Ho - 


san - nas to 


His 


name; 


.'ad 


d 


:t, 


|m 


:se. 


i. :- 


Id 


:f 


pi :r |1, 


:se,.r 


d :— 


'Ml 


pi, 


• T| 


Id, 


:t 2 


h :- 


H, 


:f. 


d, Ir, |n, 


:pi. 


1. :- 


f 

:d 


d 
ta, 


Td" 

:i, 


|r 


:f 

Ila, 


n :— 
s, :— 


Id 

Is, 


:d.r 


pi :d.r|pi 
n, :i, |s, 


f. 

Ir 

:f. 


El7. 

ds :— 

n,t, : — 


Nor 


did 


their 


zeal 


of - 


fend 


Him, 


But, 


as He rode 


a - 


long, 


Id.r 


n 


:t 


|f .r 


'.r 


pi :— 


|P1 


:d 


s, In .r |d .1 


lit, 


ds :- 


:i7 


S| 


If i.m 


IM 


,:t 2 


d, :- 


Id 


:i. 


d, I fe , | S| 


:s. 


d.s, :- 


mf 

'.a 


d> 


Is 


s 


:f 


pi :— 


Id 


p 

Id.r 


n Id .r | pi 


:r 


d :— 


:t, 


d 


:aa 


U. 


:y, 


sei :— 


11. 


:ii 


S| : f e 1 |S| 


:s, 


S| :— 


He 


let 


them 


still 


at - 


tend 


Him 


And 


smiled to hear their 


song. 


:f 


pi 


:d 


Id 


:r .d 


t> :- 


Id 


:d 


d :d |d 


:t,.f 


n :— 


:s, 


1, 


:n, 


Hi' 


:r, 


pi, :— 


U. 


:f. 


pi, :r, |s, 


:s, 


d :— 



:- I- 



:- I- 



:- I- 



2 And, since the Lord retaineth 

His love for children still, 
Though now as King He reigneth 

On Sion's heavenly hill; 
We'll flock around His banner 

Who sits upon His throne, 
And cry aloud, — " Hosanna 

To David's royal Son 1 " 



3 For, should we fail proclaiming 

Our great Redeemer's praise, 
The stones, our silence shaming, 

Would their hosannas raise: 
But shall we only render, 

The tribute of our words ? 
No! while our hearts are tender, 

They, too, shall be the Lord's. 

John Ki7ig, 1830. 



(Shitohoo*. 



560 Hermas. 6s & 5s. 

Key A. 
/ 



n :-.n |pi Ir d '.— ]1| I— 

S| :-.S||S| :si n, :— |ni :— 

Brightly gleams ou r ban - ner, 

d :.d|d :t, d :-|d :— 
d, :-.d,|n ; is, i, s — |i a :— 



f l-jn |r : d 

f. :-.8iH. :ii 

Point-ingto the 
r I .de|r :r 
r, :-.n,|f| :«e. 



Frances Ridley Havergal, 1871. 



t. :-i 
81 :- 

sky, 

r :- 

si :— I 



s : r |n : f 
b, :t,|d :t, 

Waving on Christ' 

t, :rjs :s 

s, If,|pi, Ir, 



pi :— |d :- 
d :- is, : 

s sol - diers 
S I— I PI :- 

d, :- |d :- 



r :.d|t, :i, 

s, : .i,|s, : fe 

To their home on 
r I-.P1 |r I d 
t, I.d|r :r, 



s, :— 

s, :- 

high! 

t. :- 

s, :-| 



s, : s, ;i, :t, 

s, :s, |s, :s. 

Marching thro the 

t, :t,|d :r 

s, :s, is, :s, 



r :— |d 

s, :— |s, 

des - ert 
f I— |Pl 

s, :— |s, 



d : d jf :t 
d :d |d :m, 

Glad-ly thus we 
pi '. pi |n I r.d 
I, :i, |r, :r, 



n :- 
se,I- 

pray, 

t, :- 



d : r 1 pi : f 

pii !-.ni|l. Id 
Still with hearts u 

i, :t, id :d 
ii :-.i,n, :i, 



s :-|s, 
si :— Is, 

nit - ed, 

t. :-|d 

s, I— |m, 



1, 


If 


|pi 


Ir 


i, 


Hi 


Id 


:t. 


Sing-ing on 
d : r |n 


our 
If 


fi 


Ir, 


Is, 


Is, 



d :- 
d :- 

way — 
Pi I— 
d,I- 



/ Chorus. 



n I-.n |pi I r 


d I- 11, 


d :-.d|d It, 


d I— |n. 


Brightlygleams ou 


r ban - ner, 


s I-.S |s I f 


pi I— |d 


d, :-.d,|n. Is, 


i. ML 



f I -.pi |r Id 

f. :-.s,|i, :i, 

Point-ing to the 
r I-.de|r Ir 
r, I-.Pi,|f, : fe, 



ti I- 

s, I- 
sky, 
r I- 
s, I- 



d I r |n I f 

ii. I fi Is, 1 1 
Waving on Christ 
d Id |d Id 

ii : ii Is, if 



>l 



s I- I 
s, I— |s, I- 
'ssol - diers, 
d I— |d I 
pi, I— |pi, I- 



1, 


If 


In 


Ir 


f, 


:i, 


Id 


:t. 


To their home on 


d 


Ir 


|n 


if 


f. 


:r, 


Is, 


Is, 



d I- 
d I- 

high. 
PI I- 

d, I- 



2 Pattern of our childhood 

Once Thyself a child, 
Make our childhood holy, 

Pure, and meek, and mild. 
All our days direct us 

In the way we go, 
Lead us on victorious, 

Over every foe. 

Brightly gleams, etc. 



3 Then with Saints and Angels 

May we join above, 
Offering prayers and praises 

At Thy throne of love; 
When the toil is over 

Then comes rest and peace, 
Jesus in His beauty, — 

Songs that never cease. 
Brightly gleams, etc. 

Thomas J. Potter , i860, ab. 



(SKttbhooi). 



56 



I Zion's King. 10s & us. p. 

Key E>. 



John B. Dykes, 1874. 



/ 

In 


n 


:d 


In 


Is 


; — 


Is .s 


1 :t 


:d' 


Id' 


; — 


Is .s 


:n 


n 


:d 


In 


Is 


id 


In.n 


f is 


:i 


In 


:— 


:n .n 


Ho - 


san 


- na 


we 


sing, 




like the 


child - 


ren 


dear, 




In the 


in 


n 


:d 


lf\ 


Is 


:— 


:d'.t 


1 :s 


:i 


Is 


:— 


Is .s 


In 


n 


:d 


In 


Is 


In 


Id.d 


d :- 


:d 


Id 


:— 


:d.t, 



s ^d' ItA 

n I— I re 

rai - ment 

d 1 :s lie 

d :— Id 



d> Id 1 


Id 1 


|t 


Ir' Id' 


t 


I— 


11 


Is 


• — 


P 
Is 


s 


Is 


Is 


Is 


Id' Is 


n Id 


Ir 


|r 


;r In 


r 


I— 


Id 


It, 


I— 


Is,.l, 


t, 


Id 


Ir 


Id 


Id Ita, 


eld - 
1 IS 


en 
11 
lie 


days 

|t 

I s 


when the 
Is Is 
It, Id 


Lord 
s In 


lived here 
Ife |s 
Ir |s. 


I— 


He 

:t,.d 

Is, 


bless'd lit- 
r In 
s, I s, 


tlecl 

If 

Is, 


iild - 
|n 


ren and 
In Ide 


1, In 


r 


I— 


Is, 


IS| Is, 


s Is 


I s 


Is 


Bt?. t 

I— Ud.d 


f 


in 


Ir 


Id 


:t, 


•'li 


n 




f. 

Ise, 


Efc 


ff 
I— Is.s 


t, Id 


Ir 


|pi 


I— >l,.l, 


f, 


:fi 


:*■ 


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In, 


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smil'd 

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on 
If 


them, 
|n 


While they 
I— Isd.d 


chant-ed 
r Id 


ffis 

:t, 


praise in 
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S IS 


we 
Id' 
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sing, 
|r' 

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like the 
I-.d' 1 1 
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child 
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d~~P 


ren 
Is 
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bright With their 
|d' I— Ir'.d 1 
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harps 
t It 
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of 
Id' 
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gold 

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ta, Ita, Ita, |ta, II, I Vt, 

fol - low their Shep - herd with 
s If Is .PI If II 
d Id Id |d If Ir 



fe In 


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:- :- |- :- 
:- :- |- :- 



2 Hosanna we sing, for He bends His ear, 
And rejoices the hymns of His own to hear; 
We know that His heart will never wax cold 
To the lambs that He feeds in His earthly fold. 
Alleluia we sing in the church we love, 
Alleluia resounds in the church above; 
To Thy little ones, Lord, may such grace be given, 
That we lose not our part in the song of heaven. 

George Samuel Hodges, 1874. 



C62 Eden. 7s & 6s. 



St. Alban's Tune Book, 1865 



KeyD. 
















In 


n 


I- .n In .n 


s 


If 


If .PI 


r 


I- .r Is .f 


n I 


Id 


d 


I- .d Id .d 


n 


Ir 


Ir .d 


t, 


I- .d Ir .t, 


d I 


The 


voice 


that breathed o'er 


E - 


den, 


That 


ear 


liest wedding 


day, 


Is 


s 


I- .s Ise.l 


ta 


11 


Is 


s 


I- .fe Is .s 


s I 


Id 


d 


I- .d Id .d 


de 


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It, .d 


S| 


I- .1, It,.s, 


d I 


In .f 


s 


I- .pi Id' .t 


t 


11 


11 


s 


I- .f In .r 


d 


lifTr 


n 


I- .n In .r 


d 


Id 


Ide 


r 


I- .r :t,.t, 


d I 


The" 


pri 


mal marriage 


bless 


- ing, 


It 


has 


not pass'd a - 


way. 


Is .f 


n 


I- .s Ise .se 


1 


11 


Is 


1 


I- .la Is .f 


n I 


In .r 


d 


I- .d In .n 


f 


If 


In 


r 


I- .f, Is,.s, 


d 



2 Still in the pure espousal 
Of christian man and maid, 

The holy Three are with us, 
The threefold grace is said. 

3 Be present, heav'nly Father, 
To give away this bride, 

As Eve Thou gav'st to Adam 
Out of his own pierc'd side: 

4 Be present, Son of Mary, 
To join their loving hands, 

As Thou didst bind two natures 
In Thine eternal bands! 



5 Be present, holiest Spirit, 
To bless them as they kneel, 

As Thou, for Christ the Bridegroom, 
The heavenly spouse dost seal! 

6 O spread Thy pure wing o'er them, 
Let no ill power find place, 

When onward to Thine altar 
Their hallowed path they trace. 

1 To cast their crowns before Thee 

In perfect sacrifice, 
Till to the home of gladness 

With Christ's own Bride they rise. 

John Keble, 1857. 



^Ke l^ccur. 



C 6 3 Thanksgiving, l. m. 



Francis R. Statham, 1872. 



Key D. 



s Is Is 


d' I— If 


n I— Ir 


s I— Is 


d' I— 11 


r 1 Is 11 


t I— 11 


n In Ir 


d I— Id 


d I- It, 


d I- It, 


d In Ir 


r It, Ide 


r I- Id 


Great God! let 
s Is Is 
d Id It, 


all my 
s If If 


tune - ful 
s I— Is 

s, I- If 


Dowers A - 
s I— If 

n I— Ir 


wake, and 
pi Is Ife 

dT- id 


sing Thy 
s I— Is 
tl IPI IP) 


might - y 
s Ipi Ife 
r I— Ir 



s 

t 

name; 
s I— 



ne; > 



PI In 11 


I Ise 11 


d 1 I— It 


1 I— Is 


d' In If 


s I— Id 


n I— Ir 


d :- :-j 


d Ir Id 


pi Ir Id 


pi I— Ir 


d I— If 


n I— Id 


d I- Id 


d 11, It, 


d I— I- 


Thy hand re- 


volves my 


cir - cling 


hours, — Thy 


hand from 


which my 


be - ing 


came. 


s Ise 11 


t I- 11 


1 I— Ise 


1 I- Ir 1 


s I— 11 


tal— 11 


s I— If 


n I— I— 


d It, 11, 


PI I— If 


d I— In 


li I— It, 


d I— 11, 


nil— Hi 


S| I— IS| 


d :— :-\ 



2 Seasons and moons still rolling round, 
In beauteous order speak Thy praise; 

And years, with smiling mercy crowned, 
To Thee successive honors raise. 

3 To Thee I raise the annual song, 
To Thee the grateful tribute give; 

My God doth still my years prolong, 
And, midst unnuuibered deaths, I live. 

C64 Benevento. 7s. 



KeyF. 
d Id |d Id 

S, IS| |S| IS| 

Thou who roll'st the 

n In |n In 

d Id Id Id 



n I- .r |d 
d I-.t,|d 

year a - round, 
s I- . f |n ; 
d I- .d |d 



i My life, my health, my friends, I owe 
All to Thy vast, unbounded love; 

Ten thousand precious gifts below, 
And hope of nobler joys above. 

5 Thus will I sing, till nature cease, 
Till sense and language are no more, 

And, after death, Thy boundless grace, 
Through everlasting years, adore. 

Ottiwell Heginbotham, 1768. 
Samuel Webbb, 1770. (?). 



r Ir |r Ir 
t, It, |t, It, 

Crowned with mer - cies 
s Is |S Is 
S, IS, |S| Is, 



f 

r 

large 

s 

s, : 



- .n |r 
-.d |t, 

and free, 
-.s |s 
-.s, |s. 



n In 
d Id 

Rich Thy 
That, sus 
s Is 
d Is 



Fine. 



|n Ir 

Id It, 

gifts to 
tained by 
|s Is 
|s If 



s Is Is I 1 .t 
d Ir |d If.f 

us a-bound Warm our 
Thee, we now Bid the 
s It |d* If.s 
n If |n Ir.r 



d 1 I n |n If 

n Id |d Id 

thanks shall rise to 

part - ing year fare 

s Is |1 II 

d Id |1, If, 



r I— 


Id 


ti I— 


Id 


Thee: 
well. 
f I— 


In 


s, I— 


Id 



'©he Ij^ear. 



D.S. 



s Is 


Is 


Is 


t I- .1 |s I— 


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f I- 


.n |r I— 


tl It, 


It. 


It, 


r :-.d|t, I- 


t, It, |t, It, 


r I- 


-d It, I- 


Kind - I7 


to 


our 


wor - ship bow, 


While our grate- ful 


prais - 


es swell. 


r Ir 


Ir 


Ir 


r I- .r |r I— 


S IS 3 IS 


s I- 


• s |s I— 


s, I s, 


Is, 


Is, 


s, I- .s,|s, I— 


S| IS| |S, I S| 


s, I- 


•s,|s, I— 



2 All its numbered days are sped, 

All its busy scenes are o'er, 
All its joys for ever fled, 

All its sorrows felt no more: 
Mingled with th' eternal past, 

Its remembrance shall decay; 
Yet to be revived at last 

At the solemn judgment-day. 



3 All our follies, Lord! forgive; 

Cleanse each heart and make us Thine ; 
Let Thy grace within us live, 

As our future suns decline; 
Then, when life's last eve shall come, 

Happy spirits, let us fly 
To our everlasting home, 

To our Father's house on high. 

Ray Palmer, 1832. 



565 Windsor. 

Key C. Lah is A. 
1 1 It |d' It 
t • n fi In |n In 

A - wake,ye saints! and 

'id' d 1 It |1 Ise 
II, 1 Ise |1 In 



Id 1 
Is 

A • 

In 1 
Id 1 



n 1 Ir 1 |d' It 
s Is |n In 
wake,andpraise that 
d' it |1 Is 
d 1 Is |1 In 



C. M. 










Gborgb Kirbyb, 


1592. 


1 H 


Ise 


Id' 


n' 


Ir' 


|d' It 


d 1 


I — 


1- 


d If 


m 


In 


s 


If 


|n I s 


s 


I— 


1- 


raise yonr eyes, And 
I Ir'.d'lt Id 1 


raise youi 

d 1 11 


voic- es 

|d' Ir' 


hi 

n 1 


gh: 


1- 


f Ir 


In 


Id 


d 


If 


|1 Is 


d 


• — 


1- 


1 11 


ise 


Id' 


t 


11 


|1 Ise 


1 




1- 


d Ir 


|n 


In 


n 


Id 


|f In .r 


d 


I— 


1- 


sovereign love, 
1 11 |t 


That 
11 


shows sal 
s 11 


- va - tion 

Ir'.d'lt 


1 


g h - 


1- 


f If 


|n 


11 


PI 


If 


|r In 


I, 


I— 


J- 



2 On all the wings of time it flies, 
Each moment brings it near; 

Then wlecome each declining day, 
Welcome each closing year! 



3 Ye wheels of nature ! speed your course ; 

Ye mortal powers! decay; 
Fast as ye bring the night of death, 

Ye bring eternal day. 

Philip Doddridge , 1740. 



^Kc l^ecvz. 



;o 


6 Hummel. 


C. 


M. 






H. 0. Zeunhr, 1832. 


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•_ 


.r 


n If 


pi 


I- .s 


f .pi Ir .d 


ti :-• 


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s, n, 


S| I- 


.t, 


d Id 


d 


I- .d 


t, .d Is, . fe, 


s. 


To 
.s, 


praise the 

n :f 


6T 

PI Is 


er- 


boun - teous 
s 11 


Lord ; 
s 


My 
I- .S 


soul! wake all thy 
s .s Is .r 


powers; 
r I- . 


.s. 


d, Id 


d I- 


.s 


d, Id 


d 


IPI 


r .d It, .1, 


s, 


•t, 


t, :t, 
f. :f. 


d .S| Is, 
Pii IH| 




d .pi Ir .d 
s, Isj~ 


d 


It, A 


pi .,r Id .t, 

d .,1, Is, .s, 


d :-. 


• f. 


S| 


I- .t, 


s, I- . 


He 
.r 


calls — and 
r Ir 

S| IS| 


at His 
d Id 
s, Is, 




voice come 
pi .d If .pi 
s, Is, 


forth 
PI 


The 
Ir .s 


smil-ing harvest- 

s .,f Ipi .r 

d, .,t| Is, .s, 


hours. 

PI I- . 


.s, 


S| 


I- .s, 


d, :-. 



2 His covenant with the earth He keeps; 4 His hoary frost, His fleecy snow, 
My tongue! His goodness sing; Descend and clothe the ground 

Summer and winter know their time — The liquid streams forbear to flow, 
His harvest crowns the spring. In icy fetters bound. 



3 Well-pleased the toiling workmen see 
The waving yellow crop; 

With joy they bear the sheaves away, 
And sow again in hope. 

4 Thus teach me, gracious God! to sow 
The seeds of righteousness; 

Smile on my soul, and, with Thy beams, 
The ripening harvest bless. 

John Needham, 1768 



5 He sends His word and melts the snow, 
The fields no longer mourn; 

He calls the warmer gales to blow, 
And bids the spring return. 

6 The changing wind, the flying cloud, 
Obey His mighty word: 

With songs and honors sounding loud, 
Praise ye the sovereign Lord. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



5 6 7 



568 



With songs ana honors sounding loud, 

Address the Lord on high; 
Over the heavens He spreads His cloud, 

And waters veil the sky. 



While beauty clothes the fertile vale, 
And blossoms on the spray, 

And fragrance breathes in every gale, 
How sweet the vernal day! 



2 He sends His showers of blessing down, 2 Oh! let my Avondering heart confess 
To cheer the plains below; With gratitude and love, 

He makes the grass the mountains crown, The bounteous hand, that deigns to bless 
Aud corn in valleys grow. The garden, field, and grove. 



3 His steady counsels change the face 

Of the declining year; 
He bids the sun cut short his race, 

And wintry days appear. 



3 O God of nature, God of grace ! 

Thy heavenly gifts impart, 
And bid sweet meditation trace 

Spring blooming in my heart. 

Anne Steele, 1760. 



£b<xvx>e&L 

C09 St. George's. 7s. 



KEYG. 



n .- .n 

s, :- .S| 

Come, ye 
d I-.d 
d :-.d 



n 

li 

All 
d 

1> 



s 



thank - ful 
r In 

t, :d 



t, :-.t, 

s, :- .s, 

God, our 

r I- .r 

S| I- .S| 



:n 



if 

-ly 
Ir 



r :t, 

s, is, 

Mak - er, 

t. :r 

s, If, 



d ir |m 1— 

1, :t, id :- 

peo - pie, come, 

n :s |s :— 

l, :s, id :— 



pi I- .n |s 

s, :- .s, is. 

Raise the song 
d :-.d |r 



d :r |n 

s, : f 1 |s, 
doth pro - vide 

d :-.t,|d 

pi, :r, |d, 



.pi 

is, 

of 

:d 



d :-.d |t, :d 



D. t. 



r I- .r |n 


:— 


nl 


:t 


Id' 


:t 


s, :s, |s, 


:— 


s id 


ir 


Id 


Ir 


gath - ered in, 




Ere 


the 


win 


• ter 


t, :t, id 


:— 


df 


:t 


Is 


:i 


s, : s, |d, 


•~~~ ' 


df 


:r 


|pi 


:t 



pi 


•_ 


.pi 


Is 


.'pi 


S| 


'.- 


• s, 


Id 


:d 


For 




our 


wants 


to 


d 


'.- 


.d 


|n 


:s 


d. 


',- 


.d, 


Id 


:ta, 



G. J. Eltby, 1859. 



:- ) 



d li I pi 

1, :i, |se, 

Har - vest home: 

pi :t it, :- 

1, :t, |pi, :— 



f. G. 

pi Ir |dS| 

d :t, ids, 

storms be - gin: 
S :-.f |nt, 

S :s, |ds, 



f :s 11 

d :ta, |i, 

be sup - plie 

f I-.Pl |f 

i. :s, if, 



1 :-.iif :r 

1, .'de |r :i, 

Oome to God's own 

pi :i 11 :f 

de 1 1| |r :- ,r 



s :- .s 1 pi : 
s, :t, |d : 

tem - pie, come ; 
r Is |s : 

t, :s, id : 



f :i is :d 

d Id |d Id 

Raise the song of 

f If |s I PI 

1. li. In, II, 



pi : r 

d it, id : 

Har -vest home. 
s I- .f |pi 
S, Is, |d, : 



d 


Id 




1, 


Is, 




A 


- men. 




f 


In 




f, 


:d, 





2 All the world is God's own field, 
Fruit unto His praise to yield: 
Wheat aud tares together sown, 
Unto joy or sorrow grown : 
First the blade, and then the ear, 
Then the full corn shall appear: 
Lord of harvest, grant that we 
Wholesome grain and pure may be. 



3 Even so, Lord, quickly eome 

To Thy final Harvest-home: 

Gather Thou Thy people in, 

Free from sorrow, free from sin; 

There for ever purified, 

In Thy presence to abide: 

Come with all Thine angels, come, 

Raise the glorious Harvest-home. Amen. 

Henry Al/ord, 1844. 



SdaxToe&i. 



C70 Luther, s. m. 




Key F. 

s :— |s :i 
d :— id :d 


s I-.f |n :r 
d - ^^!^ :t, 




Sow in the 

n :— |ri :f 


morn thy 

s :-.i |s :f 




d :— id if, 


pi, :-.f,|s, :s. 



Thomas Hastings, 1835. 



|n 

Id 
At 
Is 
Id 



r Id |f In 

i. :s, it, :d 

eve hold not thy 

f :s |s :s 

f In |r Id 



r I- I- 

t, I- I- 
hand ; 

s I- I- 



IPK_f 

(Id - 

To 
/id^r 

IdT 

p' 

Broad 

I-, 
\:t, 




s 


'. - 


.f 


I" 


d 


I— 




1- 


fear 








n 


•_ 


.r 


I* 


d 


I— 




1- 



Is 
Id 


I Is 1 

d I- |- 


give 
Id 1 


thou 

d' I- |- 


In 


f In |f 



n I-.n|f In 
d I-.d|t, Id 

cast it o'er the 
s I-.s|s Is 
d I-.d|r Id 



n I — 


|r In.f 


s :-.i|s 


d I— 

land, 


|t, Id.r 


n I-.f|n 


Broad- 


cast 


s I— 


1- Is 


d' I- |- 


s, I— 


i-Id 


d I- |- 



If 

Ir 

it 
II 

If. 



n . 

d : 

o'er 
s I 

Si I 



It 
If 

no 
Is 
Ir 

Ir I- 

|t, :- 

the 
I s If 

Is, I- 



d 1 

n 

heed; 
s 
d 

d I 
d I 

land, 
n I- 
d I 



2 And duly shall appear, 

In verdure, beauty, strength, 
The teuder blade, the stalk, the ear, 
And the full corn at length. 

3 Thou canst not toil in vain; 
Cold, heat, and moist, and dry, 

Shall foster and mature the graiD, 
For garners in the sky. 

4 Thence, when the glorious end, 
The day of God, shall come, 

The angel-reapers shall descend, 
And heaven cry "Harvest-home!" 

James Montgomery, 1832. 

571 

Lord of the harvest! hear 

Thy needy servant's cry; 
Answer our faith's effectual prayer, 

And all our wants supply. 

2 On Thee we humbly wait; 
Our wants are in Thy view; 



The harvest, truly, Lord! is great, 
The laborers are few. 

3 Convert and send forth more 
Into Thy church abroad, 

And let them speak Thy word of power, 
As workers with their God. 

4 Oh! let them spread Thy name, 
Their mission fully prove; 

Thy universal grace proclaim, — 
Thine all redeeming love. 

Charles Wesley, 1742. 

The harvest dawn is near, 

The year delays not long; 
And he who sows with many a tear, 

Shall reap with many a song. 

2 Sad to his toil he goes, 

His seed with weeping leaves; 

But he shall come at twilight's close, 
And bring His golden sheaves. 

Geo. Burgess, 1839. 



573 Stockwell. 

Key Bt?. 



8s & 7s. 



Darius E. Jones, 1847. 



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.S| 


•H| 


.pi. 


He,that 


:d 


.d 


:d, 


• d, 



/ :d 


• s, 


lln. 


.R| 


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.d, 



:d 

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lit 

In 

is, 

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:d, 



:t,.d 
:s,.s, 

forth with 

:r .pi 
:s, .81 



r 


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Id .n 
Is, .s. 


r 


weep 
f 


ing> 
In .r 

ivTf, 


Bear-ing 
Id .d 
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t| 

Si 



:r 


.ni 


:ii 


.8, 


nev 


- er 


:ii 


.de 


:fi 


•pi, 



f 
li 

sleep 

r 

ri 



:t, 
:fi 

ing, 
Ir 

:s, 



:d .d 

In, .pi. 

Find- eth 
Id .d 

:i,.s, 



d .i, 
i,.f, 

mer-cy 
d .d 
f..li 



.f Ipi .r 

.S| Is, .f, 
cious seed in 
•r Id .t, 

.Si :Si .Si 



S| 

from 
d 
s, 



Is, 
: r, 

a 

It, 
Is, 



d 

pi, 

love, 
d 
d, 

s, 

n, 

bove. 

d 

d, 



2 Soft descend the dews of heaven, 
Bright the rays celestial shine; 

Precious fruits will thus be given, 
Through an influence all divine. 

3 Sow thy seed, be never weary. 
Let no fears thy soul annoy; 



Be the prospect ne'er so dreary, 
Thou shalt reap the fruits of joy: 

4 Lo! the scene of verdure bright'ning, 
See the rising grain appear! 

Look again; the fields are whitening, 
For the harvest time is near. 

Thomas Hastings, 1835. 



574 



StOW. H. M. 



Lowell Mason, 1832. 



ke 
Is, 


VB|7. 

d.dld.r 


pi 


In 


r .dl f .pi 


Is, 


S|.S|IS|.S| 


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songs, your 
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2 In rich luxuriance dressed, 
Behold the spacious plain! 

Its bounty stands confessed, 
In fields of yellow grain : 
In lofty songs, your voices raise, 
The God of harvest claims your praise. 

3 Fair plenty fills the land; 
His mercies never cease; — 

The husbandman doth smile, 



To see the large increase : 
In lofty songs, your voices raise, 
The God of harvest claims your praise. 
4 The precious fruits He gives. 

Oh! may we ne'er abuse; 
But, through our future lives, 

To His own glory use, 
Then rise to heaven, and sing His praise 
In sweeter strains, and nobler lays. 

Ar.on, 1842. 



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575 P aean - 7 s - 



W. A. Mozart, 1779. 



Key D. 



n 


In 


n In 


s I-.f 


n I 


f In 


i 11. f 


n 


In 


r I \ 


d 


Id 


d Id 


r It, 


d I 


r I de 


r Ir 


d 


Id 


t, I ) 


Let 


as 


with a 


glad - some 


mind 


Praise the 


Lord, for 


He 


is 


kind; 


s 


Is 


s I s 


s Is 


s I 


1 11 


1 11 


s 


Is 


s I \ 


d 


Id 


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ti :s, 


d I 


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r If 


s 


Is, 


S| I ' 



/ 


n In 


n In 


s I-.f 


n : 


f 


In 


f 11 .1 


n 


Ir 


\ 


d Id 


d id 


r It, 


d I 


r 


Ide 


r Ir 


d 


:t, 


( 


For His 


mer - cies 


shall en - 


dure, 


Bv 


- er 


faith- fal, 


ev 


- er 


1 


s Is 


s Is 


s Is 


s I 


1 


11 


1 11 


s 


If 


\ 


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t, Is, 


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r 


11, 


r If 


s 


Is, 



d 
d 

sure. 

n 

d 



Refrain. Staccato, f 

d> .s 



It .t 
If .f 

Al - le 
Ir' .r' 
Is .s 



n .n 
lu - ia ! 
d< .d 1 
s .s 



s . 

PI . 
men, 
d> . 
d 



It .t 
If .f 

Al -le 
Ir' .r" 
Is .s 



ff 
d' .s Ir 1 

n .R If 

lu-ia! A 
d 1 .d 1 It 
s .s Is 



d> 

n 

men. 
d' 
d 



2 Let us sound His name abroad, 
God of gods He is the God, 
Who by wisdom did create, 
Heaven's expanse and all its state. 

Alleluia! Amen. 

3 All His creatures God doth feed, 
His full hand supplies their need; 
Let us therefore warble forth 

His high majesty and worth. 

Alleluia! Amen. 

John Milton, 1623. 



3 Lord! for these our souls shall raise 
Grateful vows, and solemn praise; 
And, when every blessing's flown, 
Love Thee for Thyself alone. 

Anna L. Barbauld, 1773. 



577 



57 6 



Praise to God, immortal praise, 
For the love that crowns our days; 
Bounteous Source of every joy! 
Let Thy praise our tongues employ. 

2 All that spring, with bounteous hand 
Scatters o'er the smiling land, 
All that liberal autumn pours 
From her rich o'erflowing stores; — 



Swell the anthem, raise the song; 
Praises to our God belong: 
Saints and angels! join to sing, 
Praise to heaven's almighty King. 

2 Blessings, from His liberal hand, 
Pour around this happy land; 

Let our hearts, beneath His sway, 
Hail the bright, triumphant day. 

3 Here, beneath a virtuous sway, 
Lawful rulers we obey; 

Here, we feel no tyrant's rod, 
Here, we own and worship God. 

Nathan Strong, 



!£X<xtiori<xL 



C78 America. 6s & 4s. 

Key F. 



Henry Carey, 1743. Ad. fr. John Bull. 



d :d Ir 


t, :-.d:r 


n 


:n If 


pi I-.r Id 


r 


Id It, 


d I— I— 


s Is Is \ 


s, : 1, : 1, 


s, :-.i,:t, 


d 


Id Id 


d :-.t,:d 


1, 


I s , I s, 


s, I- I- 


pi In Ipi / 


My coun-try ! 
ni I n I f 


'tis of thee, 
r :-.r Is 


Sweet land of 

s :i :i 


lib - er-ty, 
S I-.flPI 


Of 
f 


thee I 
Ipi Ir 


sing; 

PI I— I— 


Land,wheremy) 
s Is Is \ 


d :i, :f, 


s, i-.s,is. 


d 


Hi If. 


s, I-.se,Il, 


fi 


I s, I s, 


d I— I— 


d| Irii Is, ' 


s i-.fin 


f :f :f 


f 


I-.piIr 


n If.nlr.d 


n 


I-.fls 


l.s,flPi Ir 


d I— I— 


n i-.rid 


r Ir Ir 


r 


I-.dlt, 


d iT":m! 


d 


I-.dld 


I - Id It, 


d I— I— 


fath - ers died ! 
s l-.s'.s 


Land of the 

s is :s 


pil- 
s 


grims' pride! 
I-.sIs 


Prom ev - 'ry 
S 11. Si f. PI 


moun-tain side, 
s l-.lls 


Let freedom 
f.Hs If 


ring! 

PI I — I — 


d :-.d:d 


s, : t, *.r 


Si 


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d 'JT:a~ 


d 


:-.iiipii 


f, Is, Is, 


d I— I— 



2 My native country! thee, — 
Land of the noble, free, — 

Thy name — I love; 
I love thy rocks and rills, 
Thy woods and templed hills: 
My heart with rapture thrills 

Like that above. 

579 Lowry. c. m. 

KeyF. 



3 Our fathers' God! to Thee, 
Author of liberty, 

To Thee we sing: 
Long may our land be bright, 
With freedom's holy light; 
Protect us by Thy might, 

Great God, our King! 

Samuel F. Smith, 1832. 
Hubert P. Main, 1881. 



Id 


n Ir .d 1, 


:t, 


d Ir 


|P1 


In . fe 


s Is.l |t 11 


s I— 


- V 


Id 


n Ir .d |1, 


Ise, 


1. 11. 


!se, 


Id ' 


t, IMelr Id 


t, I— 


— / 


Lord! 


while for all 


man - 


kind we 


pray 


Of 


ev - 'ry clime and 


coast, — 


) 


Id 


pi Ir.dll, 


In 


n Il| 


It, 


Id 


r Is |s.nlfe 


s I— 


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Id 


n Ir.d|l, 


In, 


1. It. 


|n. 


:i. 


s, In |r Ir, 


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- 


In 
Ipi 


s In .r |d 
s In .r |d 


In 
Id 


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d Ita, 


/TV 

11 

11. 


Ir .n 
Id - 


s .f In .r |d It, 
r Id.l,|S| Is, 


d I— 

s, I— 


— 


Oh! 


hear us for 


our 


na - tive 


land, 


—The 


land we love the 


most. 




In 


s In .r d 


Is 


f Ir .p 


It 


11 


I Is .f !n Ir .f 


n I— 


— 


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— 



Copyright, 1881, by Biglow & Main. 

2 Unite us in the sacred love 
Of knowledge, truth and Thee; 

And let our hills and valleys shout 
The songs of liberty. 



3 Lord of the nations! thus to Thee 

Our country we commend; 
Be Thou her Refuge and her Trust, 

Her everlasting Friend, 

John R. Wre/ord, 1837. 



!£\<xiiorx<xl. 



58 



O Nun Danket Alle Gott. 

KeyG. 



P. M. JOHANN N. CRUGER, 1648. 

D. C. D. t. 



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t, :d |d Id 

w thank we all our 
wondrous things h 
r In |f If 
s, Id |f, II, 



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d I-l 


— Id 


God, 

ath done, 


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In 


n I-l 


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d I-l 


— Id 



f In |r In 
d Id |t, Id 

hearts and hands a 
WhomHisworldre- 
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rs 

t,n 



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s Is |1 II 
r Id |d If 



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arms 

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f In |r Ir 
bless'd us on our 
d> I d< 1 1 Is 
f II If Is 



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-Is 
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-Id 



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countless gifts of 
f Ir |d Id 

f. Is, |1, Id 



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1, I- Id I- 
bve, And 
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r Id |d It, 


d :-|- 


1, Is, 1, Is, 


s, I- 1- 


still is ours to - 


day. 


f In |r Ir 


n :-|- 


r. In, |f, Is, 


d, I- 1- 



2 Lord God, we worship Thee: 
Thou didst indeed chastise us;' 

Yet still Thy goodness spares, 
And still Thy mercy tries us. 
Once more our Father's hand 

Has bid our sorrows flee, 
And peace rejoice our land: 
Lord God, we worship Thee. 



3 Lord God, we worship Thee, 
Whose goodness reigneth o'er us: 
We praise Thy love and power 
In loud and happy chorus, 

To heaven our song shall soar; 

For ever shall it be 
Resounding o'er and o'er; 
Lord God, we worship Thee. 

M. Rinkart, 1644. Tr., Catherine IVinkivorth, 18 



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SlGISMUND NEUKOMM, 1837. 


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Is, 


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d 


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r, I-.) 



Id 


God,beneath Thy guid - ing 
d .n Ir .s |f Ir 


hand, 
n 


Our 
I— Id 


es-iled fath-ers crossed the 
t,.r 11, .d |t, 11, 


sea; > 
t, I-. 


Id, 


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d. 


:- id, 


s, .s. Id, 


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s, :-'.' 


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d I- .S| Is, .s, 
S| I- .n, In, .ni 


li I- 

f, I- 


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d 


In .r Id .t| 


d I— 

s, I— 


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S| 


I— IS| 


And when th 
• S, IS| .S, 


ey trod the wintry 
s, I- .d Id .d 


strand, With prayer and psalm 
d I- .d |d .delr .f 


they 
n 


worshipped 
Is .f In .r 


Thee. 

n I — 


.Si Is, 


.S| 


pi, I- .d| Id| .d| 


f, 


j_ 


■ -i\ |fi -"ilr. 


•ri 


s, 


I— Is, 


d. 


:— 



mricttxonciL 



2 Thou heard'st, well-pleased, the song, the 
prayer; 

Thy blessing came; and still its power 
Shall onward through all ages bear 

The memory of that holy hour! 

4 Laws, freedom, truth, and faith in God 
Came with those exiles o'er the waves; 



And where their pilgrim feet have trod, 
The God they trusted guards their graves. 

4 And here Thy name, O God of love! 

Their children's children shall adore, 
Till these eternal hills remove, 

And spring adorns the earth no more. 

Leonard Bacon, 1838, 1845. 



582 Russian Hymn, us, 10 & 9. 



Alexis Lvoff, 1833. 



Key Eb. 

s :i .1 




s .,n I d 




d 1 I 


t .1 


s 


11 


f 




I s 


* S \ 


d Id .d 


d .,d I d 


d I 


d .d 


d 


:i. 


r 


Ir 


.1, 


God, All 

pi :f .f 


ter -ri - ble ! 
PI .,s I PI 


Thou who or - 
PI Is .f 


dain 
PI 


- est 
In 


Thun - 
1 


der- 
Is 


Thy 


d :f, .i, 


d .,dld .t, 


i. .s, : 


f, .1, 


d 


Ide 


r .d 


:t, 


.8, ) 


sb. t. 
n *,"i|.t| 


f. 1 
d .d It, 


:b. 
i,pi : 





f 


I pi .r 


pi 


In 


\ 


d 's,d,.f| 


pii .Pi| Ip1| .ri 


d.S, I 


— 


t, 


Id .t. 


d 


Id 


•' 


clar - ion and 
PI :"1|.1| 


light-ning Thy 

1, .1, Ise, 


sword ; 
liPl I 





Show 
r 


forth Thy 
Is .s 


pit 
s 


y 

I s 


on > 
.se \ 


d : df,. r , 


Pii . r*i 1 I Pl| 


i 2 n, I 


— 


s. 


I s, .s, 


d 


Id 


.t, ' 


d> .,t:i .se 


1 Is 


d< 


It .1 


S li 


} .f 


n Ir 




d 


t - 




d .r Id .t. 


1, :t, 


d 


Id .d 


d.ta, II 


,.r 


d It, 




d 


I- 




high where Thou 
1 .f In .r 


reign - est; 
d If 


Give 
PI .1 


to ns 
Is .f 


Peace ii 
Pi I 


1 our 
E .1 


time, 
s If 




Lord! 
Pi I- 




1, .r In .n, 


f, 


Is, 


h~ 


:ii.ii 


d .deli 


f -fi 


s, I s, 




d 


*- 





2 O God, omnipotent, mighty Avenger! 
Watching unseen, wielding judgment unheard, 

Show us compassion,— oh ! save us from danger, — 
Give to us peace in our time, O Lord! 

3 God, all-merciful! Earth hath forsaken 
Thy ways all holy, — hath slighted Thy word, — 

Let not Thy wrath, in its terror, awaken, — 
Give to us pardon and peace, O Lord! 

4 So shall we glorify, filled with devotion, 

Thy grace that saved us from peril and sword ; 
Shouting in chorus, from Ocean to Ocean, 
" Not unto us, but to Thee, Lord!" 

Henry F. Chorley, 1854, alt., and John Ellerton, 1873 



Sfa©{m0-^ct^s. 



583 Martyrs, c. m. 



Key G. Lah is E. 



:ii 


d 


:i. 


In 


:d 


:ii 


ii 


:ii 


It, 


:i. 


See; 


gra 


- cious 


God! 


be - 


:d 


n 


:d 


It, 


in 


:i> 


1, 


:i. 


,se. 


:i, 


In 


s 


ir 


|n 


:d 


• S| 


S| 


is, 


Is, 


Hi 


'Tis 


on 


Thy 


sove 


- reign 


:d 


r 


:t, 


Id 


In 


:d 


t, 


•S| 


Id 


:i. 



t, :i, |n :n 

se, II, |se, :i, 
fore Thy throne, Thy 

pi . r : d . r I n Id 

n. If, ri, II, 

t| Il| |n In 

se, Il| I se, Il| 

grace a - lone, Our 

n .r Id .r |t. Id 

pi, I f 1 jni| Il| 







Scotch Psalter, 1615 


s In 


If 


11 


n I— | — 


t, Id 


U, 


:i. 


1, :- 1- 


mourn- mg 
r Id 


peo 
|r 


- pie 
Ir 


bend! 

d I- 1— 


s. 11, 


|r, 


:i> 


i, :- I'- 


f Ir 


|n 


' t. 


ll :- l- 


li 11. 


1 se, 


I se. 


1. :- 1- 


hum - ble 
r 11, 
r, If, 


hopes 
It, 
In, 


de- 
In .r 
In, 


pend. 

d I— 1— 

1. :- 1- 



2 Tremendous judgments, from Thy hand, 

Thy dreadful power display; 
Yet mercy spares this guilty land, 

And still we live to pray. 



3 Vain, vain, in ashes though we mourn, 

Our garments rend in twain, 
Uuless the smitten heart is torn 

With penitential pain. 



3 Great God! why is our country spared, 4 Then let us cry to God betimes, 

Ungrateful as we are ? Nor let His anger flow; 

Oh! be Thine awful warnings heard, Lest, mindful of our numerous crimes, 

While mercy cries, — " Forbear!" It deal the threatened blow. 



4 How changed, alas! are truths divine, 
For error, guilt, and shame! 

What impious numbers, bold in sin, 
Disgrace the Christian uame! 

5 Oh! turn us, turn us, mighty Lord! 
By Thy resistless grace; 

Then shall our hearts obey Thy word, 
And humbly seek Thy face. 

Anne Steele, 1756, 



5 O Father, righteous Judge, and God! 

Thy wrath be slow to burn; 
Thou givest time to mark the rod — 

Give also hearts to turn. 

Lat., Charles Coffin, 1700. 
Tr., William Mercer, 1864. 



S8S 



584 



Once more the solemn season calls, 

A holy fast to keep; 
And now, within the temple walls, 

Let priest and people weep. 

2 Yet all in vain the sound of woe, 
To reach the Father's ear, 

If from the heart it does not flow, 
To prove our grief sincere. 



Lord! Thou hast scourged our guilty laud; 

Behold Thy people mourn! 
Shall vengeance ever guide Thy hand ? 

And mercy ne'er return ? 

2 Beneath the terrors of Thine eye, 
Earth's haughty towers decay; 

Thy frowning mantle spreads the sky, 
And mortals melt away. 

3 Our Zion trembles at Thy stroke, 
And dreads Thy lifted hand; 

Oh! heal the people Thou hast broke, 
And save the sinking land. 

Isaac Watts, 1719, a. 



"©he ©Hurck. 






c86 Aurelia 


L. 












s 


S. Wbslby, 1864 


KEY EJ2. 




















/m 


n In 


II 


in 


n :— 


|r 


:d 


d 


11 |s 


If 


n I— |— 


lid 


d :d 


Id 


:d 


d :— 


It, 


:d 


ii 


Id |d 


:t, 


d I— I— 


(The 


Church's 


one 


foun - 


da 


tion 


Is 


Je - 


sus Christ her 


Lord; 


/Is 


s : s 


11 


:s 


s :— 


Is 


Is 


r 


Ir |n 


Is 


s I— |— 


\:d 


d Id 


Id 


:d 


s. :— 


11. 


In, 


fi 


:f. Is, 


Is, 


d I— 1— 


/if 


s :d> 


|d' 


:t 


t :— 


11 


Is 


f 


Is |n 


Id 


r I— |— 


l:ti 


d :d 


|n 


ir 


r :— 


Id 


In 


n 


Ir |d 


Id 


t, I- 1- 


(She 


is His 


new 


cre - 


a 


tion 


By 


wa 


- ter and 


the 


Word: 


lis 


s : s 


|se 


I se 


se I— 


H 


It 


d 1 


Is |s 


Ife 


s I— |— 


\.r 


n In 


|n 


:n, 


f. :- 


If. 


:si 


1. 


:t, id 


11, 


s, I— 1— 


p 


n :f 


Is 


:i 


i :— 


Is 


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d> 


:-.t |i 


In 


f I— 1— 


u 


d :t, 


Id 


:d 


d :— 


Id 


In 


n 


I- .n |n 


In 


r I— |— 


(From 


heav'n He 


came 


and 


sought 


her, 


To 


be 


His ho 


- iy 


Bride; 


:S 


s : s 


Is 


:f 


f :— 


Is 


11 


1 


I- .se|I 


11 


1 I— 1— 


U 


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n 


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1, 


11, Is, 


Is, 


S| I— |— 


(With 


His own 


blood 


He 


bought 


her, 


And 


for 


her life 


He 


died. 


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s Is 


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Is 


s :— 


If 


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f 


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2 Though with a scornful wonder, 

Men see her sore opprest, 
By schisms rent assunder, 

By heresies distrest; 
Yet saints their watch are keeping, 

Their cry goes up, "How long? " 
And soon the night of weeping 

Shall be the morn of song. 



3 'Mid toil and tribulation, 

And tumult of her war, 
She waits the consumatiou 

Of peace for evermore; 
Till with the vision glorious 

Her longing eyes are blest, 
And the great Church victorious 

Shall be the Church at rest. 

.£ J. Stone, 



1865. 



^he (SIHutrcH. 



;»7 


Maidstone. 


7 s. 








Walter B. 


Gilbert, 1862. 


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the 
this 
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In 
In 

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light 
sin 


and 
and 


love: 1 
woe. / 




Oh, 


my 


spir 


it 


longs 


and 


faints / 


PI I — 


Ir 


PI I— 


:— 


t. :- 


Ide 


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r I— 


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In 


bright - ness ) 
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r :— 
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:d 


face, 

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Ir, 


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n I— 
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grace! 

n I~ I- 

d, I— I— 


pi Ir 



2 Happy souls! their praises flow, 
Ever in this vale of woe; 
Waters in the desert rise, 
Manna feeds them from the skies; 
On they go from strength to strength, 
Till they reach Thy throne at length; 
At Thy feet adoring fall, 
Who hast led them safe through all. 



3 Lord, be mine this prize to win; 
Guide me through a world of sin, 
Keep me by Thy saving grace, 
Give me at Thy side a place; 
Sun and shield alike Thou art, 
Guide and guard my erring heart; 
Grace and glory flow from Thee, 
Shower, oh show'r them, Lord, on me. 

Henry F. Lyte, 1834. 






"©he ©Hurch. 



;»; 


5 Zerah 


. C. M. 






Lowell Mason, 1837. 


K 
Is 


EY C. Staccat 

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Oh! 
Is 


where are kings an 
s.,sls Is 


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s.,t:t id 1 


old that went and 
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Lord !Thy church is 
d'.,d':d' Id 1 


praying yet, > 
d'.,s Is V 


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s I-.S IS.S| 


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Id" 


thousand years the 

d 1 I-.d' Id'.d' 


same,But,Lord!Th 
d 1 I-.d In.s 


y church is prayin 
d 1 I-.s Is .t 


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d 1 I-.de'Ide'.de" 


years the 
r 1 I— Ir 1 


same. 
d 1 I— 


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d 1 I-.s In .s 


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r I— Is 


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2 We mark her goodly battlements, 
And her foundations strong; 

We hear within the solemn voice 
Of her unending song. 



4 This shall be known when we are dead, 

And left on long record, 
That ages yet unborn may read, 

And trust and praise the Lord. 

Isaac Watts, X719. 



3 For, not like kingdoms of the world, _ „ _ 
Thy holy church, God! [her, 59° 

Though earthquake shocks are threatening Trust in the Lord, forever trust, 



And tempests are abroad; 

4 Unshaken as eternal hills, 

Immovable she stands, 
A mountain that shall fdl the earth, 

A house not made by hands. 

Arthur Cleveland Coxe, 1839,3. 



589 



Let Zion and her sons rejoice; 

Behold the promised hour! 
Her God hath heard her mourning voice, 

And comes t' exalt His power. 

2 Her dust and ruins that remain, 
Are precious in our eyes; 

Those ruins shall be built again, 
And all that dust shall rise. 

3 The Lord will raise Jerusalem, 
And stand in glory there; 

Nations shall bow before His name, 
And kings attend with fear. 



And banish all your fears; 
Strength in the Lord Jehovah dwells, 
Eternal as His years. 

2 Lift up the everlasting gates, 
The doors wide open fling; 

Ye nations enter, that obey 
The statutes of our King. 

3 Behold the Morning Star arise, 
Ye that in darkness sit ; 

He marks the path that leads to peace, 
And guides our doubtful feet. 

4 Be every vale exalted high, 
Sink every mountain low: 

The proud must stoop, and huuible souls 
Shall His salvation know. 

5 The heathen realms with Israel's land 
Shall join in sweet accord; 

And all that's born of man shall see 
The glory of the Lord. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



^2K!(I ^xxints. 



591 



St. Thomas, s. m. 



Geo. F. Handel, Aaron Williams' Coll. 1763. 



KEY G. 



: s, 


d 


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In 


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r 


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s. 


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:s. 


S|.d:i„t|.d|t, 


Id 


t, I— | 


Blest 


be 


the 


tie 


that 


binds 




Our 


hearts in Chris 


- tian 


love! 


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d 


In 


Id 


Ir 


t. 


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It, 


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The 


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of 


kin 


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minds Is 


like to ' that 


a - 


bove. 


:r 


d 


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It, 


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f, :n,.f,|s, 


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2 Before our Father's throne, 
We pour our ardent prayers; 

Our fears, our hopes, our aims are one, 
Our comforts and our cares. 

3 We share our common woes; 
Our common burdens bear; 

And often for each other flows 
The sympathizing tear. 

4 From sorrow, toil, and pain, 
And sin we shall be free; 

And perfect love aud friendship reign 
Through all eternity. 

John Faivcett, 1772 



59 



1 love Thy kingdom, Lord! 
The house of Thine abode, 

The church, our blest Redeemer saved 
With His own precious blood. 

2 I love Thy church, O God! 
Her walls before Thee stand, 

Dear as the apple of Thine eye 
And graven on Thy hand. 

3 For her my tears shall fall, 
For her my prayers ascend; 

To her my cares and toils be given, 
Till toils and cares shall end. 



4 Beyond my highest joy 

I prize her heavenly ways, 
Her sweet communion, solemn vows, 
Her hymns of love and praise. 

5 Jesus, thou Friend divine, 
Our Saviour and our King! 

Thy hand, from every snare and foe 
Shall great deliv'rance bring. 

6 Sure as Thy truth shall last, 
To Zion shall be given 

The brightest glories earth can yield, 
And brighter bliss of heaven. 

Timothy Divight, 1800. 



593 



This is the glorious day, 

That our Redeemer made; 
Let us rejoice, and sing, aud pray, 

Let all the church be glad. 

2 Hosanna to the King 
Of David's royal blood! 

Bless Him, ye saints! He comes, to bring 
Salvation from your God. 

3 We bless Thy holy word, 
Which all this grace displays ; 

And offer on Thine altar, Lord! 
Our sacrifice of praise. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



lOW 4&mnt». 



594 

KEY D. 

in In In 

d Id :d 

My brethren 
Who aim at 

s :s :s 
Id :d :d 



Wavertree. l. m. 



W. Shore, 1840. 

D. C. 



s :i :f 


f In Ir 


d :— :— 


1 :i :i 


s :— 


Is 


s If In 


r I— I— 


r :— Ir 


d~T^:t, 


d :— :— 


f :i :i 


n :— 


In 


pi Ir Id 


t,:-;- 


friends, and 
per - feet 


kins - men 
ho - li - 


these, 
ness, 


Who do my 
And all Thy 


heav'n 
coun - 


-ly 

sels 


Fath - er's 
to - ful- 


will; 1 
fil, / 


1 :— is 


s :— :f 


n '.— I— 


f.n:f.s:i.t 


d 1 :— 


:s 


s I— Is 


S I— I — 


d :— :t, 


d :— is. 


d :- :— 


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d :— 


:d 


t, I- Id 


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It It It 

r Ir Ir 

Athirst to 

Is Is Is 

3| IS If 



d 1 I— In 


r I— In 


f :-:- 


f If In 


1 I— If 


n I— 


Ir 


d :-:— 


d I- Id 


d I— Id 


d I— I— 


r Ir Id 


d I— Ir 


d I— 


It, 


d I— I— 


be what- 


e'er Thou 


art, 


And love their 


God with 


all 


their 


heart. 


s I— Is 


1 I— Ita 


1 I— I— 


s Is Is 


1 I- 11 


s I— 


If 


n I— I— 


n I— In 


f I— Is 


1 I- I— 


t, It, Id 


f I- If, 


s, I— 


Is, 


d I— I— 



2 For these, howe'er in flesh disjoined 
Where'er dispersed o'er earth abroad, 

Unfeigned, unbounded love I find, 
And constant as the life of God; 

Fountain of life! from thence it sprung, 

As pure, as even, and as strong. 



3 Joined to the hiddeu church unknown 
In this sure bond of perfectness, 

Obscurely safe, I dwell alone, 
And glory in th' uniting grace, 

To me — to each believer given, 

To all Thy saints in earth and heaven. 

Charles Wesley , 1755. 



59 

I 

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C Hum 

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d Id 


mel. 

d 


C. I 
I- .r 


A. 
n 


If 


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f .n Ir .d 


NER, 183 
t, 


l.s, 


s, :ii 


S| 


I- .t. 


d 


Id 


d 


I- .d 


t| .d Is, . f e 1 


S| 


(Let 

y.S| 


saints be 
n If 


low 
n 


in 
I- .s 


con - 
s 


cert 
11 


sing 
s 


With 
I- .s 


those to glo - ry 
s .s Is .r 


gone; 
r 


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d, Id 


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I- .s. 


d, 


Id 


d 


I- .n 


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s, 


l.s. 


t, It, 
I. It. 


d .s, 
n, 


In, 


d .n 


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Is, 


d 


It, .f 

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n .,r Id .t| 
d .,1,1s, .s. 


d 


<For 
/.r 


all the 
r Ir 


serv - 
d 


ants 
Id 


of 
n .d 


our 
If .n 


King 
n 


In ea 
Ir .s 


rth and heav'n are 
s .,f In .r 


one. 
n 


l.s, 


s. Is, 


s. 


Is, 


S| 


Is, 


S| 


I- .s, 


d, .,f,Is, .s, 


d, 



2 One family, we dwell in Him, — 
One church above, beneath, 

Though now divided by the stream, — 
The narrow stream of death. 



3 One army of the living Ood, 

To His command we bow; 
Part of the host have crossed the flood, 

And part are crossing now. 

Charles Wesley, 1759, ab.. 



^Cll ^Sctmts. 



)9° 


jzLitr 


lam. 7 s 






Lowell Mason, 1840. 


Key G. 






Fine 


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n :- 


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n :— 


is, .d 


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b, .1, :t, :t t 


d 


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Hast-en 
Ev - 'ry 
D.O.Sat 


Lord! 
na 
an and 


the glo-rious 
tion, ev-'ry 
his host o'er- 


time, 

clime, 

thrown, 


When, be- 
Shall the 
Bound in 


neath Mes-si - ah's 
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chains.shall hurt no 


sway, 

bey. 

more. 


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Mightie 


st kings 
Mightiest i 


His pow'r shall 
ings, 


own; 


Heathen 


tribes His name a - 
Heathen tribes 


dore; 




• 


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s, :- 


.d Ir .d 

.s, is, .s. 


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2 Then shall wars and tumults cease; 

Then be banished grief and pain; 
Righteousness, and joy, and peace, 

Undisturbed shall ever reign. 

597 Unity. 8s & 4. 

Key a|?. 



Bless we, then, our gracious Lord: 
Ever praise His glorious name; 

All His mighty acts record; 

All His wondrous love proclaim. 

Harriet Auber, 1821 
Hbnkv John Gauntlett, 1874. 



Is, 


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Ir 


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n, 


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ther 


of 


all, 


from 


land 


and 


sea 


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na - 


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sing, 


"Thine, 


Lord, 


are we;" / 


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Oount 


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in 


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in 


Thee 


May 


we 




be 




one. 




It, 


t, 


In 


Id 


I- .n 


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n 


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fe, 


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Is, 


In, 


t. 


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d, 


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2 Sou of God, whose love so free 
For men, did make Thee man to be, — 
United to our God in Thee 

May we be one. 

3 Trinity in Unity, 

One only God, in Persons Three, 



Dwell ever in our hearts; like Thee 
May we be one. 

4 So when the world shall pass away, 
May we awake with joy and say, 
' ' Now in the bliss of endless day, 
We all are one." 

Christopher Wordsworth, 1865. 



59° Aurora. 10s & 4s. 



Key F 

:s. 

For 



a :— 1 ni 

s, :— Is, 

all the 

n '.— |n 

d I— Id 



s i— 

s, :— 

saints, 

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ti :- 



Is 

is, 

who 

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d :d |f :n 


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from their la - bors 


rest, 


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1, 11, |r, Ini.f, 


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Max Piutti, 1879. 



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be for - ev- er 
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s Is |s Is 

Copyright, 1680, by Biglow & Main. 



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II 



2 Thou wast their Rock, their Fortress and their Might; 
Thou, Lord, their Captain in the well-fought fight; 

Thou, in the darkness drear their one true Light. Alleluia! 

3 Oh, blest communion, fellowship divine! 
We feebly struggle ; they in glory shine ! 

Yet all are one in Thee, for all are Thine. Alleluia! 

4 The golden evening brightens in the west; 
Soon, soon, to faithful warriors cometh rest; 
Sweet is the calm of Paradise the blest. Alleluia! 

5 But lo ! there breaks a yet more glorious day ; 
The saints triumphant rise in bright array; 

The King of glory passes on His way! Alleluia! 

6 From earth's wide bounds, from ocean's farthest coast, 
Through gates of pearl streams in the countless host, 
Singing to Father, Son, and Holy Ghost — Alleluia! 

William W. How, 1864, ab. 



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2 "When each can feel his brother's sigh, 
And 'with him bear a part ; 

When sorrow flows from eye to eye, 
And joy from heart to heart: — 

3 When, free from envy, scorn, and pride, 
Our wishes all above, 

Each can his brother's failing hide, 
And show a brother's love. 

6 Joseph Szvain, 1792, ab. 

OO 

Happy the souls to Jesns joined, 

And saved by grace alone! 
"Walking in all Thy ways, we find 

Our heaven on earth begun. 

2 The church, triumphant in Thy love, — 
Their mighty joys we know; 

They sing the Lamb in hymns above, 
And we, iu hymns below. 

3 Thee, in Thy glorious realm they praise, 
And bow before Thy throne; 

We, in the kingdom of Thy grace; 
The kingdoms are but one. 

4 The holy to the holiest leads; 
From thence our spirits rise; 

And he, that in Thy statutes treads, 
Shall meet Thee in the skies. 

Charles Wesley, 1745. 



Oh ! let Thy grace perform its part, 

And let contention cease; 
And shed abroad in every heart 

Thine everlasting peace. 

2 Thus chastened, cleansed, entirely Thine, 
A flock by Jesns led, 

The Sun of righteousness shall shine 
In glory ou our head. 

3 And Thou wilt turn our wandering feet, 
And Thou wilt bless our way; 

Till worlds shall fade, and faith shall greet 
The dawn of lasting day! 

6 Henry Kirke White, 1803, ab. 

02 

Among the saints that fill Thy house, 

My offerings shall be paid; 
There shall my zeal perform the vows 

My soul in anguish made. 

2 How much is mercy Thy delight ! 
Thou ever-blessed God! 

How dear Thy servants in Thy sight, 
How precious is their blood! 

3 Xow I am Thine, for ever Thine, 
Kor shall my purpose move; 

Thy hand hath loosed my bonds of pain, 
And bound me with Thy love. 

Isaac Watts. 1719, ab. 



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d :t, id :d 


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rs, :-.s, |i, :s, 


f. :— 


i n ,t, :- 


Let our choir new 

ni :f |s :n 


an - thems raise ; 

1 :s is :— 


Wake the song of 
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glad - 

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ness; 
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2 Never flinched they from the flame, 

From the torture, never; 
Tain the foeman's shaqiest aim, 

Satan's best endeavor: 
For by faith they saw the land 

Decked in all its glory, 
Where triumphant now they stand 

With the victor's story. 

Gk., 



3 Up and follow, Christian men! 

Press through toil and sorrow; 
Spurn the night of fear, and then, 

Oil, the glorious morrow! 
Who will venture on the strife ? 

Who will first begin it; 
Who will seize the land of life ? 

Warriors, up and win it ! 

Jostph of the Studium, c. 860. Tr., John M. Neale, 1863. 



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f :— : 


Id : d : d 


d:-:-|i,:i,:i, 


t,:-:-|t,:tr.d 


r:— : 


We all.O 


Lord, have gone a - 


stray, And wandered 


from 


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Id : d : s, 


d :-:— |d : d : d 


d :-:— |d : d : d 


t,:-: 


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paths of Thee, our 


God, 


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1:— :— 11 '.sin 


s '.—', 


Id : d : d 


d : — : — [d :d:d 


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Wm. B. Bradbury, 1857. 



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-Is 


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way: The wilds of sin 

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2 Hear us, great Shepherd of Thy sheep! 
Our wanderings heal, our footsteps keep: 
We seek Thy sheltering fold again, 

Nor shall we seek Thee, Lord, in vain. 

3 Teach us to know and love Thy way; 
And grant, to life's remotest day, 

By Thine unerring guidance led, 
Our willing feet Thy paths to tread. 

6Josiah Pratt' z Coll., 1829. 
°s 

Returx, my roving heart! return, 

And chase these shad'wy forms no more, 

Seek out some solitude, to mourn, 
And Thy forsaken God implore. 

2 And Thou, my God! whose piercing eye, 
Distinct surveys each deep recess, 

In these devoted hours draw nigh, 
And with Thy presence fill the place. 

3 Through all the mazes of my heart, 
My search let heavenly wisdom guide, 

And still its radiant beams impart, 
Till all be searched and purified. 

4 Then, with the visits of Thy love, 
Vouchsafe my inmost soul to cheer; 

Till every grace shall join to prove, 
That God has fixed His dwelling there. 

Philip Doddridge, 1740. 



Great Shepherd of Thine Israel! 
Who didst between the cherubs dwell, 
And led the tribes, Thy chosen sheep, 
Safe through the desert and the deep ; 

2 Thy church is in the desert now; 
Shine from on high and guide us through; 
Turn us to Thee, Thy love restore ; 
We shall be saved, and sigh no more. 

6 Isaac Halts, 1719. 

°7 

O Lord ! how joyful 'tis to see 
The brethren join in love to Thee! 
On Thee alone their heart relies; 
Their only strength Thy grace supplies. 

2 Oh ! may we love the house of God. 
Of peace and joy the blest abode! 

Oh ! may no angry strife destroy 
That sacred peace, that holy joy! 

3 The world without may rage, but we 
Will only cling more close to Thee, 
With hearts to Thee more wholly given 
More weaned from earth, more fixed on 

heaven. 

4 Lord! show'r upon us, from above, 
The sacred gift of mutual love; 
Each other's wants may we supply, 
And reign together in the sky. 

Tr. John Chandler, 1837. 



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Richard Farkant, 1580. 



KEY G 




















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d 


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d 


:f 


If 


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s 


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1, 


:t, 


Id :t, 


1. 


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It, 


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Lord! 


let 


Thy 


sav - ing 


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wounds it 


made be - 


fore ; 


:n 


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seal, 


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we may 


doubt no 


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2 The fear, which Thy convictions wrought, 3 Complete the work Thou hast begun, 

Oh! let Thy grace remove; And make our darkness light, — 

And may the souls, which Thou hast taught, That we a glorious race may run, 



To weep, now learn to love 

609 Wycliffe. 8877. 

KEY E>. / 

II |s IsJ 
Id 



|pi Is 
|d Ir 

(Migh-ty 
IS 
Id 



Is 
It. 



d 1 

d 

God, Thy 

PI If .Pl 

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is 

It, Ir 
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Is, It, 



Id 
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Till faith be lost in sight. 

Wm. Hiley Balhurst, 1830. ab. 



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II, .t, 

If 1 

the 
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flames of 
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2 By the Saviour's intercession, 
Blot, iu mercy, our transgression 
Thou, O God, wilt not despise 
Broken-hearted sacrifice ! 



3 Turn Thy people's desolation 
To the joy of Thy salvation; 
So our tongues alond shall sing 
Of Thy righteousness, our King! 

M. W. Stryker, 



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Webb, 1830. 


1 

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d I- |1, Id 


s. Id |r In 


r I— |- s, 


d I-.d|n Id 


d I- |1| 


:pii 


ri! drills, is, 


i.:-l«i :ii 


s, Is, |s, Is, 


s, I- |- 


i 


n,I-.n, Is, Is, 


ii :- If, 


Hail 


to the Lord's A- 
S| I-.S||d Id 


noint - ed, Great 
d I— |d Id 


David's great-er 
d Id |t, Id 


Son! 

D.S.- 
t, I- |- 


Hail 
To 

ti 


in the time ap- 
take a-way trans- 

d I-.d|d Id 


point - ed, 
gres - sion, 

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:di 


d, I-.d,jd| In, 


f|I-|f| It. 


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f, I-.f,|n, Is, 


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f, Is, |1, 11, 


s, I- 1- 


His 
And 

:d 


reign on earth be- 
rule in e - qui- 
d Id |d It, 
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ty- 

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t,:.t,|d It, 

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d I— |d Id 
d I- |d Id.t, 


set the cap-tive 

d Id |d If 
lils, |f, Ir, 


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n I— |r 


:fi 


s, I- 1- 



611 



2 He comes, with succor speedy, 
To those who suffer wrong: 

To help the poor and needy, 
And bid the weak be strong; 

To give them songs for sighing, 
Their darkness turn to light, 

Whose souls, condemned and dying, 
Were precious in His sight 

3 He shall come down, like showers 
Upon the fruitful earth, 

And joy, and hope, like flowers, 
Spring in His path to birth: 

Before Him on the mountains, 
Shall peace, the herald, go; 

And righteousness, in fountains, 
From hill to valley flow. 

4 For Him shall prayer unceasing 
And daily vows ascend; 

His kingdom still increasing, — 
A kingdom without end: 

The tide of time shall never 
His covenant remove; 

His name shall stand for ever; 
That name to us is — Love. 

James Montgomery, 1821. 



Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 

Ye soldiers of the cross! 
Lift high His royal banner, 

It must not suffer loss: 
From vict'ry unto vict'ry 

His army shall He lead, 
Till every foe is vanquished 

And Christ is Lord indeed. 

2 Stand up, stand up for Jesus, 
The trumpet call obey; 

Forth to the mighty conflict, 
In this His glorious day: 

Ye that are men! now serve Him, 
Against unuumbered foes; 

Your courage rise with danger, 
And strength to strength oppose. 

3 Stand up, stand up for Jesus; 
Stand in His strength alone; 

The arm of flesh will fail you; 

Ye dare not trust your own: 
Put on the gospel armor, 

And, watching unto prayer, 
Where duty calls, or danger, 

Be never wanting there 



QjlUsstcm^. 



4 Stand up, stand up for Jesus; 

The strife will not be long ; 
This day, the noise of battle, — 

The next, the victor's song: 
'To him that overcometh, 

A crown of life shall be; 
He, with the King of glory, 

Shall reigu eternally! 

George Dujfield, 18 



612 

The whole wide world for Jesus; 

Once more before we part, 
Ring out the joyful watchword 

From every grateful heart: 
The whole wide world for Jesus; 

We'll wing the song with prayer. 
And link the prayer with labor, 

Till Christ His crown shall wear. 

Katkerine H. Jok?ison, 1872. 



613 Faben. 8s & 7s. 



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spo - ken, 
d' Id 1 


Zi-on, 
Id'.d' 


cit y of oni 
d 1 I .t It .t 


God ! He,whose 
d 1 Is Is .s 


word can-not be 
s l-.sll.t 


Id.d 


d :-.d Id.d 


d :d 


In .n 


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I-.dld.d 


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Id 1 11 .1 


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s :- .n Ir 


.d 


fi I— Ir .r 


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In In .n 


broken, Formed thee 
d 1 Id 1 Id' .r 1 


for His own a- 

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lock of A - ges 
d 1 I- .d 1 Ir 1 .r 1 


found-ed.Vbat can 
d' Id 1 Id 1 .d 1 


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shake thy sure re- 

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d' :t :t.t 


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1.1 Is Is 




foes. 
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f : 


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2 See! the streams of living waters, 

Springing from the eternal love, 
Well supply Thy sons and daughters, 

And all fear of want remove: 
Who can faint, while such a river 

Ever flows their thirst t'assuage ? — 
Grace, which, like the Lord, the Giver, 

Never fails from age to age. 

John Newton, 1779. 



TMi&&\on&. 



614 Aithlone. c. p. m. 



KEY G. 
In .,r 

Is, 



God 
Build 

: s.,f 
:d 



d Ir 

s, :s, 

of the 

up the 

pi : t| 

d : s. 



[n.,fls 

|s, :d 

na - tions! 
kiag - dom 
|d .,r: n 
Id :d 



1 lsA\n '.nA 

d :t, id is7~ 

bow Thine ear, And 
of His grace, A - 

f Ir |d Idj- 

f, :s, id :d 



s 



; f .pi |r 

s, is, 



Heinrich Isaac, 1490. 



PI .r 

Si 



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lis - ten to our 

mid the mil - lions 

PI : r .d t, Id .r 

d :di is, :s,.f 



d.rln |r 

sj7t,:d |t, 

fer - vent prayer, 
of our race, 
PI. lis |s 
ni.r,:*! |s, 



1st. 

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Throug 
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:s. 



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Ir 


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It, 


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Son;| 


And 


make Thy won 


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known. 


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t. 


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If 


PI I— 


s, I- 1- 


B|.f| 


n, If, |s, 


Is, 


d. :- 



2 Send forth the heralds in His name; 
Bid them a Saviour's love proclaim, 

With every fleeting breath; 
Till distant lands shall hear the sound, 
And send the joyful echoes round, 

Amid the shades of death. 



4 Oh ! let the nations rise, and bring 
Their offerings to th' almighty King, 

And trust in Him alone; 
Renounce their idols, and adore 
The God of gods for evermore, 

Upon His lofty throne. 



3 Hast Thou not given the heavenly word, 5 The dying millions thus shall prove 



That all the earth shall know the Lord, 

And to His sceptre bow ? 
And is not this the favored hour, 
When many a realm shall feel His power, 

And pay the solemn vow? 



The matchless power of bleeding love 

And feel their sins forgiven; 
Shall join the converts' joyful throng, 
And raise on high redemption's song, 

Along the path to heaven. 

Thomas Hastings, 1834. 



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2 Give tongues of fire, and hearts of love, 4 Baptize the nations; far and nigh, 
To preach the reconciling word; The triumphs of the cross record; 

Give power and unction from above, The name of Jesus glorify, 

Whene'er the joyful sound is heard. Till every kindred call Him Lord. 

3 Be darkness, at Thy coming, light; 5 God, from eternity, hath willed; — 
Confusion — order, in Thy path; All flesh shall His salvation see; 

Souls without strength inspire with might; So be the Father's love fulfilled, 

Bid mercy triumph over wrath. The Saviour's suffrings erown'd, thro thee. 

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Owning Thee their Judge and King; 
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2 Has thy night been long and mournful ? 
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Christ is coming! let creation 
Bid her groans and travail cease: 

Let the glorious proclamation 
Hope restore and faith increase; 

Christ is coming! 
Come, Thou blessed Prince of peace I 

2 Earth can now but tell the story 
Of Thy bitter cross and pain; 

She shall yet behold Thy glory 
When Thou comest back to reign; 

Christ is coming! 
Let each heart repeat the strain. 

3 Long Thy exiles have been pining, 
Far from rest, and home, and Thee: 

But, in heavenly vesture shining, 
Soon they shall Thy glory see; 

Christ is coming! 
Haste the joyous jubilee. 

4 With that " blessed hope" before us, 
Let no harp remain unstrung; 

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Onward roll from tongue to tongue; 

Christ is coming! 
Come, Lord Jesus, quickly come. 

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O'er the gloomy hills of darkness, 

Cheered by 110 celestial ray, 
Sun of righteousness! arising, 

Bring the bright, the glorious day; 
Send the gospel, 

To the earth's remotest bound. 

2 Kingdoms wide that sit in darkness, — • 
Grant them, Lord! the glorious light; 

And, from eastern coast to western, 
May the morning chase the night; 

And redemption, 
Freely purchased, win the day. 

3 Fly abroad, thou mighty gospel! 
Win and conquer, never cease; 

May thy lasting, wide dominions, 
Multiply and still increase; 

Sway Thy sceptre, 
Saviour! all the world around. 

William Williams , 1772, a. 



620 

Yes, we trust, the day is breaking; 

Joyful times are near at hand; 
God, the mighty God, is speaking 

By His word in every land; 
Mark His progress! 

Darkness flies, at His command. 

2 While the foe becomes more daring, 
While he enters like a flood, 

God, the Saviour, is preparing 

Means to spread His truth abroad: 

Every language 
Soon shall tell the love of God. 

3 God of Jacob, high and glorious! 
Let Thy people see Thy hand; 

Let the gospel be victorious, 

Through the world, in every land; 

Let the idols 
Perish, Lord! at Thy command. 

Thomas Kelly, 1 



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The world to Christ we bring, 

With one accord; 
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With us reproach to dare, 
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The world to Christ we bring, 

With joyful song; 
The new-born souls, whose days, 
Reclaimed from error's ways, 
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2 What, though the spicy breezes 
Blow soft o'er Ceylon's isle; 

Though every prospect pleases, 

And only man is vile ? 
In vain -with lavish kindness 

The gifts of God are strewn; 
The heathen, in his blindness, 

Bows down to wood and stone! 

3 Can we, whose souls are lighted 
With wisdom from on high, — 

Can we, to men benighted, 
The lamp of life deny ? 



Salvation, Oh! salvation! — 

The joyful sound proclaim, 
Till each remotest nation 

Has learned Messiah's name. 

4 Waft, waft, ye winds! His story, 

And you, ye waters! roll, 
Till, like a sea of glory, 

It spreads from pole to pole; 
Till, o'er our ransomed nature, 

The Lamb, for sinners slain, 
Redeemer, King, Creator, 

In bliss returns to reign ! 

Reginald Heber, 1819, 



amissions. 
623 

The morning light is breaking; 

The darkness disappears; 
The sons of earth are waking 

To penitential tears; 
Each breeze, that sweeps the ocean, 

Brings tidings, from afar, 
Of nations in commotion, 

Prepared for Zion's war. 

2 See heathen nations bending 

Before the God we love, 
And thousand hearts ascending 

In gratitude above ; 



While sinners, now confessing, 

The gospel call obey, 
And seek the Saviour's blessing, — 

A nation in a day. 

3 Blest river of salvation! 

Pursue thine onward way; 
Flow thou to every nation, 

Nor in thy richness stay: — 
Stay not, till all the lowly 

Triumphant reach their home; 
Stay not, till all the holy 

Proclaim, " The Lord is come." 

Samuel F. Smith, 1831. 
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2 Come, blessdd Lord! let every shore 
And answering island sing 

The praises of Thy royal name, 
And own Thee as their King. 

3 Jesus! Thy fair creation groans, — 
The air, the earth, the sea, — 

In unison with all our hearts, 
And calls aloud for Thee. 

6 Edward Denny, 1839. 

a 5 

Lord! send Thy word, and let it fly, 
Armed with Thy Spirit's power; 

Ten thousands shall confess its sway, 
And bless the saving hour. 

2 Beneath the influence of its grace, 
The barren wastes shall rise, 



With sudden greens and fruits arrayed, — 
A blooming paradise. 

3 Peace, with her olives crowned, shall 
Her wings from shore to shore; [stretch 

No trump shall rouse the rage of war, 
Nor murderous cannon roar. 

4 Lord! for these days we wait, — these 
Are in Thy word foretold; [days 

Fly swifter, sun and stars! and bring 
This promised age of gold. 

5 "Amen!" — with joy divine, let earth's 
Unnumbered myriads cry; 

" Amen!" — with joy divine, let heaven's 
Unnumbered choirs reply. 

Thomas Gibbons, 1760. 



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626 



Tune— ARLI N GTON. 



Daughter of Ziou! from the dust 

Exalt thy fallen head; 
Again in thy Redeemer trust, — 

He calls thee from the dead. 



SSIOTTS. 



Say to the south,-" Give up thy charge," 
And, — " Keep not back, north !" 



2 Awake, awake, put on thy strength — 
Thy beautiful array ; 

Thy day of freedom dawns at length, — 
The Lord's appointed day. 

3 Rebuild thy walls, thy bounds enlarge, 
And send thy heralds forth ; 



4 They come! they cornel thine exil'd bands 
Where'er they rest or roam, 

Have heard thy voice in distant lands, 
And hasten to their home. 

5 Thus, when our God the world shall burn, 
And all its works destroy, 

With songs, the ransomed shall return, 
And everlasting joy. 

James Montgomery, 1835, a. 



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2 We wait Thy triumph, Saviour King! 
Long ages have prepared Thy way; 

Now all abroad Thy banner fling, 
Set Time's great battle in array. 

3 On mountain-tops the watch-fires glow, 
Where scatter'd wide the watchmen stand ; 

Yoice echoes voice, and onward flow 
The joyous shouts, from land to land. 

4 Oh, fill Thy church with faith and power 
Bid her long night of weeping cease ; 

To groaning nations haste the hour, 
Of life and freedom, light and peace. 



5 Come, Spirit, make Thy wonders known ! 

Fulfil the Father's high decree; 
Then earth, the might of hell o'erthrown, 

Shall keep her last great jubilee! 

Ray Palmer, i860. 



5 Let every creature rise and bring 
Peculiar honors to our King; 
Angels descend with songs again, 
And earth repeat the loud Amen! 

Isaac Watts, J719. 



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Jesus shall reign where'er the sun 
Doth his successive journeys run; 
His kingdom spread from shore to shore, 
Till moons shall wax and wane no more! 



2 For Him shall endless prayer be made, 
And praises throng to crown His head; 
His name, like sweet perfume, shall rise 
With every morning sacrifice. 



Jesus! Thy church, with longing eyes, 
For Thine expected coming waits; 

When will the promised light arrive, 
And glory beam from Zion's gates ? 

2 E'en now, when tempests rouud us fall, 
And wint'ry clouds o'ercast the sky, 

Thy words with pleasure we recall, 
And deem that our redemption's nigh. 

3 Teach us, in watchfulness and prayer, 
To wait for the appointed hour; 

And fit us, by Thy grace, to share 

The triumphs of Thy conquering power. 

William H. B. Bathurst, 1829. 



6 3' 



Triumphant Zion! lift thy head 
From dust, and darkness, and the dead ; 
Though humbled long, awake at length, 
And gird thee with thy Saviour's strength. 

2 Put all thy beauteous garments on, 
And let thy various charms be known ; 
The world thy glories shall confess, 
Decked in the robe of righteousness. 



3 People and realms of every tongue 
Dwell on His love, with sweetest song; 
And infant voices shall proclaim 
Their early blessings on His name. 



3 No more shall foes unclean invade, 
And fill thy hallowed walls with dread; 
No more shall hell's insulting host 
Their vict'ry and thy sorrows boast. 



4 Where He displays His healing power, 
Death and the curse are known no more; 
In Him the tribes of Adam boast 
More blessings than their father lost. 



4 God, from on high, thy groans will hear 
His hand thy ruins shall repair; 
Nor will thy watchful Monarch cease 
To guard thee in eternal peace. 

Philip Doddridge, 1740. 



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In 


lat 


- ter 


days 


shall 


s 


s 


:r 


|n 


:r 


S| 


d 


:t, 


H. 


:r 



s :— 

ti :— 

rise 

r :— 

si :— 



:d 
:d 

On 

:n 

Id 



s . s |s 

d :t, |d 

mount - ain tops, 

pi Ir |pi 

d Is, |d 



:f .pi 

Id 

a - 
Id 

Hi .8, 



1 .s If .pi |r Is .f 

d : tTTd |t, :t7~ 

bove the hills, And 

d Is |s Is 

fi .pi, I r, .d, |S| Is, 



pi Ir |d Is, 
d It, |1, Is, 

draw the wondering 
s If I 
d Is, 



.r 

It, 



d.,r 


I pi. 


,f|s 


S| 


Id 


it, 


eyes, 
n 


Id 


|r 


d 


Hi 


Is, 



Is 
Id 

And 

In 

Id 



1 Is .f |pi Ir 
d IdTr|d It, 

draw the wondering 
f IsJ |s If 

f, IPI,.f||S, Is, 



d 

d 

eyes. 
Pl 

d, 



2 The beam that shines from Zion's hill 

Shall lighten every land; 
The King who reigns in Salem's towers 

Shall all the world command. 



632 



Behold the sure foundation stone, 
Which God in Zion lays, 

To build our heavenly hopes upon, 
And His eternal praise. 



3 No strife shall vex Messiah's reign, 2 Chosen of God, to sinners dear; 

Or mar the peaceful years; And saints adore His name: — 

To ploughshares men shall beat their swords, They trust their whole salvation here, 

To pruning-hooks their spears. Nor shall they suffer shame. 



4 No longer hosts encountering hosts 
Their millions slain deplore; 

They hang the trumpet in the hall, 
And study war no more. 

5 Come, then! Oh come, from every land, 
To worship at His shrine; 

And, walking in the light of God, 
With holy beauties shine 

Michael Bruce , 1768. 



3 The foolish builders, scribe and priest, 
Reject it with disdain; 

Yet on this rock the church shall rest, 
And envy rage in vain. 

4 What,though the gates of hell withstood? 
Yet must this building rise; 

Tis Thine own work, almighty God! 
And wondrous in our eyes. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



im 



lesions. 



633 Missionary Chant. 

Key A*?. Moto. _. _- 



L. M. 



H. C. Zeuner, 1832. 



,n 


In 


.n 


•s, 


is, 


•S| 


Arm of the 


.n 


:m 


.n 


.d 


:d 


.d 



n Id 

s, :s, 

Lord! a • 

n In 
d :d 



Ir .r 


t, : 


:ii.ii 


s, : 


wake; a- 


wake; 


:f .f 


r 1 


:ii.ii 


s, : 



:t, 


d.d Id Id 


n I- 


— Ir 


n 


is. 


1..1.H. Hi 


d I 


- :t, 


d 


Put 


on thy strength, the 


na 


tion's 


shake 


In 


n.n In In 


S I 


— Is 


s 


In, 


ii.i.:i, :i, 


s. I 


- :s, 


d, 



.n In .n 
Ls, IS| .S| 

And let the 
/.d Id .d 
i.d, Id, .d. 



d 

I. 

world, 

d 

f, 



.d 


11, .1, 


.1, 


If. -fi 


a 
.(1 


• dor - ing, 
Id .d 


.ii 


:f. -f. 



PI, 

see 

d 



634 



.s. Is, s, 
.s. Is, .s. 

Triumphs of 

.n In .n 



I- .d Id .d s, .s 



2 Say to the heathen, from Thy throne, 
" I am Jehovah — God alone! " 

Thy voice their idols shall confound, 
And cast their altars to the ground. 

3 No more let human blood be spilt, 
Vain sacrifice for human guilt; 

But to each conscience be applied 

The blood, that flowed from Jesus' side. 

4 Almighty Godl Thy grace proclaim, 
In every clime, of every name, 

Till adverse powers before Thee fall, 
And crown the Saviour — Lord of all. 

William Shrubsole Jr., 1790. 



Soox may the last glad song arise 
Through all the millions of the skies, — 
That song of triumph, which records, 
That all the earth is now the Lord's. 

2 Let thrones,and powers,and kingdoms be 
Obedient, mighty God! to Thee; 

And, over land, and stream, and main, 
Wave Thou the sceptre of Thy reign. 

3 Oh! that the anthem now might swell, 
And host to host the triumph tell, — 
That not one rebel heart remains, 

But over all the Saviour reigns. 

Mrs. Voke, 1816. 



d .d It, Ir 

S, *S, ,S| .S| 

mercy, wrought by 



n .n .r 



:i 



d 

s, 

Thee, 
n 
d, 



635 



Ye Christian heralds, go, proclaim 
Salvation in Immanuel's name; 
To distant climes the tidings bear, 
And plant the Rose of Sharon there. 

2 He'll shield you with a wall of fire — 
With holy zeal your hearts inspire; 
Bid raging winds their fury cease, 
And calm the savage breast to peace. 

3 And when our labors all are o'er, 
Then shall we meet to part no more; 
Meet — with the blood-bought throng to fall, 
And crown our Jesus- — Lord of all. 

B. H. Draper, 1 803. 



636 



O Thou to whom, in ancient time, 
The psalmist's sacred harp was strung, 
Whom kings adored in song sublime, 
And prophets praised with glowing tongue ! 

2 From every place below the skies, 
The grateful song, the fervent prayer, 
The incense of the heart may rise 

To heaven, and find acceptance there. 

3 Thou to whom, in ancient time, 
The holy prophets' harp was strung! 
To Thee at last, in every clime, 
Shall temples rise, and praise be sung. 

John Pierpont, 1824, ait. 



£Lc*h 



or. 



637 Watchman 

Key E|2. 
d In .s 

d :d .r 

Sol - diers of 
PI Is .s 



Id .t. 




1 I- 


.8 


d I- 


.tl 


strength 
1 I- 


which 
•d' 


f I- 


.n 



f .n Ir .d 

t, .d Is, .d 

God sup - 

s Is Aq 



S. M. 



James Leach, 17 



r .d It, .1, 



Is 


fe 


s .d 1 


t 


11 




s Is 


d'.,r':d' .t . 


Ir 

And 

;t 

Is, 


r Ir .ni 
put your 
I Is 
r .d It,.d 


r 

ar 
S 

r 


Ir 
- mor 
I fed 1 
Ir 


r In 
on, — Strong 
t Is 
s, Id 


n .,f In .r ) 
in the > 
s I- .se^ 
d I- .n / 


s Is .l,t 


d'.t,lls 


.f 


n Ir 


i I- 


t, Id 


d I- 


.r 


d It, 


i I— 


plies, Through 
s In 


His 

n .f Is 


e - 

.1 

.f 


ter - • nal 
s If 

s Is, 


Son: — 
1 • I— 

i :— 


s. Id 


d .r 


In 



2 Strong, in the Lord of hosts, 
And in His mighty power; 

Who in the strength of* Jesus trusts, 
Is more than conqueror. 

3 Stand, then, in His great might, 
With all His strength endued; 

And take, to arm you for the fight, 
The panoply of God: — 

4 That, having all things done, 
And all your conflicts past, 

You may o'ercome through Christ alone, 
And stand entire at last. 

5 From strength to strength go on; 
Wrestle, and fight, and pray; 

Tread all the powers of darkness down, 
And win the well-fought day. 

6 Still let the Spirit cry, 

In all His soldiers, " Come," 
Till Christ, the Lord, descends from high, 
And takes the conquerors home. 

Charles Wesley, 1749. 



638 



Teach me, my God and King, 
In all things Thee to see, 

And what I do in anything, 
To do it as for Thee; 



2 All may of Thee partake; 
Nothing so small can be 

But draws, when acted for Thy sake, 
Greatness and worth from Thee. 

3 If done to obey Thy laws, 
E'en servile labors shine; 

Hallowed is toil, if this the cause, 
The meanest work, divine. 

George Herbert , 1635. 
John Wesley, 1739. 



639 



My soul, weigh not thy life 
Against thy heavenly crown; 

Nor suffer Satan's deadliest strife 
To beat Thy courage down. 

2 With prayer and crying strong, 
Hold on the fearful fight, 

And let the breaking day prolong 
The wrestling of the night. 

3 The battle soon will yield, 
If thou thy part fulfill; 

For strong as is the hostile shield, 
Thy sword is stronger still. 

4 Thine armor is divine, 
Thy feet with victory shod; 

And on thy head shall quickly shine 
The diadem of God. 

Leonard Swa-in, 1858. 



r&ctb 



ov. 



640 Southport. c. m. 

Key Eb. 



George Kingsley, 1853. 



Id .r 


n .,n In 


:s 


1 .,f If 11 


s .,r Ir 


In .f 


n 


is, 


d .,d :<i 


:d 


d .,d Id Id 


t, .,t,:t, 


IdTTr 


d 


Je - 


sus, my Lord ! 


how 


rich Thy grace! Thy 


bounties — how 


com - 


plete! 


:n .f 


s .,s is 


In 


f .,1 11 If 


r .,s Is 


Is 


s 


id 


d .,d :d 


:d 


Witt :«. 


S; ,,S| Is, 


: s, 


d 


:n .1 


s .,s :s 


:d' 


d 1 .,1 11 11 


s .,r Ir .s 


If .r 


d 


I(T7r 


n .,n In 


In 


f .,f If If 


r .,t,:tT~ 


:t, 


d 


How 


shall I count 


the 


matchless sum ? How 


pay the might 


■ y 


debt? 


Is 


d 1 .,d' :d' 


Is 


1 .,d' Id 1 Id 1 


t .,s Is 


Is .f 


n 


:d 


d .,d :d 


Id 


f .,f If If, 


S, .,S| Is, 


Is, 


d 



2 High on a throne of radiant light, 
Dost Thou exalted shine; 

What can my poverty bestow, 
When all the worlds are Thine ? 

3 But thou hast brethren here below, 
The partners of Thy grace, 

And wilt confess their humble names 
Before Thy Father's face. 

4 In them may'st Thou be cloth'd, and fed, 
And visited, and cheered; 

And, in their accents of distress, 
My Saviour's voice be heard. 

Philip Doddridge , 1740. 



4 Mean are all offerings we can make; 

Yet Thou has taught us, Lord! 
If givdn for the Saviour's sake, 

They lose not their reward. 

William Crosivell, 1831. 



642 



64 



Lord! lead the way the Saviour went, 

By lane and cell obscure, 
And let love's treasure still be spent, 

Like His, upon the poor. 

2 Like Him, thro scenes of deep distress, 
Who bore the world's sad weight. 

We, in their crowded loneliness, 
Would seek the desolate. 

3 For Thou hast placed us side by side, 
In this wide world of ill; 

And, that Thy followers may be tried, 
The poor are with us still. 



Workman of God, oh lose not heart, 

But learn what God is like; 
And in the darkest battle-field 

Thou shalt know where to strike. 

2 Thrice blest is he to whom is given 
The instinct that can tell 

That God is on the field, when He 
Is most invisible. 

3 Blest too is he who can divine, 
Where real right doth lie, 

And dares to take the side that seems 
Wrong to man's blindfold eye. 

4 Then learn to scorn the praise of men, 
And learn to lose with God; 

For Jesus won the world through shame, 
And beckons thee His road. 

5 For right is right, since God is God 
And right the day must win; 

To doubt would be disloyalty, 
To falter would be sin. 

Frederick W. Faber , 1849, ab. 



^rCspiraiion. 



643 Seasons, l. m. 



Key At?. 



:s. 


pi : — Ir 


d :— :d 


r '.n If 


n :— :r 


n :— :r 


u :— :r.d 


t, :-.d:i, 


In, 


b, :— :f. 


n, :— :s, 


ii ^1 :s, 


s, :— :si 


s, :— :m. 


n, :— :i. 


S| :— : fei 


A- 


wake, our 


souls ! a - 


way, our 


fears! Let 


ev - ery 


tremb - ling 


thought be 


:d 


d :-:t, 


d :— :d 


d :-:t, 


d :— :r 


d :-:t, 


d :-:i, 


r :-:d 


:«i 


d, :— :s, 


1, :— in. 


fi :si :s t 


d :-:t, 


d :— :si 


i,:-:fe, 


s, :— :r. 



ICNACE PLEYEL. 



s, :- 
s, :- 

gone; 
Ill- 
It :- 



:n.f 


s :-:i 


s :f :r 


pi :.s:f.r 


d :t, :s, 


n '.— It 


d :r 


:n 


f :i. :t, 


d :— 


:ii 


d :-:d 


tijd :s, 


s, :ta,:i. 


S| :— is. 


s, :-:t, 


fl :ii 


:i. 


ii :<i :Mi 


n, :— 


A" 
:d.r 

Td~ 


wake, and 

m :— :f 
d :-:f. 


run the 
r :d :r 

sTTT, :t, 


heav'n - ly 

d :— :r.f 
d :n, :f. 


race, And 

pi :r :t, 

s, :— :si 


put a 

d :s :f 

d| : — :s, 


cheer 
n Ir 

hTi, 


fui 

!de 


cour - age 

r :— :r 

r, :— :i, 


on. 

d :— 
d,:- 



/:d.r pi :— :f r :d 
'id - d :— :f, sTTT 



2 True, — 'tis a strait and thorny road, 
And mortal spirits tire and faint; 

But they forget the mighty God, 

Who feeds the strength of every saint. 

3 Thee, mighty God! whose matchless 
Is ever new, and ever young, [power 

And firm endures while endless years 
Their everlasting circles ran. 

4 From Thee, the overflowing spring, 
Our souls shall drink a fresh supply; 

While such as trust their native strength, 
Shall melt away, and droop, and die. 

5 Swift as an eagle cuts the air, 
We'll mount aloft to Thine abode; 

On wings of love, our souls shall fly, 
Nor tire amidst the heavenly road, 

Isaac Watts , 1707. 



3 Fain would I learn of Thee, my God! 
Thy light and easy burden prove, — 

The cross, all stained with hallowed blood, 
The labor of Thy dying love. 

4 I would, but Thou must give the power; 
My heart from every sin release; 

Bring near, bring near the joyful hour, 
And fill me with Thy perfect peace! 

Charles Wesley, 1742, ab. 



645 



644 



Rest for my soul I long to find; 

Saviour of all ! if mine Thou art, 
Give me Thy meek and lowly mind, 

And stamp Thy image on my heart. 

2 Break off the yoke of inbred sin, 
And fully set my spirit free ; 

I cannot rest, till pure within, 
Till I am wholly lost in Thee. 



Thou, to whose all-searching sight 
The darkness shineth as the light! 
Search, prove my heart; it pants for Thee; 
Oh! burst these bonds, and set it free. 

2 Wash out its stains, refine its dross; 
Nail my affections to the cross; 
Hallow each thought; let all within 
Be clean, as Thou, my Lord! art clean. 

3 When rising floods my soul o'erflow, 
When sinks my heart in waves of woe, 
Jesus! Thy timely aid impart, 

And raise my head and cheer my heart. 

4 Saviour! where'er Thy steps I see, 
Dauntless, untired, I follow Thee; 
Oh! let Thy hand support me still, 
And lead me to Thy holy hill. 

Ger., Gerhard Tersteegen, 1731. 
Tr., John Wesley, 1738. 



3e<*(h. 



646 



Raven, s. M. 



< A 
lid 



Key Et>. 

n I— In 

d I- Id 

few more 

s I— Is 

d I— Id 



.n 

Id 

And 

Is 

Id 



s I— Is 

PI I— In 
we shall 
s I— Is 
d I- Id 



II 

Id 

more 
■ In 

Hi 



n 


d'lt 


d 


d I- 


ft 


few 


pi 


n I— 


li 


III- 



/In 


s I— In 


V d 


d I— Id 


< And 


we shall 


IS 


n I— Is 


(id 


d I— Id 



pi 


Ir 


In 


<r 


I — 


Id 


years 


shall 


s 




Is 


d 


It, 


Id 



f I 

til- 
roll, 
s I- 

r I- 



s If In 
n Ir Id 

be with 


1 I— It |d' 

d I— Id |d 

those that rest 


s I— Is 


f I— If |f 


d I— Id 


f,I— Is, |1, 



1 Is If 
r I— Ir 


n I— I— 
d I— I— 


storms shall 
s I— Is 


beat 

s I— I— 


t, I- It, 


d :-:— 


d 1 I— Is 


t :— :i 


n I— Id 


d I— Id 


be where 
s I— In 


tern - nests 
s I— If 


d I— Id 


fil-H. 



U. C. BURNAP, 1868. 



n I— 

d I— 

A 

s I— 

d I— 



:i 

:d 

A- 

if 



pi I — Ir 

i.:-n. 

few more 
1 I-Il 
f I- If 



s I— In 
d I— Id 

sleep with 
n I— Is 
S| I— Is, 



s 


I — 


In 


d 


I — 


Id 


cease, 


And 


PI 


I — 


Is 


d 


I— 


Id 



d I-Il, 

ll I— III 

sea - sons 
1 I— II 
f I- If 



:— :ti 

:-:s, 

the 

:— if 



n I— 
t,I— 
come, 
sel— 

n I— 



d I— 

S| I — 
tomb. 
n I— 
d I- 



1 I— Id 


|r I— Ir 


n I— 


d I-Il, 


Hi :-:t, 


t,I- 


this wild, 


rock - y 


shore! 


1 I— In 


|1 I— 11 


sel— 


lil— Hi 


|f I— If 


n I— 


n I— Is 


|f I— Ir 


d I— 


del— In 


Ir :-:t, 


d I— 


sur - ges 


swell no 


more. 


s I— 11 


|1 I— If 


n I— 


1,1— Ide 


|r I— Is, 


d :— 



2 A few more struggles here, 

A few more partings o'er, 
A few more toils, a few more tears, 

And we shall weep no more. 
A few more Sabbath's here 

Shall cheer us on our way, 
And we shall reach the endless rest, 

Th' eternal Sabbath dav: 



3 Tis but a little while, 

And He shall come again, 
Who died that we might live, who lives 

That we with Him may reign. 
Then, my Lord! prepare 

My soul for that glad day; 
Oh! wash me in Thy precious blood, 

And take my sins away. 

Horatius Bonar, 1844. 



'JDcaiK. 



647 Raven, s. M. 



U. C. BURNAP, 18 



Key E2. 



:d 


pi '. — In |n Ir In 


f I- I— |n 


• • 

• • 


n I— Ir |d I- 11, 


n I— I— |— I- 


'd 


d I— Id |d~T— Id 


t.I-I-ld 


• ^~ * •* — "™ 


1,1-11, |1, I-Il, 


til— I— 1— I- 


Thou 


art gone up on 


high To 




man - sions in the 


skies, 


In 


s I— Is |s I— Is 


s I— I— |s 


i— i— 


1 I-Il |1 I-Il 


sel— I— |— I- 


:d 


d I— Id |d It, Id 


r I- I- |d 


1 — : — 


f I-If |f I-If 


n :— I— |— I- 


In 


s I— Is js If In 


1 I- It |d' 


:— :i 


s :— m if :— it, 


d :—:—i—:- 


*id 


n I— In |n Ir Id 


d I- Id |d 


I— Id 


d I- Id |t, I- Is, 


s,I— I— 1— I- 


And 


round Thy throne un- 


ceas - ing - Iy 


The 


songs of praise a - 


rise. 


.8 


s I— Is |s I— Is 


f I-If |f 


I— If 


n I— Is |r I— If 


n I— I— |— I- 


:d 


d I— Id |d I— Id 


f,:-:s, n, 


:-:f. 


s,I— Is, |s, I— Is, 


d I— I— 1— I 


In 


d'lt 11 |1 Is If 


n I— I— |— 


I— In 


1 I— Id |r I— Ir 


nl-I-l-I- 


\ A 


d I— Id |r I— Ir 


d I- I— 1— 


I — Ir 


d I-Il, |1, I- It, 


t,i— :— 1— :- 


But 


we are ling - 'ring 


here 


With 


sin and care op - 


pressed : 


/in 


n I — In |s I — Is 


s I— I— | — 


I— Ise 


1 I- In |1 I- 11 


sel— I — |— I- 


i:ii 


1,1-11, |t, I- It, 


d :-:— 1— 


:-:t, 


1,1-11, |f I- If 


n I— I— |— I- 


'In 


s I— In |d' I— Is 


t I-Il |s 


I— In 


n I— Is |f I— Ir 


d I-I-l-I 


i:d 


d I— Id |n I— Id 


d I- Id |d 


I- Id 


del— In |r I— It, 


d I-I-l-I 


(Lord 


! send Thy promis - ed 


Com - for - ter, 


And 


lead us to Thy 


rest! 


'is 


n I— Is |s I— In 


s I— If |n 


I — Is 


s I— 11 |1 I-If 


n I-I-l-I 


ild 


d I- Id |d I- Id 


f,:-n. Id 


I— Id 


1,1— Ide |r I— Is, 


d I-I-l-I 



2 Thou art gone up on high: 

But Thou didst first come down, 
Through earth's most bitter misery 

To pass unto Thy crown. 
And girt with griefs and fears 

Our onward course must be; 
But only let that path of tears 

Lead us at last to Thee! 



Emma Take, 1851. 



648 



"For ever with the Lord!"- 
Amen! so let it be; 



Life from the dead is in that word; 

'Tis immortality. 
Here, in the body pent, 

Absent from Him I roam, 
Yet nightly pitch my roving tent 

A day's march nearer home. 

So when my latest breath 

Shall rend the veil in twain, 
By death I shall escape from death, 

And life eternal gain. 
Knowing as I am known, 

How shall I love that word, 
And oft repeat before the throne, 

"For ever with the Lord!" 

James Montgomery, 1835, ab. 



KEY F. 

d :d 



p 
: b,.Si 



■ Sj.S, 

(I would 

:n.n 
I d Yd 



s, Is, 
not live 



. s 

in. 



,r 

:t, 

al 

: s 

S| 



3ectfh. 



649 Frederick. lis. 



n 


:i 


d 


:d 


way 
s 


:f 


d 


:fi 



s.n 
Id - 

I 
in.s 

d~ 



.d :r 

.i,:t, 

not to 

.sis 

.3, : s. 



n 
d 

stay; 

s 

d 



George Kingslby, 1834. 



is, 

Where 

:pi 
:d 




/ 

n 'A 

d :- 

storm 

s :i 

d if 



: s 


.n 


:d 


.d 


ris 


- es 


In 


.s 


:d 


.d 



r :t 


:i 


s :— 


Is .a 


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Is 


t, :r 


:d 


t, :- 


:<T.d 


d I-.dld 


d Id 


In 


dark o'er 


the 


way ; 


The" 


few lu-rid 


morn-ings, 


that 


s Is 


:fe 


s :— 


In .n 


1 I- .S I f 


n Is 


In 


r Ir 


:r 


s, :— 


: dVd 


fi :-.*.:«■ 


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dawn on us 
1 I-.sIf 

f. :- -f .: f . 



' ?L\ S J 

I S|.S, 

Are e- 
In .n 
id.'d" 



d Id 


Ir 


s, I s. 


:t, 


nough for 


life's 


n Is 


Is 


d In, 


Is, 



II 



woes, 
B> If 

d Tf, 



Is .n 
Id.d 

full e- 
In .s 
Id.d 




.S1IS1 



d I 

s, I 

cheer. 

n I- 
d I 



2 I would not live alway, thus fettered by sin, 
Temptation without and corruption within; 
E'en the rapture of pardon is mingled with fears, 
And the cup of thanksgiving with penitent tears. 

3 I would not live alway; no, welcome the tomb; 
Since Jesus hath lain there, I dread not its gloom ; 
There sweet be my rest, till lie bid me arise, 

To hail Him in triumph descending the skies. 

4 Who, who would live alway, away from his God; 
Away from yon heaven, that blissful abode, 

Where the rivers of pleasure flow o'er the bright \ lains, 
A nd the noontide of glory eternally reigns ? 

5 Where the saints of all ages in harmony meet, 
Their Saviour and brethren transported to greet; 
While the anthems of rapture unceasingly roll, 
And the smile of the Lord is the feast of the soul. 

William A. Muhlenberg, 1823. 



650 St. Sylvester. 8s 7s 8s & 9. 



Key F. Lento. 








n .,n In .n Ir .n 
d .,d :d .d :t,.d 


f .S 

d .t, 


In 
Id 


• 


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s .,s : s .pi : f .pi 
d .,d Id .d :r .d 


fly ■ 

r 

S| 


In 

:d~ 


: s 


d .,d Id .d In ,s 


s .! 


In 


* 
* 


d .,l|Is, .d Id .d 


d 


Id 


1 — 


Soon shall we who sing, be 
pi .,f In .n Is .ia 
d .,d Id .d Id .d 


ly - 

1 

f, 


ing 

Is 


In 


Id 


I— 



2 Soon our souls to God who gave them 
Will have sped their rapid flight; 

Able now by grace to save them, 
Oh, that while we can we might! 

3 Jesus, infinite Redeemer, 
Maker of this mighty frame 



n .,n In .n I n .r 
d .,d Id .d Id .d 
Blend the liv-ing with the 
1 .,1 II .s Ife.fe 
1, .,l,:i| .1, Ir .r 

r .,r Ir .r In .r 
d .,d Id .d It,.t, 

Each with-in his nar-row 
fe.,fel fe .fe Is .f 
r ,,r Ir .1, : s, ,s. 



Teach, oh, teach us to remember 
What we are, and whence we came: 

4 Whence we came, and whither wending 
Soon we must through darkness go, 

To inherit bliss unending 
Or eternity of woe. 



John B. 


Dykes, i86j. 


r 


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dead; 




\ 


s 


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I! \ 


S| 


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d 


• — 


I — 


d 


I— 


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bed. 






n 


I— 


I— 


d 


I— 


I— 



d Id 


Id 


d I— 




s. Is, 


Is, 


1. :- 


I— 


Life pass 
n In 


- eth 
In 


soon : 
f I— 


;_ 


d Id 


Id 


d I— 


I— 



r Ir Ir 


r I— I— 


d It, 11, 


t, I- I- 


'till Thou ap - 


pear; 


1 Is I fe 


s I— I— 


r, Ir, Ir, 


s, I— I- 




With Thee to 
d Ir If 

fi :*i :«i 



pp 

d Id Id 

ta, II, Is, 

death draw -eth 
s If In 
d, I d, I d, 

mf 

r In If 
S| Is, I s, 

With Thee to 
f In Ir 
t, It, It, 



d I 

i. : 

near: 

f : 
fi : 

n I 
s, I 
live, 
n I 
d I 



r Id Id 

s, Is, I fe, 

reign thro e - 

n In Ina 

S| Is, Is, 



lentando. 
d It, II, 



:- :i, 



Id 



s, :— :— 




r I r 


Ir 


r 


1, :i, 


:ii 


t, 


Keep us, 
fe Ife 


good 
Ife 


Lord 
s 


r Ir 


Ir 


r 


/ 
t, Id 


Ir 


d I 


f. If, 


If. 


n, I 


with Thee to 


die, 


r id 


:t, 


d I 


S, IS| 


Is, 


ii : 



d :- : 

n, :— : 

ty! 

d i— : 
d, :— : 

Edward Cas-wall^ iS 



1, Is, 




f. In, 




A - men. 




d Id 




f. Id, 





CSDealh. 



651 Valentine. 8s & 7s. 

Key Bb. 



IS, .81 


1, 


:s. 


: d .n 


n 


'.r 


In, .n. 


f, 


:n. 


:s,.s, 


s, 


:s. 


Tar-ry 
See! the 
Id .d 


with 
shades 

d 


me, 
of 

:d 


my 
even-ing 

Id .d 


Sav 
gath 
d 


• iour! 
- w, 

:t, 


:d, .d, 


d. 


:d, 


In, .d. 


8, 


:s. 


Ir .d 


t, ., 


Ills, 


Id .r 


n . 


,rld 


Ifi .n, 


ri 


Is, 


:s, .s, 


S| . 


»I£Hi 


Deeper. 

:t,.i 


deep 
r ., 

■l 


- er 

d:t, 

:sj_ 


grow the 
.r :d .t, 
J, In, .r. 


shad 
d . 


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,s,:s. 


IS| .3, 


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:d, 


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1. 


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: d .n 


n 


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Is, .n. 


i, 


In, 


:s, .s, 


S| 


: s. 


Swiftthe 
Id .d 


night 
d 


of 

:d 


death ad- 
;d .d 


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d 


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In, .d. 


s. 


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.n 


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. ta, 


For the 
And the 


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.d 



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.n 


• s. 


• s. 


Pal 


- er 


:t. 


.d 


:s. 


.8, 



• r .n 
:s,.ta 

Shall it 

:t,.d 

: s, .d 









Hibert P. Main, 1874. 










D.C 


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d 


:— 


1. 


5- 


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night 




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is 


pass-ing 
draw-ing 


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5 


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d 


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is, .81 


di 


:— 



2 Lonely seems the vale of shadow; 
Sinks my heart with troubled fear; 

Give me faith for clearer vision, 

Speak Thou, Lord! in words of cheer; 

Let me hear Thy voice behind me, 
Calming all these wild alarms; 

Let me, underneath thy weakness, 
Feel the everlasting arms. 

3 Feeble, trembling, fainting, dying, 
Lord! I cast myself on Thee; 

Tarry with me through the darkness; 

While I sleep, still watch by me. 
Tarry with me, O my Saviour! 

Lay my head upon Thy breast 
Till the morning; then awake me: 

Morning of eternal rest! 

Caroline Sprague Smith, 1852. 



6S 



Time, thou speedest on but slowly, 

Hours, how tardy is your pace! 
Ere with Him, the high and holy, 

I hold converse face to face. 
Here is naught but care and mourning; 

Comes a joy, it will not stay; 
Fairly shines the sun at dawning, 

Night will soon o'ercloud the day. 

2 Onward then! not long I wander 

Ere my Saviour comes for me, 
And with Him abiding yonder, 

All His glory I shall see. 
Oh, the music and the singing 

Of the host redeemed by love! 
Oh, the hallelujahs ringing 

Through the halls of light above. 

Johann Georg Albinus, 1652. 
Tr., Cat/:. Wink-worth, 1858. 



6^3 Requiem, l. m. 



A 

:s 
:d 



3WH. 



pi :— :i 


< 

s i— in 


d :— :r 


d :-:d 


d :-:d 


d :— :d 


sleep in 


Je - sus ! 


bless - ed 


s :— :s 


s :— :s 


i :— :ia 


d :— :r 


n '.— Id 


1 :-:f 



G. t. 
n :— Inl 

d :— :df 

sleep, From 

S : — u& 
d :-:d* 



ii :-:t, 
f, :i,:s, 



which none 

i :-if 
r :— Ir 



S. Burt Saxton, 1857. 



d I-.d elr.l 

si :— ~:h 

ev - er 

f in : i.r 



s :-.nx,r 
d :— :17 

wakes to 

n : s : f 



.i,:f, U, :— ;s, 



f. c. 
as:— < 

ds:- 

weep; 

nt:- 
ds:- 



r 1 :i :t.i 
f :— :i 

calm and 
t :— Ir'.t 
s :— :s 



s : d 1 : s 



f :n In 

un - dis- 

d 1 is : d< 
d :-:d 




d 1 l—'.s 
s.fln In 
pose, Dn • 
pi'.r'Id': d 1 
(T:~:ta 



d 1 :— Id' 

f :-.n:f.fe 



brok - en 

d 1 :— :d' 
1 :-:ia 



d 1 : s : s 


1 :— 


: s 


s :— 


s In In 


f :- 

last 


:f 

of 


n :— 

foes. 


by the 


n' *. d 1 : d 1 


t :— 


:t 


d 1 :— 


s l—'.s 


■1 :— 


: S| 


d :— 1 



2 Asleep in Jesus! Oh! how sweet 
To be for such a slumber meet, 
With holy confidence to sing — 

That death has lost his veuomed sting! 

3 Asleep in Jesus! peaceful rest,. 
Whose waking is supremely blest ; 
No fear, no woe, shall dim that hour 
That manifests the Saviour's power 



4 Asleep in Jesus! Oh! for me 
May such a blissful refuge be! 
Securely shall my ashes lie, 
Waiting the summons from on high. 

5 Asleep in Jesus! far from Thee 
Thy kindred and their graves may be; 
But thine is still a blessed sleep, 
From which none ever wakes to weep. 

Margaret Mackay, 1832, ab. 



654 Rest. l. m. 



William B. Bradbury, 1843, arr. 



KEY D. 

.sis .S 


d' 


I s 


Is ,n 


r : 


- .f 


If .f 


rf 


It 


:f"ff 


d 1 :- .\ 


.n In .n 


n 


Id 


Id .d 


t. : 


- .r 


Ir .r 


f 


If 


if .f 


n I- ./ 


'Death cannot 


make 


my 


soul a- 


fraid, 


If 


God my 


Lord 


be 


with me 


there; > 


.S IS .8 


s 


In 


In .s 


s I 


- .t 


It .t 


t 


Ir' 


Id'.s 


s i- A 


A Id .d 


d 


Id 


Id .d 


s, 


- .8, 


IS| .8| 


»i 


Is, 


IS, .8, 


d I- ./ 


.3 IS .8 


s 


In 


If .s 


1 : 


- .1 


Id'.l 


S .n 


Ir 


If 


n I- . 


.n In .n 


n 


Id 


Id .d 


d 


- .d 


Id .1 


n .d 


Id 


It, 


d I- . 


I can walk 


thro 


its 


dark-est 


shade, 


Anc 


nev-er 


un- der 


- stand 


a 


fear. " 


.d'ld' .d 1 


d 1 


Is 


If .in 


f : 


- .f 


11 .d' 


d'.s 


Is 


I s 


s I- • 


.d Id .d 


d 


Id 


.ta { 1 1, .s. 


f. : 


- -f. 


:ii.fi 


s,.s. 


I 8| 


Is, 


d I- . 



3^ectih. 



2 For He, alone yet not alone, 

Who trod that path, leads still the way; 
And guides His pilgrims, one by one, 
Within the gates of cloudless day. 

3 My sins are lost in Love's embrace, 
He stays my heart, Who did redeem: 

My soul is kept in perfect peace, 
Because my trust is fixed on Him. 

4 Assured forever of my Friend, 
Upon His word my faith can stand, 



55 Surrey Chapel, l. 



Key G. 



:r.d 

, :s,.s 

Gent - ly my 

d :f .n 

d :d.d 



t, :d 

fi In, 
Sav - iour! 
r Id 

s, :i. 



Id.r 

:s,.s 

rest my 

:f .f 

:i,.t 



n :f 
si :t, 

soul on 



r .f Ipi.r 

ii :t|.t, 


r 


d 
~d 


let me 


down 




f .1 I S.f 


f 


In 


fi.r,:S|.S| 


dT~ 


I- 


s :- . fe 


s 


;_ 


d :d 


t. 


'- 


Thee a 


lone, 




s .1 '.- .r 


r 


:- 


n Ir 


S| 


:- 



Copyright, 1881 by Blglow & Uain. 



Who, having love'd, loves to the end; 
And naught shall pluck me from His hand. 

5 What tho these daybeams disappear, — 
My candle now the Lord will light: 

Sun of my soul! Thou Saviour dear, 
If Thou art near, it is not night. 

6 Thine everlasting arms beneath, 

Twixt love and life, — how should I weep ? 
I cannot die, — there is no death! 
In Jesus' clasp, I'm laid to sleep. 

M. Woolsey Stryker , 1881. 



M. 



2 Bid me possess sweet peace within; 
Let childlike patience keep my heart, 

Then shall I feel my heaven begin, 
Before my spirit hence depart. 

3 Soon will the storm of life be o'er, 
And I shall enter endless rest; 

There I shall live to sin no more, 
And bless Thy name, forever blessed. 

4 There shall my raptured spirit raise 
Still louder notes than angels sing, — 

High glories to Immanuel's grace, 
My God, my Saviour, and my King! 

Rowland Hill, 1796, ab. 
X 



>1 



Ir .d 

:s,.s, 



To slumber in 



:f .pi 

:d,.d| 



Si 



Hubekt P. Main, 1881. 



1. :■.. 

fe, Is,. 



:t, 


i,.d:t,.i, 


• S| 


fe, :-.fe 


the 


arms of 


: r 


d .Pilr .d 


:s, 


r, :- .r, 



d :i 

i. :ii 

last, ex ■ 
n \x 

1, :r, 



n .r Id .t| 

lj_jJ5,.S, 
pir - ing 
s .f In .r 

Pl|.f|I s,.s 



death ; 
d |_t,. 

s, :- . 

d :- . 

s, :- . 

breath. 

pi I- . 

d, :- . 



s, :ii.t, 

s, ISi.se, 
Ev'n till my 
d Id .pi 

ni :f|.n, 

656 

Let me be with Thee, where Thou art, 
My Saviour, my eternal Rest; 

Then only will this longing heart 
Be fully and for ever blest. 

2 Let me be with Thee, where Thou art, 
Where spotless saints Thy name adore; 

Then only will this sinful heart 
Be evil and defiled no more. 

3 Let me be with Thee, where Thou art 
Where none can die, where none remove; 

Where life nor death my soul can part 
From Thy bless'd presence and Thy love. 

Charlotte Elliott, 1841, ab. 



^57 Meinhold. 7s & 8s. 

Key G. 



3ca£K. 



J. S. Bach. 

D.C. 



/ 


n In 


n : s 


i if 


n :— 


n In 


r In 


f :n 


r I— 


d I— 


( 


d :d 

Ten- der 
Ah, how 


d :d 

Shep- herd, 
peace -fal, 


d :tj 

Thou hast 
pale, and 


d :— 

still'd 
mild, 


d :d 

Now Thy 
In its 


t, :d 

lit- tie 
nar - row 


r Id 

lamb's brief 
bed 'tis 


d It, 


d I— 


I 


weep - 
sleep - 


f 


s is 


1 Is 


1 is 


s :— 


s Is 


s Is 


s Is 


1 Is 


n I— 


\ 


d : d.t, 


li In, 


r, Is, 


d, :- 


d, In,.f, 


s. Id 


t| Id. Hi 


f, Is, 


d. I— 



n In 


r Ir 


d Id 


li 


d Id 


d It, 


t, 11, 


se. 


And no 


sigh of 


an - gnish 


sore 


s Is 


s I-.f 


n In 


n 


d,.r,:n,.fi 


s, Is, 


l,.t,Id.r 


n 



1 


I s 


1. 


.t,Id 


Heaves that 


d 


•r In 


I, 


In, 



f In 


r 


Ir 


d 


d.t,Id 


d 


It, 


d 


lit - tie 


bo 


- sum 


more 


f Is 


1 


IS.f 


n 


Ti In, 


fi 


Is, 


d, 



2 In this world of care and pain, 
Lord, Thou wouldst no longer leave it; 

To the sunny heavenly plain 

Thou dost now with joy receive it ; 

Clothed in robes of spotless white, 

Now it dwells with Thee in light. 



3 Ah, Lord Jesus, grant that we 
Where it lives may soon be living, 

And the lovely pastures see 
That its heavenly food are giving ; 

Then the gain of death we prove, 

Though Thou take what most we love. 

J. W. Meinhold. Tr., Catherine IVinkworth, 1858 



658 St. Millicent. 7s & 4s. 

KEY Et?. 



Arthur S. Sullivan, 1873. 



n I— 


In 


s If In 


r I— 


In 


r I — I- 


r 


I— Ir 


f 


In Ir 


d I— 


Ir v 


d I— 

Let 


Id 

no 


n Ir I d 


d I- 

day 


Id 

be 


d I— I— 

shed, 


t, 

Ho 


:-:ti 

- ly 


is 


:— it, 

this 


li I— 

nar - 


:ii ) 


tears to - 


row) 


s I— 
d I— 


I s 
Id 


s I— Is 

d Ir In 


1 I— 
f I- 


11 
If 


1 I— I— 
f I- I— 


f 

s l 


I— If 

I- Is, 


r 


In If 


n I— 

i. :- 


In \ 


S| 


I— Is, 


:ii' 


d I— 


\ — 


1 I— I— 


— Is 


If 


f I- I- 


n 


I — ; — 


r 


I— : — 


n I— 


1 — 


s, I— 


I— 


1. I- I- 


d I— 


I— 


d :— :— 


d 


I— I— 


t, 


I— I— 


d I- 


:— 


bed. 




Al 


le 




lu 


ia. 




A 


- 


men. 




n I— 


I— 


d I— I— 


— Id 


If 


1 I— I- 


s 


I— I— 


s 


I— I— 


s I— 


:— 


n, I— 


I— 


f. :-:- 


1. I- 


I— 


d :- :— 


d 


I— I— 


S| 


I— I— 


d I— 


:— 



2 Not salvation hardly won, 
Not the meed of race well run! 

Alleluia! 

3 But the pity of the Lord 
Gives His child a full reward ; 

Alleluia! 

4 Grants the prize without the course , 
Crowns, without the battle's force. 

Alleluia! 



5 God, who loveth innocence, 
Hastes to take His darling hence. 

Alleluia! 

6 Christ, when this sad life is done, 
Join us to Thy little one. 

Alleluia! 

7 And in Thine own tender love, 
Bring us to the ranks above. 

Alleluia! Amen! 

Tr., Richard F. LittUdale, 1869. 



3IWh. 



659 Woolsey. 

KEY AJ7. 

( 



L. M. 



Hubert P. Main, 1881. 



pi Ir : t, 


r :d :d 


d :— :ia, 


s, :— :— 


s, Ir In 


d : t, : d 


pi 1 1| Ir 


s, : i ( :ia, 


s, :— :ta. 


IjJJ < : r, 


n, :— :— 


f, : f , :n, 


Pii I — '. ri| 


fiji- : i, 


My will, 


Lord, to 


Thine I 


bow; 


No thought of 


fear dis- 


turbs me 


d :i :f 


pi :— Is 


f : ii : t, 


d :— :— 


ti :t,:t, 


d :— :d 


l, :r :d 


d :d :d 


d :— in. 


*.:-:fi 


d, :- :- 


S| ; S| Ise L 


1. :-:i. 


r, :— Ife, 



r 

s, 
now, 



st. ! — ! — / 



/ 


in :r it. 


r :d Id 


d I— Ila, 


1, :- :- 


1. : 1. : t, 


r Id If 


n I— Ir 


\ 


s, : l, :ia. 


s, I— :ta. 


i,. : ti : r. 


Pl| I— I— 


itPhi. : U 


n, I— 1 1, 


s,.fe,:f,:f| 


< 


While I can 


see Thy 


lovo di - 


vine, 


With constant 


light, a - 


round me 


1 


d if :i 


Pi I— Is 


f : ii : t, 


d I— I— 


d.delr Ir 


d I— Id 


t, I- It, 


\ 


d :d :d 


d I— I Pi| 


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d, I— I- 


f |.m,:r, I se. 


1. :-:r, 


s, I— I s. 



d I— 

n, I— 

shine. 

d I— 

d, :- 



» 



Efr.t. dolce. rit. 

s I— II 



rs : n I fe 
s,dld Id 

What though 
t.mls Ir 



d I- Id 

my hour of 

n I— In 
sidld 1 1| is, I— Is, 



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f In I— 


s I d 1 1 1 


t 11 If 


n I f Ir 


tiT-Ir 


d~T-i— 


d Id Id 


<Ti^:d 


tT^it, 


death draws 


nigh, 


With Thee so 


close 'tis 


sweet to 


f Iris 


s I— I— 


s Is Is 


1 If 11 


s 11 If 


s, I— It, 


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ds,I— I- 

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/ 


n Ir It, 


r Id Id 


d I— Ila, 


s, I— I— 


i. :i.:t, 


r Id Is 


s.flr In 


d I— I— 


\ 


s, 11, Ila, 


s, I— Ita, 


!■ :f,:r, 


n, I— I— 


l,.s,If,:f, 


pi, I— I ta, 


iTTfi : si 


n, I— I- 


I 


To feel Thine 


arms a- 


bout me 


thrown, 


And know tha 


1 1 am 


all Thine 


own. 


1 


d If If 


pi ; — is 


i : ii : t, 


d :— :— 


d.delr Ir 


d I— Id 


d :t,:t. 


d I— I— 


I 


d Id Id 


d I— I pi, 


f, :-:f. 


d, :- :- 


f i-niilr, :se. 


ii :— in. 


fi Is, Is, 


d, I- I- 



Copyright, 1881, bj Biglow 4 Main. 



2 Not Jordan's stream ray heart can chill ; 
Lo! at Thy voice its waves are still; 
Thy gentle hand will guide my barque, 
And steer it safe o'er waters dark. 
Earth's transient scenes are wauing fast, 
Its toils and tears will soon be past, 
And, strife all done, my soul shall rise 
To reach its home beyond the skies. 



3 Oh bliss untold! from sleep to wake 
Where raptured songs of glory break; 
Oh who would dwell forever here, 
When joy, and heaven, and God aretherel 
On Thee, Lord, my all I rest, 
I lean my head upon Thy breast; 
My latest breath Thy praise shall be, 
I close myieyes, at peace with Thee. 

Frances J, Van Ahtyne, 1881. 



3eafH. 



660 Greenwood, s. M. 



Joseph E. Sweetser, 18 



KEY Aj?. 
























n Ir Id 


s, I- 11, 


s, I— 


I— 


t, 11, It, 


d I— 


In 


3 I— 


s, If, In, 


iii I— I fi 


H| I— 


I— 


l\ :fi if. 


n, I— 


Is, 


*, I- 


I lay me 


down to 


sleep, 




With nei - ther 


thought 


nor 


:are, 


d Id Id 


d I— Id 


d I— 


I— 


r Id Ir 


n I— 


Id 


r I — 


d| Id, I d. 


d, I- Id, 


d, :- 


I — 


s, . s, . s, 


d I- 


Id 


s, I— 


r Id Ir 


n I— In 


n I 


— In 


f :— :T~ 


1 is : 


n 


n I 


— Ir 


d I— 


S| Is, Is, 


s, I— Isei 


1, I 


- Ita, 


1, I— Id 


dT— : 


S| 


s, I 


- Is, 


s, I— 


Whether the 


break of 


mon 


l - ing's 


light Shall 


find 


me 


here 


or 


there. 


f In It, 


d I— Ir 


d I 


— Id 


d I- Ir 


n I— 


d 


d I 


s If 


n I— 


S, .S| .S| 


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66 


I 











2 A bowing burdened head, 
That only asks to rest, 

Unquestioned and unquestioning, 
Upon a loving breast, 

3 My half day's work is done, 
And this is all my part. 

I can but give a patient God 
An uncomplaining heart. 



Anon t 1862, a. 



The pains of death are past; 

Labor and sorrow cease; 
And, life's long warfare closed at last, 

His soul is found in peace. 

2 Soldier of Christ! well done! 

Praise be thy new employ; 
And, while eternal ages run, 

Rest in thy Saviour's joy! 

James Montgo)}iery . 1835, ab. 



662 Immanuel. 7s. 



p KEY C. 

n In 
d Id 



Grave. 

|r In 
It, Id 



When our heads are 
s IS Is Is 



d Id 

P 

s Is 

de Ir 

When we 

ta Ita 

n Ir 



Id 



|s If 
|n Ir 
mourn the 
|ta II 
|de Ir 



f I- .f |n 
d I- .d |d 

bowed with woe, 
1 I- .1 |s 
i, : f, Id 



r .- .r |n 

t, I- -t,|d 
lost, the dear, 

s I- .s |s 

s, I-..s,|d 











R. Redhead, 1852. 


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s Is 


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11 


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1 


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^eaih. 



2 Thou our throbbing flesh hast worn; 
Thou our mortal griefs hast borne ; 
Thou hast shed the human tear ; 
Jesus, Son of Mary, hear! 

3 When the solemn death-bell tolls 
For our own departing souls, 
When our final doom is uear, 
Jesus, Son of Mary, hear. 



4 When the heart is sad within, 
With the thought of all its sin; 
When the spirit sinks with fear, 
Jesus, Son of Mary, hear! 

5 Thou the shame, the grief, hast known, 
Though the sins were not Thine own, 
Thou hast bowed their load to bear; 
Jesus, Son of Mary, hear! 

Henry H. Milman, 1821. 



663 



Requiescat. 4s & 6s. 

KEY D. 



pp 



d :— id :d 


d i-i-i- 


■ :-.f|m :r 


s, :— 1 s, is, 


ii 5— 1-:- 


d :-.d|t, :t, 


Sleep thy last 


sleep, 


Free from care and 


pi :— |n in 


n :-|-:- 


1 :-.i|s :f 


d :— |d :d 


1* = — I — 2 — 


fi :— -fiis, :s. 



r :— |n : 
t,:-|d : 

sor - row ; 

f :- In : 
s, :- id : 



Cres. 



pi 1- 


- |n 


in 


r I- 


-|r 


ir 


Rest, 


where 


none 


sel- 


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Ise 


t|I- 


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it, 



J. Baknby, 18 



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t, 



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row; 
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roll 
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soul 




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2 Life's dream is past, 

All its sin, its sadness, 
Brightly at last 

Dawns a day of gladness; 
Under thy sod, 

Earth, receive our treasure. 

To rest in God, 

Waiting all His pleasure. 



3 Though we may mourn 

Those in life the dearest, 
They shall return, 

Christ, when Thou appearest! 
Soon shall Thy voice 

Comfort those now weeping 
Bidding rejoice, 

All in Jesus sleeping. Amen. 

Edward A. Dayman, 18 



664 Pilgrim. 

KeyE. 

I— |s :f n 

I— |r :r d 

Go to the 

s :— | s is s 

d :-|t, it, d 



— ,r 

ti :— 

in 

— :f 

si :— 



f :r |n :f 

t,:r |d :r 

ty of zeal and 

s is |s :i 
r :t, id :f, 




1 :— is :f 
d :-|t, :t, 

pass to thy 
f I n |r : r 

fTi 11 is, :s, 



r I— 
til- 
power ; 



d is, 
S| : s, 

pointment 
d *.d 
Hi ; pi| 



n I- 

d :- 

rest: 

d :- 

i.:- 



ios 9 & 1 1. 



i. :r 
f, :i, 

i3 the 

d :i 



d Ir |pi : f 
d :t, |d :r 

all thy glo-rious 

n In 1 : 1 
i.:i. H. if, 



n :— | s : f 

d :— |d :r 

A Chris-tian 

s :— |s :i 
d :— in, :f, 



d :— It. :- 
a, : — | — :f, 

ser - vant's 

n :— |r :— 
s,:— is, :— 



d 1 :— 1 1 : i 

d I — |r Ir 

Sol - dier of 

f :i |s :f 

i.:-|t, :t, 



f. E. 

ds:- 



n,t,:- 

hour. 
dsl- 

d,s,:- 



Henry Smart, i8 



r :- 



prime, 

s :-i-:- 
s, :-i-:- 



n :— 


I- 


Ir 


d :— 


|t. 


:— 


can - 


not 




s :— 


If 


:— 


s.:— 


1- 


ise. 



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l-:- i- 


d :— |d :d 


d :— |- 


In full ac - 


tiv 


s :— |n :s 


i :— |- 


n '.— |d '.n 


t :— 1- 


B. t. 

d f.:s, n, :t, 

df,:n, |f, :f. 


r :— |d 

s, :— |- 


die be-fore his 


time, 


nl,: 1, |r :r 
l.r,:r, |r, Ir, 


S| '.— |d 

n, :— 1- 



Is 

:d 

i - 
Is 
In 



Refrain. 



r I— 


•|n 


If 


t.I- 


■It, 


:t, 


Ser - 


vant 


of 


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-Is 


Is 


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If 


If 



Id 

Id 
sus. 
Is 
In, 



s 


In 


Id 


If 


n 


[s, 


U, 


ir 


Je 


- 


sus, 


go 


n 


:— 


If 


11 


d 


i— 


If 


Ir 



n In |f Ir 


d :— 


d Id |t, It, 


d I— 


dwell among the 


blest. 


s Is | r If 


n I— 


s Is |s. Is, 


d I— 



2 Go to the grave; at noon from labor cease; 
Rest on thy sheaves, thy harvest-task is done; 

Come from the heat of battle, and in peace, 
Soldier, go home; with thee the fight is won. 

3 Go to the grave, for there thy Saviour lay 
In death's embraces, ere He rose on high; 

And all the ransomed, by that narrow .way 
Pass to eternal life beyond the sky, 

James Montgomery , 1825, ab. 



Qflesutrtreciion. 



66 S 



Wareham. l. m. 



KEY b|z, 



:d 


d It, 11, 


s, I— 


Id 


r Id It, 


d I-Ir 


pi Ir Id 


t. Id Ir 


d :t,:i, 


In, 


hi : si : f i 


pii I— 


I pi. 


1, IS| IS| 


s, I — I s. 


s, I— Ife, 


8, I— I s. 


1, Is, Ife, 


Wh 


at sin - ners 


val - 


ue 


I re - 


sign; Lord! 


'tis e - 


rough that 


Thou art 


'id 


d I— Id 


d I— 


Id 


f In Ir 


pi I— It, 


d Ir Ir 


r In Ir 


pi Ir Id 


Id, 


d, :-Id, 


d, I- 


Hi 


f, Is, Is, 


d, I— I s, 


<TTt,:i, 


s, :_n, 1 1 2 


d, Ir, Ir, 



William Knapp, 1738. 



S, I— 

s, I— , 

mine; 

t,I- 

s, I—, 



S| 

pi. 


i. :s,:i,.t, 

f, Is, If, 


d I- It, 
s, :— :si.f| 


d I— Ir 

PI, I— I s, 


PI I— 
S| I— 


Ir.n 
Is, 


f Ipi Ir 

fi Is, I s. 


d It, Id 

s. If, Is, 


r Id It, 

1, Is,If, 


d :- 

pii i— 


I 
d 


shall be - 
d I— Ir 


hold Thy 
pi I— Ir 


bliss - ral 
d I- It, 


face, 
d I— 


And 


stand com- 
d I- It, 


plete in 
d Ir Ipi 


right - eous - 
f In Ir 


ness. 
d I— 


d. 


f ( : n, : r, 


d, :— : s, 


1, I- Is, 


d I— 


Is, 


1. Is, If, 


pii Ir, Id, 


fTTs, : s, 


d,I- 



2 This life's a dream — an empty show: 
But the bright world, to which I go, 
Hath joys substantial and sincere; 
When shall I wake, and find me there ? 

3 Oh! glorious hour!— Oh! bless'd abode! 
I shall be near and like my God; 
And flesh and sin no more control 
The sacred pleasures of the soul. 

4 My flesh shall slumber in the ground, 
Till the last trumpet's joyful sound: 
Then burst the chains, with sweet surprise, 
And in my Saviour's image rise. 

Isaac Watts, 1719. 



667 



Faith sees the bright eternal doors 
Unfold, to make His children way; 

They shall be clothed with endless life, 
And shine in everlasting day. 

2 The trump shall sound; the dust awake, 
From the cold tomb the slumberers spring ; 

Thro heaven, with joy, their myriads rise, 
And hail their Saviour and their King. 

Timothy Dwight, 1800. 



666 



We sing His love, who once was slain, 
Who soon o'er death revived again, 
That all His saints, thro Him, might have 
Eternal conquests o'er the grave. 

2 The saints, who now in Jesus sleep, 
His own almighty power shall keep, 
Till dawns the bright illustrious day, 
When death itself shall die away. 

3 Hasten, dear Lord! the glorious day, 
And this delightful scene display: 
When all Thy saints from death shall rise, 
Raptured in bliss beyond the skies. 

Rowland Hill, 1796. 



668 

Go, labor on; spend, and be spent,-— 
Thy joy to do the Father's will ; ' 

It is the way the Master went; 

Should not the servant tread it still ? 

2 Go, labor on; 'tis not for naught; 
Thine earthly loss is heavenly gain ; 

Men heed thee, love thee, praise thee not; 
The Master praises; — what are men? 

3 Go, labor on; enough, while here, 
If He shall praise thee, if He deign 

Thy willing heart to mark and cheer; 
No toil for Him shall be in vain. 

4 Toil on, and in thy toil rejoice; 

For toil, comes rest, for exile, home; 
Soon shalt thou hear the Bridegroom's voice 
The midnight peal:— "Behold! I come!" 

Horatius Bonar, 1857 



"2a 



csurrec 



lion:. 



669 China, c. m. 



Timothy Swan. 1800. 



Key 



I'.n 

Us, 

(Why 

/:d 
l:d, 

Ir 

'Tis 

i:sj 



- .r 

- 't\ 

we 

- :t, 

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the 

- :d 

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mourn de 

d :- :d 

ii :— :ii 



ing 

:ii 
:i. 



(1 


'•- 


-Injji 


PI, 


:ii 


:s u f|«ni. 


voice 


that 


d 


i- 


- :d 


1, 


i- 


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" »l i :i, 
n, :— :di 

part 

d : 
ii 



n, :— :s, 
t 2 :— : m, 

friends, Or 
li : se, Id 

11, :— :d. 



s, :— 


:s,.i. 


S| :— 


In, 


shake 


at 


d :— 


:d 


nil :— 


:d. 



i, :- :t, 

fi :- :ii 

death's a - 

d 1 r ". r 

f, :r, :s. 



2 Are we not tending upward too, 
As fast as time can move ? 

Nor would we wish the hours more slow, 
To keep us from our love. 

3 Why should we tremble to convey 
Their bodies to the tomb ? 

There the dear flesh of Jesus lay, 
And left a long perfume. 

4 The graves of all His saints He bless'd, 
And softened every bed; 

Where should the dying members rest, 
But with their dying Head ? 

5 Tlieuce He arose, ascending high, 
And showed our feet the way; 

Up to the Lord our flesh shall fly 
At the great rising day. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



d :— 

n, :— 

larms ? 

d :— 

d, :— 

d :— 

n, :— 

arms. 

d :— 

d, :- 



3 Their toils are past — their work is done, 
And they are fully bless'd; 

They fought the fight, the vict'ry won, 
And entered into rest. 

4 Then let our sorrows cease to flow, — 
God has recalled His own; 

But let our hearts, in every woe, 
Still say,— "Thy will be done!" 

O. P., 1836. 



Ir.d 


r I— :ri|.S| 


d :— 


In.d 


\\— isuii.t 


s ( .fe, 


s, :— :ni 


ni, :— 


:s. 


fi :- :«i 


sus 


sends, To 


call 


them 


to His 


Ir 


t, :- :i 


s, :— 


Id 


d:— :t u d <r 


:t,.i, 


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fi :— is, 



6 7 



67O 



Why should our tears in sorrow flow, 
When God recalls His own, 

And bids them leave a world of woe, 
For an immortal crown ? 

2 Is not e'en death a gain to those, 
Whose life to God was given ? 

Gladly to earth their eyes they close, 
To open them in heaven. 



The time draws nigh, when, from the clouds, 
Christ shall with shouts descend; 

And the last trumpet's awful voice 
The heavens and earth shall rend. 

2 Then they who live shall changed be, 
And they who sleep shall wake; 

The graves shall yield their ancient charge, 
And earth's foundations shake. 

3 The saints of God, from death set free, 
With joy shall mount on high; 

The heavenly host, with praises loud, 
Shall meet them in the sky. 

4 Together to their Father's house, 
With joyful hearts, they go; 

And dwell for ever with the Lord, 
Beyond the reach of woe. 

Michael Bruce, 1766. 



*®He ^Sccorxb ^Cbx>cir{, 



672- Lancashire. 7s & 6s. 

Key e>. 



Henry Smart, 1836. 



/ 

:s 

Re 

:n 
*id 



s In 
d Id 



If :i 

Id :d 



joice, re - joice be 
PI :s II :f 



:d 



Id 



s I— |n Id 1 

d I— |d In 

liev - ers! And 

n I— Is Is 



let your lights ap - 
1 Id" |t II 



|d Ita, 1, Il| s, I f 1 s, I— 



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t. I- 

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Is 


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s In |f 11 


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lit, 


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Id 


Id 


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Id 


Id 


t, I- 


) 


The 


eve - rung is ad - 


vane - 


u»g, 


And 


dark- er 


night 


is 


near. 


I 


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n Ita |1 If 


n I— 


Is 


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Is, 


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Ir, 


I s 
It, 


s I— 


in v 


It.fe, 


d I— 


d I— 


1- 


The 


Bride- groom is a - 


ris 


ing, 


And 


soon He 


draw 


-eth 


nigh; 




Ifd 


t, If |f If 

s, Ir |t, Is, 

d' Id' |d' Id' 


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pray, and watch, and 


wres 


tle,- 


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mid - nighl 


comes 


the 


cry! 




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d' Is |1 Ita 


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d I— 


I — 



2 See that your lamps are burning, 

Replenish them with oil; 
And wait for your salvation, 

The end of earthly toil. 
The watchers on the mountain 

Proclaim the Bridegroom near, 
Go meet Him as He cometh, 

With hallelujahs clear. 



3 wise and holy virgins, 

Now raise your voices higher, 
Till, in your jubilations, 

Ye meet the heavenly choir. 
The marriage feast is waiting, 

The gates wide open stand; 
Up, up, ye heirs of glory! 

The Bridegroom is at hand. 

Laurentius Laurenti, 1690. 
Tr., Jane Borthwick, 1553. 



^Ke ^yeconb ^}ibx>eni. 



673 Midnight Cry. 14s. 



G. A. Macparren, 1872. 



is 

In 

;Be 

ild 



KeyC. 
s 



.si :i 
n ;- .n }f if 

hold the Bride- grooin 
d' :- .d'|d" :d' 

d :- .dif :t 



d 1 :- .s 1 s : s 

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com - eth in the 

n 1 :- .d'ld 1 :d' 



d :- .did :d t, :s, |i, :t, 



Is :s 
If if 



s :s 
f :i 

mid - die of the 
r' :t |d' :r' 



:s.d> 


n 1 :- ,d'|s 


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r 1 I- .t |s 


Is.t 


r' I- .s |s 


Ife 


Is 


s I- .s s 


: s 


s I- .s |s 


Is 


s I- .r |pi 


Ir 


And 


blest is he 


whose 


loins are girt, 


whose 


lamp is burn 


ing 


In' 


pi 1 I- .n' |pi' 


rn 1 


r 1 I- .r'|r' 


Ir' 


t I- .t |d' 


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Ir 


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woe to that 


Ir 

dull 


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rhom his 


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la 


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If 


s I- .n |n 


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s I- .f |f 


If 


With 


lamp nn - trimmed, un - 


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with 


slum - ber in 


his 


:t 


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n 1 I- .d'|d' 


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is, 


d :d |i 


If 


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Id 


s, I- .s |s 


Is 



s .— 

PI I— 

night, 
8 I— 



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r I— 

bright ; 
t I— 
S I— 

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prise 

tr' : 



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2 That day, the day of fear, shall come; ray soul slack not thy toil, 
But light thy lamp, and feed it well, and make it bright with oil; 
Who knowest not how soon may sound the cry at eventide, 
"Behold the Bridegroom comes. Arise! go forth to meet the Bride." 

3 Beware, my soul, take thou good heed, lest thou in slumber lie, 
And, like the five, remain without, and knock, and vainly cry; 

But watch, and bear thy lamp undimmed, and Christ shall gird thee on 
His own bright wedding-robe of light, the glory of the Sou. 

Gerard Moultrie, 1867. 



674 Archangel. 



8s s & 4. 



^ib ei. 



Max Piutti, 18 





Key D. 


Maestoso. 


















/ 


s Is 


d< Is 


n I-.f 


n Ir 


d In 


1 


Ir 


1 


I-.s 


s I 


I 


d It, 


d Id 


d :-.d 


d It, 


d Id 


d 


:-.t, 


1. 


Id 


ti I 


} 


Lo! Ee 


comes, with 


clouds de- 


scend-ing, 


Once for 


fa 


- vored 


sin 


- ners 


slain ; 


/ 


n Is 


n In 


s I-.l 


s Is 


s Is.se 


1 


Ife.s 


d> 


Ife 


s I 


( 


d Is, 


1, Id 


s, I-.f, 


s, Is.f 


n IdTti 


1. 


I-.s, 


fei 


Ir 


s, I 





s Ir 1 


r' Id 1 


d 1 It 


t 11 


1 11 


1 Ife 


d 1 


It .1 




t, If 


f In 


r Ise 


se 11 


f If 


n ^r 


r 


Ir 




Thou-sand 


thou-sand 


saints at - 


tend - ing 


Swell the 


tri - umph 


of 


His 




s Is 


s Is 


se Ir 1 


r 1 Id 1 


d 1 Ir' 


d 1 11 


fe 


Is.l 




t It, 


d Id 


n In 


f If 


f Ir 


1, Ir 


r 


In.l 



s 

r I— 

train; 

d> M 

s I — 



d' It .1 


s 


If 


in T- .f 


A~ 


"T- .t 


Hal - le- 


lu 


- 


d' I- . d' 


s 


:— 


1 Is .f 


n 


Ir 



ff. 



n I— 
d I— 

jah! 

s I— 


s 
d 

Je 
n 
d 


11 

Id 

- sus 

If 
:fi 


d> Id . f 
d Id 

comes, and 
n If .la 


n Ir 
d It, 

comes to 
s Is . f 
S| IS| 


d 
d 

reign 
n 


d I— 


1, :ia,.f, 


d 



Copyright, 1881, by Biglow & Main. 

2 Every island, sea and mountain, 
Heaven and earth shall flee away; 

All who hate Him must, confounded, 
Hear the trump proclaim the day: 

"Come to judgment! 
Come to judgment ! come away." 

3 Now redemption, long expected, 
See, in solemn pomp appear! 

All His saints, by man rejected, 
Now shall meet Him in the air: 

Hallelujah! 
See the day of God appear! 

v. I. Charles Wesle , 1758, a. 
v. 2 &L$.John Comtek, 1749,0. 



67S 



O'er the distant mountains breaking, 
Comes the reddening dawn of day; 

Rise, my soul, from sleep awaking, 
Rise, and sing, and watch, and pray; 

'Tis thy Saviour! 
On His bright returning way. 



2 O Thou long-expected, weary 
Waits my anxious soul for Thee; 

Life is dark, aud earth is dreary 
Where Thy light I do not see: 

O my Saviour, 
When wilt Thou return to me ? 



3 Long, too long, in sin and sadness, 
Far away from Thee I pine; 

When, oh when, shall I the gladness 
Of Thy Spirit feel in mine ? 

O my Saviour, 
When shall I be wholly Thine? 

4 Nearer is my soul's salvation, 
Spent the night, the day at hand; 

Keep me in my lowly station. 

Watching for Thee, till I stand, — 

my Saviour, 
In Thy bright aud promised land. 

John S. B. Monsell, 1863. 



X^he ^>ecarxb ^}ibx>erii. 



6 J 6 Elizabeth, ios & 7. 



Key C 
d 1 



lln 

("Thy 
/Id 1 

:d 



:s 
n :d 

king - dom 

s :s 

d In 



s .f In .f 

d .d :d .d 

all the prom-ise 

pi a is .1 

n, .1, Is, .f , 
f. C. 

|ds 

Mi 



ty 

is 
d,S, 



IS 

Ir 

The 

:t 

Is 



d 1 
s 

earth, 

d 1 

n 



n .f 


is .d 


d .d 


:i .d 


come!'' 


blessed 


d> .d 1 


Is .s 


1 .1 


In .n 



.r 
It, 

Thy 
Is 



PI, .f, Is, 



Is 

In 

as 
Ita 
Id 



1 

d 

Son 

1 

f 



II 
Ir 
of 
It 
If 



s 

n 

God, 
d 1 
n 



Is 
If 

Ful 
It 
Ir 



Henry Smart, 1872. 

G. t. 

d'f 



fill 
d'f 

df, 



II 

I I. -t, 

ing 
I d .r 



n I— 


n 


In 


B 


If .r 


r 


Ir 


d I— 


s. 


Ise, 


1, 


:i7~ 


S| 


If, 


word: 


Cot 


- er 


with 


Thy 


ma 


- jes 


s I— 


n 


Ir 


d 


Id 


d 


It, 


d I- 


d 


it. 


1. 


If, 


S| 


Is, 



1 .t Id 1 .d 1 
d .f In .1 

mighty wa - ter 
1 .r 1 Id' .d 1 
f .r II .f 



n' 
s 

floods 
d' 



Ir 1 
If 

the 
It 

Is, 



d 1 


d 1 


I— 


d 1 I— 




n 


f 


I— 


n I— 




ea! 


A 


- 


men. 




d 1 


1 


I — 


s I— 




d 


f 


I— 


d I— 





2 Let lust, and anarchy, and falsehood yield 
To signs and wonders of the Holy Child: 

All earth's kingdoms now be one, — 
The kingdom of our God, and Christ His Son. 

3 The winds Thy sandals, and the tides Thy path, 
Break all oppression with Thy rod of wrath; 

Everlasting righteousness 
Bring in, and reign, Thou Holy Prince of Peace! 

4 Bring tears of joy to long expectant eyes, 
Above the noonday let Thy light arise: 

Far and wide Thy truth advance, 
And take Thine uttermost inheritance. 

5 Thine unseen kingdom rises in our midst, 
Amid the candles walks the living Christ: 

O reveal Thy wondrous way 
Brighter and brighter to Thy perfect day! 

6 Thy blesse'd Gospel conq'ring all earth's gloom, 
Lord, even so, Thy kingdom quickly come! 

Thine the might was, Thine the power, 
And Thine shall be the glory evermore. Amen. 

M. Waolsey Stryker, 1880. 



677 



C^hc .Second ^kt&vcrxi. 



Burst forth, O Bridegroom, from Thy chamber bright! 
That, all earth's darkness swallowed up of light, 
Forth may stand Thy holy Bride, — 
The travail of Thy soul be satisfied. 

2 Fair as the moon, and clear as Thou her Sun, 
Thine undivided garment putting ou, 

Thou wilt take her then, and own 

The love no waters quenched, nor floods could drown. 

3 Long has she waited, watched, and mourned apart, 
But now is set a seal upon Thy heart, 

Joyful reads the way she trod 
Submissive to the righteousness of God. 

4 Rejoice with trembling, serve the Lord with fear, 
Though we know not the day He shall appear, 
Even time shall still be light, 

And joyful morning follow heavy night. 

5 Oh glorious day, when Christ, our Sun, shall rise; 
And heaven's high morning fill the unfolding skies: 
None shall say, "Lo here!" — " Lo there 1" 

For lo! the shining light is everywhere! 

M. Woolsey Stryktr, 1880. 



678 Louise. 8s & 7s. 



Hubert P. Main, 1869. 



KEY C 

:s.i 



.n .pi 

Zi-on, 

Id'.d 

l:d.d 



.PI .PI 
:d.r 

(Oh, 
/:s.se 

:d.t 



thou 



1 
f 

drear 
t 

r 

pi 
d 



\s 


.d' 


In 


.s 


and 


in 


:d> 


.d' 


Id 


• pi 



wea - ry, 

1 :d' 
1. 



1 ii 



Andante. 
'.8 

:i 

■ y 
:t 

•81 

:i :i .s 

:n :f .f 

cease to 

:t .t 
:i, :r .s, 



:i 
:f 

guish, 

:d> 

: i 



s :d> 

pi In 

Ian - guish, 
d< Is 
d id 



:d'.i 
:i .f 

In the 
Id 1 .d 1 

:i .i 

Ores. 

: d 1 .d 1 
.'s .s 

Je - sus 

: ta.ta 

: pi .pi 



s .1 :r if 

d .d :t, Ir 

des- ert hast Thou 

d'.d 1 :s :s 

pi .f : s : Si 

j.t,i:8 .tf : t .r 1 

f .Mlri : r .f 

shall lift up thy 

1 .d 1 :d^s :s 

t A '.S : S; 



d 

stray 'd 

s 



d' 

n 

head. 

s 

d 



2 Still lamenting and bemoaning, 
'Mid thy follies and thy woes; 

Soon repeuting and returning, 
All thy solitude shall close. 

3 Though benighted and forsaken, 
Though afflicted and distressed,- 



His almighty arm shall waken: 
Ziou's King shall give thee rest. 

4 Cease thy sadness, unbelieving, 
Soon His glory thou shalt see, 

Joy, and gladness, and thanksgiving, 
And the voice of melody. 

Thomas Hastings , 1831. 



^he ^Secorib ^}ibx>cYi{. 



679 Day Star. 7s. 

KEY Bk>. 

Soprano. 
( In .A Is :- .d : n .,r Id 

{ Watch- Iman! tell us of the I night, 



Franz Abt, 1842. 



:w,i8i i-^.t^.-.s, „f, in, :— J 

What its| signs of prom-ise I are, — j 



Bass or Tenor. 
:n,.,Be,| 1, :- .1, : t, .,m, id 

Trav'le|r!o'er yon mountain's! height 



l : S| .,s 

(Watchm 



:- .s, :t,.d 

:- .s, :f,.n 

an does its beauteous 
r I- .ti :r .d 



r :— 



ray 



pi 


:— 


:rjn£ 


d 


S| 


:-• 


IfuS|<f 1 


n, 


Trav 
d 


• 


'tar! 


yes; 

d 


d 


• — 


r Si 


d. 


1, 


1 n 


:- .r 


S| 


f. 


:ii 


:- .fi 


n, 


Prom 
d 


• 


ised 

:- .1, 


day 
d 


f, 


• 


:- .f, 


Si 


/ 
s 


:- .f 


:i,.r 


r 


iT~ 


:— 


S| 


Prom 

d 

f, 


:— 


ised 
Id A 


day 
f 





!d,n. 
See 


Mils, 

hat|glo 


:- .r, :t,.,i,|s, 

ry beam-ingl star! 




: t, .,d 


r :- 


- .de Ir .n 


f :— 




:si.,i, 


t. :- 


• le t : t|.le, t, :— 




Aught of 


j°y 


or hope fore- tell ? 




Ir .,r 


r I- 


- .n 1 f .de r '.— 




• s i 'j s i 


s, : 


- .Sj • S|.S 


S| '. — 


S| 




s, :i,. 


t, :d .r 


Pi I— 


S| 


f. :- 


In, .s, 


s, :— 


it 




brings 


the 


day — 


d 




t, :d . 


r Id .t. 


d :- 


111 




si :— 


Is, 


d :- 


d 




\j :& 


Ir 

Is, 

ra - 


pi i— 


S| 


f, :n, 


s. :— 


of 


Is 


el, 


M 




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It, 

Is, 


d I— 


S| 


s, :— 


d, I- 


d 




t| In 


I- .r 


d I— 


S| 




S| I— 


:- .ii 


pi, :— 


of 




Is 


ra 


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n 




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:- -t, 


d :— 


B| 




S| 


:— 


I- .s, 


d, I— 



'©He sS>ecorx& l££&x>erx{. 



2 Watchman! tell as of the night; 

Higher yet that star ascends; — 
Trav'ler! blessedness and light, 

Peace and truth, its course portends; — 
Watchman! will its beams alone 

Gild the spot that gave them birth ? — 
Trav'ler ages are its own; 

See, it bursts o'er all the earth! — 



3 Watchman! tell us of the night, 

For the morning seems to dawn; — 
Trav'ler! darkness takes its flight, 

Doubt and terror are withdrawn; — 
Watchman! let thy wanderings cease; 

Hie thee to thy quiet home! — 
Trav'ler! lo! the Prince of peace, 

Lo! the Son of God, is come! 

John Bowring, 1825. 



680 Winchcombe. 4s & 6s. 



/ Key A. Animato. 

d :- |d : 

s, :- |i, : 

Bride - groom 

pi :— if : 
d, :- if, : 



• s. 

The 
Ipi 

i:c, 



a :- I 

s, :- I 

comes; 

pi :- 1 

d, :- 1 



pi Ipi .Pl |n Id 
s, :s,.s,;fei !d 
Bride of the Lamb, a 
d :d.d|d Id 
d id.d|l, II, 



John B. Calkin, 1866. 



S I- 

t, :- 

wake! 
r I- 
s. I- 



•s. 

The 
Id 



E. t. 



ii :ii 


It, 


Id 


r 


I— 


|Hl 


I— 


s. If 


If, 


I Pl, 


»l 


I— 


| a id 


I— 


mid -night 


cry 


is 


heard ; 


Thy 




d Id 


|r 


Id 


t, 


I— 


|df 


I— 


f, :f, 


|r. 


:i> 


s. 


• 


|d,f. 


I— 


d 1 I— 


Is 


• — 


s 


• 


1 


Is 


d I— 


It, 


• 


d 


I— 


|— 


:t, 


mar 


riage 




day 






Has 


Pl I— 


If 


1— 


s 


I— 


|— 


If 


d I— 


|r 


1— 


pi 


• 


|— 


Ir 



II 



s 

t, 

for 

|r 
s, I— |s, 



sleep 

r ; 



d 1 Is |s Is 
d It, |d It, 

come; lift up thy 



Pl 



If 



IS 



If 



Ir |pi Ir 



s I— 
d I— 

sake. 
Pl I— 
d I— 

f. A. 
sr l— 

ds, I- 

head, 

•it, :- 

dS, I- 



|r 

II, 
Put 

It, 
Ifl 



. s 
Id 

The 

In 

Id 




pi 

1, 

robe, 
d 

1, 



Ife 

Id 

T 
Ir 
H, 



s . 

d : 

feast 
n I 



I pi Ir 

It. :ti 

is 
|S If 

I- :s, 



d I- 
d I- 

spread. 
Pl I- 
d, I- 



1, 


Id 


f, 


In, 


A 


■ men. 


d 


Id 


f, 


Id, 



2 Shake off earth's dust, 
And wash thy weary feet; 

Arise, make haste, go forth, 
The Bridegroom greet. 



Sing the new song! 

Thy triumph has begun; 
Thy tears are wiped away, 

Thy night is done! Amen. 

Horatius Bonar, 1861. 



®Kc ,-Secortfr ^Cbx>cir£. 



)OI 


iNuremc 


>er 


S- 


ys. 








JOHANN R. AHLE 


, 1664. 


Key G 
1 Id 


|r Is 


n 


Id 


Use repeat 

Ir I- 


with first hymn onlj. 

did |d 


Id 


r Im.r |d 


p. c. 


s, : s, 


|s, Is, 


s i 


Id 


l*i :- 


1. 


:s, ii, 


Is, 


t, :t7"id 


I— 


He is 
In the 


gone ! and 
void which 


we 
He 


re - 
has 


main 
left, 


In 
On 


this world 
this earth 


of 
of 


sin and pain: 
Him be - reft, 




d Id 


It, Ir 


d 


Is 


Is I- 


n 


Is |f 


In 


s If |n 


I— 


d • In, 


|s, It, 


d 


In, 


|S, I- 


1, 


In, |f, 


Id, 


s. Is, |d, 


I— 


S| IS| 


|s. Is, 


1, 


Ir 


1*1 :- 


d 


Id |d 


Id 


r In.r |d 


I— 


n, Ir, 


|s,.,f,:m, 


f, 


Hi 


Is, :- 


Hi 


IS|.ta,|I| 


Is, 


t. It, |d 


I— 


"We have 


still His 


work to 


do, 


We 


can still 


His 


path pur - sue; 




d It, 


|d.,t,Id 


d 


If 


Ir I- 


d 


Is |f 


In 


s If n 


I— 


d, Is,.,f 


i|iV,r,:d| 


f. 


I r, 


|s, I- 


1, 


: pi, |f, 


Id, 


S| Is, |d| 


I— 



2 He is gone! we heard Him say, 
" Good that I should go away;" 
Gone is that dear form and face, 
But not gone His present grace; 
Though Himself no more we see, 
Comfortless we cannot be; 

3 He is gone! unto their goal 
World and church must onward roll; 
Far behind we leave the past ; 
Forward all our glances cast; 

Still His words before us range 
Through the ages, as they change; 

4 He is gone! but we once more 
Shall behold Him as before, 

In the heaven of heavens the same 
As on earth, He went and came: 
In that world, unseen, unknown, 
He and we shall yet be one. 

Arthur P. Stanley, 1859. 



68 



Hasten, Lord! the promised hour; 

Come in glory, come in power; 

Still Thy foes are unsubdued; 

Nature sighs to be renewed. 

2 Time has nearly reached its sum; 

All things, with Thy bride, say, "Come!" 

Jesus! whom all worlds adore, 

Come, — and reign for evermore. 

Josiah Conder, 1830. 



683 



In the sun, and moon, and stars, 
Signs and wonders there shall be; 

Earth shall (make with inward wars, 
Nations with perplexity. 

2 Soon shall ocean's hoary deep, 
Tossed with stronger tempests, rise; 

Wilder storms the mountains sweep, 
Louder thunder rock the skies. 

3 Dread alarms shall shake the proud, 
Pale amazement, restless fear; 

And amid the thunder cloud 
Shall the Judge of man appear. 

4 But, though from His awful face, 
Heaven shall fade, and earth shall sigh, 

Fear not ye, His chosen race, 
Your redemption draweth nigh. 

Reginald Heber , 1827. 



684 



Earth is passed away and gone, 

All her glories, every one, 

All her pomp is broken down; 

God is reigning, God alone! 

2 No more sorrow, no more night; 

Perfect joy and purest light! 

With His spotless saints and bright, 

God is reigning in the height! 

Henry Alford, 1844, 



^He sS>econ& ^}Cbx>erxL 



68 C Orion, l. m. 



KEY EtZ. 






.s Is 


• S 


pi 


If 


.s :s 


.s 


d 


lr 


Come, quick -ly 


come, 


dre 


.s :s 


.3 


s 


Is 


.s :s 


.S 


d 

Bp. t. 


Id 


.s Is 


.8 


d'f 


lr 


.n In 


.r 


if, 


If. 


All shad 


- ows 


from 


the 


.s Is 


.8 


lr 


:i. 


.d Id 


• t, 


l.r, 


lr, 


.8 IS 


.f 


n 


•_ 


.pi In 


.r 


de 


I- 


Come quick-ly 


come 




.8 IS 


.s 


1 


I- 



Is .1 

In .f 

fudge of 
Is .s 
Id ,d 



John Zundbl, 1852. 



8 

m 

alT 
s 

S| 



A^ A If .n 

lr .r lr .d 

For, aw -ful 

I- .8 IS .S 

I- .S| IS| .s. 



r In A Is .f 

t| Id .r In .r 

though Thine ad-vent 

S IS IS .8 

S| IS| IS| ,S| 



Id 


• t, 


II. 


.fi 


truth will 


Is, 


.S, 


'r, 


•r, 



d .r In .d :i, .r 

PI, .f| Is, .PI, If 1 .f| 
fall, And false-hoodjdie, 
s, I- .3, Il| .1, s, 

d, I- .d. If, .f, i 



.f 


Is 


.1 


.r 


In 


.f 


for doubt and 


.1 


11 


.1 



s If .f If .n 

pi lr .r lr .d 

fear Like clouds dis 
r I- .f If .fe 



Id .pi In .r 

In, .s, lS| .f, 

iu sight of 

Is, Is, .t, 

IS| IS, .S| 



f. El?. 

ds 



Ml 

Thee: 

ds 

d.S, 



r I- .n If .s 


n 


t, I- .d lr .t, 


d 


solve when Thou art 


near 


s I- .s Is .s 


d 



.d 1 Id' .d 1 


1 


.d Id .d 


d 


Oome, quick- ly 
.d Id .d 


come 
f 


.d Id .d 


d 



.d> It .1 
.d Id .d 


1 I 

d :- 


for Thou a - 


lone 


.1 Is .f 


f If 


.d Id .d 


d I 



s 


.8 


In 


.d 


- 


.8 


In 


.d 


Canst make Thy 


n 


.8 
.8 


In 
In 


.d 

.d 





s, 

S| 

scat 
s 

s. 



Id .pi In ,r 

id :t,.t, 

tered peo-ple 
Is A 
Is, .s, 



.pi 



d 
d 

one. 

n 

d 



2 Come quickly come, true Life of all ; 

The curse of death is on the ground; 
On every home his shadows fall, 

On every heart his mark is found: 
Come, quickly come, great King of all; 
Let sin no more our souls enthral, 
Reigu all around us, and within, 
Let pain and sorrow die with sin. 



3 Come, quickly come, sure Light of all. 

For gloomy night broods o'er our way; 
And faintiug souls begin to fall 

With weary watching for the day: 
Come, quickly come: for grief and pain 
Can never cloud Thy glorious reign: 
Come, quickly come: for round Thy throne 
No eye is blind, no night is known. 

Lawrence Tuttiett 1868, arr 



^Kc ^>cconb ^Cb%>eTx{, 



686 Laban. s. m. 



Lowell Mason, 1830. 



KEY C 

IJL 

!*_ 

Fax 

Is 
Id 



s :s |s :d> 

n In |n In 

down the a - ges 

s :d< |d> :s 

d :d |d :d 



s : 

n : 

now, 

d 1 : 
d : 



|n> : 

Is : 

Much 

Id 1 : 
id : 



r 1 :d> it :i 

s : s 1 s : f e 

of her jour - ney 

r 1 In' |r' :d' 

t, :d |r :r 



s :— 

s I— 
done, 
t 
s 



n I-.f 
d :-.r 

The 

:- is :- 
:- id :- 



s |s :d> 

n |s : s 

grim church pur- 
d' |d' :n' 
d |n :u 



t :— 


Id' :- 


r' :— 


|r' :- 


s I— 


|n I fe 


s :— 


Is :- 


sues 


Her ' 


way, 


Un - 


r 1 :— 


Id' :- 


t :— 


It :- 


s :— 


11 :- 


s :— 


Is :- 



n 1 :d' |s :t 

s Is |r If 

til her crown be 

d' Is |t Is 

d' In |g IS| 



d' I— 
n I— 

wen. 
s I — 

d :— 



687 



2 'Tis the same story still 
Of sin and weariness, 

Of grace and love yet flowing down 
To pardon and to bless. 

3 No slacker grows the fight, 
No feebler is the foe; 

Nor less the need of armor tried, 
Of shield and spear and bow. 

4 Thus onward still we press 
Through evil and through good, 

Through pain and poverty and want, 
Through peril and through blood. 

5 Still faithful to our God, 
And to our Captain true, 

We follow where He leads the way, 
The kingdom in our view. 

Horatius Bonar , 1857, aD - 



Ye servants of the Lord! 

Each in his office wait, 
Observant of His heavenly word, 

And watchful at His gate. 

2 Let all your lamps be bright, 
And trim the golden flame; 

Gird up your loins as in His sight, 
For awful is His name. 

3 Watch! 'tis your Lord's command; 
And, while we speak, He's near: 

Mark the first signal of His hand, 
And ready all appear. 

4 Oh! happy servant he, 
In such a posture found! 

He shall his Lord with rapture see, 
And be with honor crowned. 

Philip Doddridge, 1740. 



)o-c 


> St. Ann s. 


C. M. 






William 


Croft, 1708 


Ki 
Is 


:y D. 

n 11 |s Id' 


d 1 It |d' Is 


d' Is |1 


lie 


s I— 


1- :t 


In 


d Id.r|n If 


n Ir |n In 


n Ir |n 


Ir 


r I— 


1- :r 


Sing, 
Is 


Is - rael ! for the 
s Il.t|d' Id' 


Lord, your strength, Hath 
d' Is |s Is 


tri-umpbed glo 
1 Ir' |d' 


rious - 
11 


ly. 
t :— 


Rid - 
|- Is 


Id 


d If |n 11 


s Is, |d Id 


1, :t, id 


Ir 


si :- 


1- :s 



^hc ^Syeconb l!}tbx>eni, 



d 1 :i i p" :t 
d :d |f :r 

er and horse your 



n 



:f 
:f 



.s 



d 1 


:i It 


Is 


Pi 


:r.d |t, 


:d 


fa 


- ther's God 


Hath 


s 


Ife s 


Is 


d 


:r Is, 


In 



l_A Id 1 | pi It 

d.r In f Ir 

thrown in - to the 

f Is I Is 

f In Ir Is 



d' 

n 

sea. 
s 
d 



:- I- 



2 The floods were parted at Thy word, 
The waters upright stood, 

And through the depths, as by dry land, 
Thy ransomed millions trod. 

3 Foes with hot haste,and clamoring wrath, 
Outstretched their angry hands; 

But from His fists the watching God 
Flung forth the gathered winds. 

4 The mighty waters came again, 
And down they sank as stone! 

Thou — holy, fearful, wondrous Lord — 
Art God! — and Thou alone. 



5 Nations that hear shall fear and dread 
The greatness of Thine arm, 

And shall be still, till Israel pass 
Secure from threatened harm. 

6 Till all Thy purchased people pass 
Up to Thy citadel, 

The sure inheritance, Lord I 
Where saints in light shall dwell. 

7 There as with voice of many seas. 
Shall Israel sing again, 

The Lord who triumphs gloriously, — 
Who evermore shall reign. 

M. WooUey Stryker ,1878. 



)»9 Au 


stnan H) 


r mn. 8s 


& 7s. 


F. 


J. Haydn, 1797. 


Key F. 
d I-.r|n Ir 


f In |r.t,Id 


1 Is |f In 


r In.d|s I— 


D. C. 

r In |r.t|IS| 


f In |r.t,Is, \ 


s, I-.s,|d It, 


r Id |t, Is, 


l,.t,Id |r Id 


li Idlt, I- 


S, IS, |S| I s. 


li.t,:d |t|.S|Is, 1 


He is com-ing, 
Wail-ing in -fant, 


He is com-ing, 
born in weakness 


Not as once He 
On a low-ly 


came be-fore, 1 
sta- ble floor; ( 


Bat up -on His 


cloud of glo - ry > 


n I-.f|s Is 


s Is |f In 


f Is |s Is 


f 11 |P I— 


t. Id |t,.rlf.n 


r Id.n| s.rl t| \ 


d I-.d|d Is, 


t, Id |s, Id 


f In |t, Id 


f, Ife,|s, I- 


S, I S| |s, I s, 


S| I S| |s,Is,.f|/ 


s 1 f |n I-.n 


ie I-.fe|s I— 


d' I-.t|l Is 


1 l-.s|s.fln 


r In.f|s.llf.r 


d In.r|d I— 


s, Il,.t,|d I-.d 


d Id |t, I- 


d I-.d|d Id 


d :-.d|t7"ld 


t, ftTlTlrTT, 


s, ftTld I— 


In the crimson - 


tint-ed sky, 


Where we see the 


gold -en sun-rise 


In the ros- y 


distance lie. 


n Ir |d I-.l 


1 Ir |r I— 


s I-.s|f In 


f I-.s|s Is 


s Is |s II. f 


n I f |n I— 


n, If,.S||l,:-.l, 


r Ir, is, I— 


n I-.n|f Id 


f I-.n|r Id 


s, If, |n, If, 


s, I s, |d I— 



2 He is coming, He is coming, 

Not in pain, and shame and woe, 
With the thorn-crown on His forehead, 

And the blood-drops trickling slow: 
But with diadem upon Him, 

And the sceptre in His hand, 
And the dead all ranged before Him, 

Raised from death, hell, sea, and land. 



3 He is coming, He is comirg 

Let His lowly first estate, 
And His tender love, so teach us 

That in faith and hope we wait, 
Till in glory eastward burning, 

Our redemption draweth near; 
And we see the sign in heaven 

Of our Judge and Saviour dear. 

Cecil Frances Alexander, 18 



^he J£>econb l&tbveni. 



690 Gottland. 7s & 6s. 



':d 



A- 
)Thy 

:d 
1:4 



Key Bb. 

d :s, |i, :t| 
s, : n, |f, :f| 

wake,a-wake,0 
garments bright in 

d :d |d :r 
ni, Id, |f, Ir, 



d :-|t, :s, 
pi, :fe, ; s, :ai 

on! Put 

ty, The 



Zi 

beau 



d :— |r, :t, 
1, : — is, :s, 



d .*d I pi :i 

s, :fe,;s, : : 

od thy strongth d 
bridal dress be 

d :d id :t, 

1, :i, |s, :s. 



d. c. f. t. 
d :— 

pi, :— 

ivine; 1 
thine: J 

d :— 
d, :- 



df 

n,l 

Je- 
df 



Swedish Choral. 



m It |s :r 
d :r |r It, 

m - sa - lem the 

s : i is is 

d :d |t, Is, 



n ;— |r 
d^l, It, 

ho - ly,; 

s : fe Is 



d :- is, 



.r 

:t, 

To 
". s 
Is, 



s : i i n it 

d :r |d :t, 

pu - ri - ty re- 

s :i is :i 

nil If, ] s, Is, 



f. BP. 

ds,:— 
d S ,:— 

stored, 
nt,I— 

as,:— 



■:s, 
■:s, 

Meek 

:d 

-:pi, 



i, :t,|d :r 
s, :f, i pi, :s. 

Bride, all fair and 

d :r |d :t 
f, :r, n, :s 



pi I— |r .'r 

s, :— is, :s, 

low - ly, Go 

d :— |t, :r 

d, In, |s. It, 



pi :d |pi :r 


d :-|- 


s, :i, id :t, 


d :-|- 


forth to meet thy 


Lord. 


d : Pi | s If 


pi :-i- 


d :i, |s, :s. 


d :-i- 



2 The Lamb who bore our sorrows, 

Comes down to earth again; 
No Sufferer now, but Victor, 

For evermore to reign; 
To reign in every nation, 

To rule in every zone: 
Oh, wide-world coronation, 

In every heart a throne. 



3 Awake, awake, O Zion! 
The bridal day draws nigh, 

The day of signs and wonders, 
And marvels from on high: 

Thy sun uprises slowly, 

But keep thou watch and ward; 

Fair Bride, all pure and lowly, 
Go forth to meet thy Lord. 

4 Lift up thy voice, O watchman! 
And shout, from Zion's towers, 

Thy hallelujah chorus, — 

"The victory is ours! " 
The Lord shall build up Zion 

In glory and renown, 
And Jesus, Judah's lion, 

Shall wear His rightful crown. 



5 Break forth in hymns of gladness; 

O waste Jerusalem! 
Let songs, instead of sadness, 

Thy jubilee proclaim; 
The Lord, in strength victorious, 

Upon Thy foes hath trod; 
Behold, O earth! the glorious 

Salvation of our God! 

Benjamin Gough, 1865. 



69I 



My soul, there is a country 

Afar beyond the stars, 
Where stands a winged sentry, 

All skillful in the wars. \ 
There, above noise and danger, 
Sweet Peace sits, crowned with smiles 
And One, born in a manger, 

Commands the beauteous files. 

2 If thou canst get but thither! 

There grows the flower of peace, 
The rose that cannot wither, 

Thy fortress and thine ease. 
Leave then thy foolish ranges, 

For none can thee secure, 
But One, who never changes, 
Thy God, thy Life, thy Cure. 

Henry Vaughan, 1650. 



"©he ^yecorxb 1&tbx>erxi. 



>92 Pai 


'OUS1 


a. 


7s. 














Max Pijutti, 1881. 


Key G. 


















d : pi s 


I-.i 


pi 


Ir 


m 


I— 


d Id 


It 


I- .n 


r 


Id |d It, 


s, :d id 


I-.d 


d 


It, 


Id 


I— 


d 11, 


Id 


I-.d 


1, 


:ii is, :- ) 


Hark! — the song 


of 


1* 


■ bi ■ 


lee, 




Lond as 


might 


• 7 


thai 


i - ders roar, — \ 


pi :s s 
d Id |n, 


I-.l 
I-.ri 


s 
s, 


Is.l 

IS| 


'id 


I— 


PI IPI 
1, 11, 


11 

Ir, 


I- .8 

I- .n, 


f 

f. 


In |n Ir I 
Ife, |s, I— / 


d In |s 


I-.f 


pi 


Ir 


Id 


: _ 


r If 


In 


I-.de 


r 


It, Id I- v 


s, Id |d 


I-.d 


d 


It, 


It, 


11, 


t, It, 


It, 


I-.l, 


1, 


Is, |s, I— 1 


Or the fall 


ness 


of 


the 


sea, 




When it 


break 


! Up- 


on 


the shore ; — \ 


PI Is |S 


I-.l 


8 


If 


In 


I— 


1 11 


se 


I-.s 


f 


If |n I— ( 


d Id \n, 


I-.r, 


8| 


I se, 


II, 


I — 


i. Ir, 


|n. 


I-.l, 


r. 


Is, |d, I- ) 


D. t. 

rs 11 .t |d> 


Ipi 


8 


If 


In 


. 


s 11 . 


t |d' 


In 


r 


f.G. 

Ir |dg, :— \ 


t,n Ina.r |d 


Id 


d 


Id.t 


.Id 


I— 


s Ife . 


f |n 


Id 


d 


It, |d S| I- / 


"Hal^Ie^ In - 


jah! 


for 


the" 


Lord 




Ood om 


- nip 


• - 


tent 


shall reign!" > 


rs Ife.f |n 


Is 


PI 


Ir 


Id 


I— 


pi Ina. 


r |d 


II 


1 


IS.f |nt, I— \ 


B,d Is, |d 


Id 


Si 


Is, 


Id 


. — 


S| Is, 


11, 


11, 


f, 


IS, |ds, I— / 


n Ir .d |s 


In 


1 


Is 


It 


: _ 


pi In 


|n 


Ir.l, 


d 


Ir |d I— 


d It^d|t, 


Id 


1| 


11, 


Hi 


I— 


d It, 


|li 


H, 


S| 


Id.t,|d :- 


Hal - le - In - 


jah! 


let 


the 


word 




Ech - o 


rounc 


the 


earth and main. 


Sis |s 


Id 


d 


Ide 


Ir 


I— 


8 IS 


Is 


If 


n 


If |n :— 


d : f .pi |n 


Hi 


li 


in. 


Ir, 


I— 


Pi, I d| 


If, 


If, 


s, 


Is, |d, I- 



Copyright, 1881, by Blglow 4 Main. 



2 Hallelujah! — hark! — the sound, 

From the depths unto the skies, 
Wakes, above, beneath, around, 

All creation's harmonies : 
See Jehovah's banners furled! 

Sheathed His sword! He 
And the kingdoms of this world 

Are the kingdoms of His Son 



3 He shall reign from pole to pole 

With illimitable sway; 
He shall reign, when, like a scroll, 
Yonder heavens have passed away; 
['tis done, Then the end; — beneath His rod, 
speaks' — Man's last enemy shall fall 
Hallelujah! — Christ in God, 
God in Christ, is all in all. 

James Montgomery, 1819. 



^ubgnxent. 



603 Pearsall. 7s & 6s. 



Arr. St. Gall. Katholische Gesangbuch, 1868. 



Key D. 



:s 


d' :t 


jd' 


in 


1 :— 


Is 


:s 


f In |r 


I r 


n I— | 


m 


d :f 


|n 


In 


t :— 


|n 


In 


rid |d 


It, 


d I— | 


The 

:d> 


world is 

s :i 


ve - 

11 


ry 

:t 


e 

d 1 :— 


vii, 
|d' 


The 

:d'.t 


times are wax 
1 Is |1 


- ing 
I S 


late, 

s I— 1 


:d 


ni ir 


11 


Is 


f :— 


Id 


id - 


r In |f 


I s 


d I— 1 


:d 


n :f 


Is 


: s 


1 :— 


Is 


: s 


1 It |d' 


Ir'.d' 


t I— 1 


is, 


d Id 


Ir 


In 


f :— 


m 


In 


f If |n 


Ife 


s I — | 


Be 
Is 


so - ber 

s :i 


and 

It 


keep 

:d' 


vi 

d' :— 


gil, 
|d' 


The 

:d' 


Judge is at 
d 1 Ir' |d' 


the 
Id' 


gate; 

r' I— | 


In 


d :i, 


Is, 


:d 


ii :- 


Id 


:d 


f Ir |i 


11 


s I— 1 


:d« 


1 :s 


1* 


In 


1 :— 


If 


:i 


s If !n 


Ir 


s I— |- 


Is 


f :n 


Ir 


:de 


r : — 


Ir 


In 


r I l,.t,|d 


Ir 


d I— |- 


The 

id' 


Judge Whr 

d 1 Id' 


come 

U 


. in 

:i 


mer 

1 :— 


11 


The 
In.f 


Judge Who comes 
s 11 .1 |s 


with 
11 


might 

s I— |- 


In 


f :d 


Ir 


:i. 


r :— 


If 


:dT 


t, :r |d 


If 


n I— |- 


:i .t 


d 1 :t 


|d' 


In 


1 :— 


Is 


Is 


f In |r 


I r 


d I— | 


:f 


n :t 


In 


In 


f :— 


In 


:d 


d Id |d 


:t, 


d I— 1 


Who 
If 


comes to 
s Ir' 


end 
|d' 


the 

:t 


e 

d' :— 


vil, 
Id' 


Who 

:d' 


comes to crown 
1 Is .1 


the 
Is.f 


right. 

n I— | 


It 


d :r 


11 


Is 


f :— 


Id 


In 


f Id |f, 


Is, 


d I— | 



2 Arise, arise, good Christian, 
Let right to wrong succeed; 

Let penitential sorrow 

To heavenly gladness lead, 

To light that has no evening, 
That knows nor moon nor sun, 

The light so new and golden, 
The light that is but one. 

3 For now we fight the battle, 
But then shall wear the crowu 

Of full and everlasting 
And passionless renown. 



And He whom now we trust in 
Shall then be seen and known 

And they that know and see Him 
Shall have Him for their own. 

4 Behold the morn shall waken, 

And shadows shall decay, 
And each true-hearted servant 

Shall shine as doth the day, 
And God, our King and Portion, 

In fullness of His grace, 
Shall we behold for ever, 

And worship face to face. 

Tr., /. M Neale, 1851. 



%ubopnent. 

6()A. Luther's Hymn. 8s & 7s. p. 



Key G. 

/Id d '.n |r Id 

1 s, :d |t, :d 

/Great Sod! what do I 

The Judge of man I 

:n n Is |s In 

:d d Id |s, II, 



r Ir I pi Id 

d It, |d Is, 

see and hear ? The 

see ap - pear, On 

1 Is s In 

f. Is, |d, Id 



n If |s If. PI 
d Id |d Id 

end of things cre- 
clonds of glo - ry 
s II |s II 
d II, |pi, 'if. 



pi Ir 

d~Tt, 


Id 1 
Id 


pi 

d 


at - 
seat - 


ed;\ 
ed;M 


The 


s If 

s, I— 


|Pl 
Id, I 


s 
d. 



Martin Luther, 1535. 

D. C. 

f In |r Id 
t, Id |t, Id 

trumpet sounds, the 
S Is I s Ipi 
r, :n,.f,|s, :d, 



t. Id |r In 

s, In|.fe,|S| Is, 

graves re -store The 

r Id |t, Is 

s, Il| |S| Id 



d It, |d Is, 

S, IS| S| Is, 
dead which they con - 
s If I pi Ir 
pi Ir |d It| 



d Ir 
li It, 



|pi Id 
Id is, 

tained be - fore ; Pre ■ 
pi Is |s In 
1, Is, |d Id 



Id 



n If s If.n 

d Id |d Id - 

pare, my soul! to 

s II |s II 

d II, pi. If, 



n 


Ir 


d 


:t, 


meet 
s If 


■1 


:— 



/TV 

Id 
Id 

Him. 
In 

Id 

\1S 



2 The dead in Christ shall first arise, 
At the last trumpet's sounding, 

Caught up to meet Him in the skies, 
With joy their Lord surrounding; 

No gloomy fears their souls dismay, 

His presence sheds eternal day 
On those prepared to meet Him. 

3 And see! — they take the mansions bright, 
Where God prepared their dwelling; 

Like angels now: — and, to their sight, 
Their joys are onward swelling; 

They knew in part, — now, all is clear; 

Nor doubt, nor sorrow enters here, 
To break their bliss unceasing. 

4 O God, to Thee our prayers we pour, 
In deep abasement bending; 

O shield us through the last dread hour, 

Thy wondrous love extending: 
May we, in this our trial day, 
With faithful hearts Christ's word obey, 
And thus prepare to meet Him. 

v. 1 & a. Tr. Wm. B. Collyer, 1812. 
v. 3. Tr. Henry Mills, 1845. 



6 9S 



Ween my last hour is close at hand, 
My last sad journey taken, 



Gev. N. 



Do Thou, Lord Jesus! by me stand: 

Let me not be forsaken: 
O Lordl my spirit I resign 
Into Thy loving hands divine; 

'Tis safe within Thy keeping. 

2 Couutless as sands upon the shore, 
My sins may then appall me; 

Yet, though my conscience vex me sore, 

Despair shall not enthrall me; 
For as I draw my latest breath, 
I'll think, Lord Christ! upon Thy death, 
And there find consolation. 

3 I shall not in the grave remain, 

Since Thou death's bonds hast severed, 
But hope with Thee to rise again, 

From fear of death delivered; 
I'll come to Thee, where'er Thou art, 
With Thee I'll live, and never part; 

Therefore I die in rapture. 

4 And so to Jesus Christ I'll go, 
My longing arms extending; 

So fall asleep, in slumber deep, 

The sleep that knows no waking, — 
Till Jesus Christ, God's only Son, 
Opens the gates of bliss, leads on 
To heaven, to life eternal. 

Hermann, 1560, — Tr. by Edgar Alfred Bowring , 1855. 



^ubgmerxt. 



696 Dies Irae. 7s. 








J 


)HN 


Stainer, 1871 


( 


2) Key DJ?.^ 

d :-.d|r In 


n I-.r |d I— 


1 :- .1 |s Id 


t. 


Id 


|r I- 


\ 


d :-.d|t, :d 


sei I-.se,|l| I— 


d I-.d|d Id 


s. 


;d 


|ti :- 


, 


Day of wrath, -oh 
s I- .s |f in 


dread - ful day ! 
pi I- .pi |n I— 


When this world shall 

f :-.f|s is 


pass 
f 


a 

In 


- way; 
Is I- 




pi :- .n |r :d 


t. :-.t,|i, :- 


f I-.f |n In 


r 


Id 


|s, I— 




nil :-.i,|d :r 


n Ir |d I— 


f 

s If |n Ir 


d 


It, 


Id :- 


\ 


df, :-.f,|d :t, 


t, It, |1, I- 


li It, |d 11, 


B| 


Is, 


Is, I- 




And the heav'ns to - 

3d :-.d|i :i 


geth - er roll, 

1 Ise |1 I— 


Shrivelling like a 
r Ir |s If 


parch 
n 


-ed 
Ir 


scroll, 
|n I- 




df, :-.f,|i :f 


n In |1, I— 


r Ir, |n, If, 


S| 


Is, 


|d I- 




d. f.G>. 

rpi :-.i,|se :ii 


DJ2. t. 
r If |nl is 


fe Id 1 


It 11 


s it, id :- 


d 


:- id :■ 




B,i,:-.i,|n, :i. 


S6| Il| |t.nl — 


1, Id 


|d Id 


d Is, |s, I— 


1, 


I- Is, I 




When the Archangel's 
rpi :-.n \n In 


tnim-pet - tone 
f Ir | t,m : — 


Sum-mon 
r Ir 


j all be - 
|re Ire 


fore the throne, 
n If |n I— 


A 


men. 

1- m :■ 




ta,dl-.d |r Id 


t, 


Hi |se,del — 


r : f e , 


lie, :fe 


s, Is, |d 


1- 


fi 


:- |d : 



2 Then the writing shall be read, 
Which shall judge the quick and dead; 
Then the Lord of all our race 

Shall appoint to each his place; 
Every wrong shall be set right, 
Every secret brought to light. 

3 King of kings, enthroned on high, 
In Thine awful Majesty, 

Thou, Who of Thy mercy free 
Savest those who saved shall be: 
In Thy boundless charity, 
Fount of pity, save Thou me. 

4 Thou, Who bad'st the sinner cease 
From her tears, and go in peace; 
Thou, Who to the dying thief 



Spakest pardon and relief; 
Thou, Lord, to me hast given, 
E'en to me, the hope of heaven! 

5 Naught of Thee my prayers can claim, 
Save in Thy free mercy's name, 
Worthless is each tear and cry: 

Yet, Good Lord, in grace comply; 
Make me with Thy sheep to stand, 
Severed from the guilty band; 

6 Full of tears and full of dread, 
Is the day that wakes the dead, 
Calling all; with solemn blast, 
From the ashes of the past; 
Lord of Mercy, Jesus Blest, 
Grant us Thine eternal rest. 

Tr. Arthur P. Stanley, ab. 1868. 



%vi&Qmer\{. 



697 



St. Cross, l. m. 



Key F. Lah is D. 



d :d.r 

1. :ii.t 



PI .PI .s 

1. :ii.8. 



:- .1 
:- .d 



That day of wrath, that dread - ful 



s :f 

d.s,:i|.t. 



n :- .n 


r 


In 


s, - .1, 


1, 


'. sei 


power shall 


be 


the 


n :- .pi 


f 


In 


d :- .d 


ti 


lH| 



n I- .r 

S, IS| 

d Ir 

1, I VI 

sin - ner's 

n If 

1, Ir, 



pi I- 

d I- 

day, 

PI I- 

d I- 

t, I- 

sei I- 
stay? 

n I- 

n, I- 



pi In .f 

d :t,.i 

Whenheav'n 
d Id.d 
1, ls,.f, 



s Id 

s, I d 

andearthshal 
d .r Ipi .f 

nT iiT 



John B. Dykes, i860. 



Wha t / 

- .n 

- .d 



1, Ili.l. 

1. :ii.i 

How shall He 
li Ili.l 
li Ili.l 



pi I- .r 
n I- .1| 
meet that 
n I- .f 
pi I- .r 



PI 


r 


d I 


d : 


t, 


d I 


pass 


a - 


way, 


s 


- .f 


PI I- 


S| 


S| 


d I 


d 


t. 


1. I 


1, 


I se, 


li I 


dread 


-ful 


day? 


PI 


:r 


d I 


pi. 


In, 


li I 



2 When shriveling like a parched scroll, 3 Oh! on that day, that wrathful day, 
The flaming heavens together roll ; When man to judgment wakes from clay, 

When louder yet, and yet more dread, Be Thou, O Christ I the sinner's stay, 

Swells the high trump that wakes the dead; Tho' heaven and earth shall pass away, 

Lat., Thomas of Celano, 1230. 
Tr., Walter Scott, 1805. 



608 St. Jerome, l. m. 



Key G. Lah is E. 



PI .— 

d I— 

When 
PI I— 

ii :- 



d Id 
1, II, 



t, Id 
s, Is, 



Thou shaltjcome, Thin 
n Ir 
li Ife, 



r Id 

s, In, 



d 


I— 


t, Id 


1, 


I— 


se, 1 1, 







Sav -iour! 


pi 


I— 


n In 


1, 


I— 


n, 11, 



r In 
t, It, 

grant me, 
f In 
1, Ise, 



1, II. 

f. Ir, 

ean- gels 

d Ir 

f, If, 

d Id 

1. Hi 

in the 

n In 

1, II, 



se,I— 


pi I- 


pi, I— 


se,!- 


round, 


With 


t, I- 


n I- 


ni I— 


n, I- 


ti I- 


t. I- 


seil— 


S6! I- 


air, 


With 


n I— 


n I- 


n, I— 


n, I- 



n In 
1, Id 

le - gions, 
n II 
d II, 

1, It, 
1, Ise, 
all Thy 
n Ir 
d It, 



C. H. Graun, 1720. 



f In 
M,I d 

and with 
f 1^1 
r, Iivf, 

d Ir 

1, II. 

saints, to 
n If 
1. Ir, 



r Ir 
d It, 

trum- pet 
r.nl f 

B, IS, 
t, It, 

li Ise, 
meet Thee 
n In 
n, In 



d 
d 

sound; 
n 

d, 

1, 
1, 

there 
d 

1, 



2 Weep, my soul! ere that great day, 
When God shall shine in great array; 
Oh! weep thy sin, that thou may'st be 
In that severest judgment free I 



3 Christ! forgive, remit, protect, 
And set Thy servant with th' elect; 
That I may hear the voice, that calls 
The righteous to Thy heavenly halls! 

Lat., Theodore , cir., 830. 
Tr., John M, Neale, 1862. a 











£becix>erx. 






5 99 


Alford 


7s 


6s & 8s. 


John B. Dykes, 


i8 75 . 


Ki 
/In 


EY A 

f 


. Allegro. 

:- A |d 


Ir 


n Id |— In 


s In |d Ir 


d I- 




\'.s, 


*■ 


:- .fill. 


:*i 


n. Is, |— Id 


d Id |1, It, 


d I- 


1— ) 


(Ten 
j'A 


thou 
1, 


- sand times ten 

:- .i,U. :ia, 


thoas- and, In 
s, In |— Id 


spark-ling rai - ment 
n Is pi If 


bright, 
n I— 


,_. 


lid, 


d s 


:- .d,|d, 


:d, 


d, Id |- 11, 


s, I S, S, IS| 


d I— 


1- ' 


E. t 

fl"l 


3 


:- .s id 1 


Is 


t 11 |s If 


n I- .d |f It, d s ' I— 




Ud 


r 


:- .t,|d 


:d 


r Id |n Ir 


d I- .s,|t, Is, 


B .'i I— 


1— / 


(The 
pi 


ar 
t 


- mies of 
:- .S 8 


the 
Is 


ran- somed saints Throng 
se 11 | ta : 1 


np the steps of 
s I- .n |r If 


light; 
nt, I- 


,_ 


\:» 


! 


I- .1 |n 


In 


f If de Ir 


s, I- .s,|s, Is, 


ds, I- 


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r 


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Ir 


n In |— In 


f Ir |n Ir.d 


r I— 


,_ 


Us, 


fin 


'.- .f i |pi| 

- ished, all 


:i. 

is 


1, Isei |— is, 

fin - ished, Their 


f, If, |n, IfeT 

flight with death and 


fe, I— 


Is, ) 


/'Tis 


sin: 


\ 


f."8| 


t, 


I- .t,|d 

:- .s,n, 




d It, |— Ide 

n, In, |— 11, 


r It, |d Id 
r. Is, |d, 11, 


d 11, 


It, I 


l:g. 


r, I— 


Is, ' 


is, 


1. 


:s id 


Id 


r I- .n |f Ir 


d I- .s,|n Ir 


d I— 




lis, 


li 


:s, m 


In, 


1. I- .s,|f, 11, 


s, I- .s,|d 1 1| 


d I— 


1— 


(Fling 

'is. 


- 

1, 


pen wide 

is, |d 


the 
Id 


gold - en gates, And 
1, I- .de|r 11, 


let the vie - tors 
n :- .1 |s If 


in. 

n I— 


1 


•S| 


1, 


:s, id 


11, .8, 


f, I- .n,|r, If, 


S, .— .8| |S, t S, 


d, I- 


1— 



2 What rush of hallelujahs 

Fills all the earth and sky! 
What ringing of a thousand harps 

Bespeaks the triumph nigh! 
Oh, day, for which creation 

And all its tribes were made! 
Oh, joy, for all its former woes 

A thousand fold repaid! 



3 Oh, then what raptured greetings 

On Canaan's happy shore 
What knitting severed friendships up, 

Where partings are no more! 
Then eyes with joys shall sparkle. 

That brimmed with tears of late, — 
Orphans no longer fatherless, 

Nor widows desolate, 

Henry Alford, 1866. 



700 Shining Shore. 8s & 7s. 



Key g. 



S| 


s,.d Id 


Ir 


n.d :r 


In 


S| 


S|.s, is. 


:t, 


d.d :t. 


Id 


My 


days are glid - 


ing 


swiftly by, 


And 


s. 


tl .n Is 


:s 


S ,8 IS 


Is 


S| 


pi,.d| lPl| 


is- 


d .nil :s. 


Id 



.pi Ir .d 

.s, If, .n, 
a pil-grim 
.d It,.d 
.d Is,.l, 



Geo. F. Root, 1859. 



1, Id 

fi II, 

stran - ger, 
d Id 

f, :ii 



if, 

Would 
Id 

If. 



s, .d Id 

S| .S, IS| 

not de - tain 
Just be - fore, 
d .n Is 
Pi) ,d| Iri| 



Fine. 



.r 

:ti 

them, 
the 
Is 
Is, 



pi .d Ir 

d .d It, 

as they fly, 
shining shore 

S .8 Is 

d .pi. Is, 



Ipi 
Id 

Those 
We 
Is 
Id 



s 

d 

hours 
may 

s 
pi 



pi Ir .d 
s, If, .PI, 

of toil and 
al - most dis 
d It, .d 
d Is, .1, 



r 

fi 

dan - 

cov - 

t| 

S| 



Id 

Ipii 

ger 
er. 
Id 
Id 



Chorus, 
pi 

d 



D.S. 



For, 

d 

d 



II 
Id 



s .pi Is 
d.d id 

Oh! we stand on 
pi .d In If 
d.d Id id 



s .n Ir In 


s .PI 11 Is 


pi 


Ir 


S| 


d.d It, Id 


d.d Id Id 


d 


:t, 


Si 


Jordan's strand ; Our 


friends are pass-ing 


- 


ver; 


And 


PI .8 IS IS 


pi.s If In 


s 


Is 


t, 


d.d Is, Id 


d.d Id Id 


S| 


Is 


S| 



2 Should coming days be cold and dark, 
We need not cease our singing; 

That perfect rest naught can molest, 
Where golden harps are ringing; 
For, Oh! we stand, etc, 

3 Let sorrow's rudest tempest blow, 
Bach cord on earth to sever; 

Our King says — "Come!" — and there's our 
Forever, Oh! forever! [home, 

For, Oh! we stand, etc. 

David Nelson, 1835. 
70I 

The tribes of faith, from all the earth, 

Press up to thee, O Zion! 
For God hath broke our captive yoke, 

And burst the gates of iron: 
Within thy land our feet shall stand, 

In spite of Satan's malice, 



Our conquering King His Church shall 
Triumphantjo His palace. [bring, 

2 Our thirsty hearts cry out to God — 
The living Rock is riven; 

Our hungry souls believe the Word, 
And eat the Bread of heaven: 

Sun shall not smite, nor moon, by night, — 
The Lord doth stand beside us; 

"Tie He that keeps Who never sleeps, 
And home His hand shall guide us. 

3 We shout for joy as on we march, 
With Christ our Captain glorious; 

In Him the promise is Amen 

That we shall be victorious: 
'Mid flame and flood, 'neath calm and cloud, 

Through wilderness and river, 
We tread the road that leads to God, 

To dwell with Him forever. 

M. Woohey Stryker, 1881 . 



ib 



ecxveri. 



HOI Vox Angelica, p. m. 



Key F. 



d 


In .n 


S| 


A A 


Hark 


Hark! my 


n 


:s .1 


d 


Id .1, 



s 

t, 

soul! 
r 

Si 



f. F. 



d' .t II .t 
f .f If .f 

ocean's wave beat 
s .r 1 Id 1 .r 1 
S| .s Is .s 



d's 
"t, 

shore : 
dig 

d's 



.3 

.d 

an- 

.n 
.d 



If 



1 .s In .d 
1, .t, Is, .d 

gel-ic songs are 
f .r In .s 
fi .s. Id .n 



s Is .1 

t, it. .1. 

How sweet the 

s Is .PI 

n In .de 



n .r Id 

Fi - Id 

swell - ing 
s .f In 
S| Id 

d. f. Efe 
f s I- .s 

I.t, Id 

truth those 

fs Is 

rn In 



John B. Dykes, i8 



C. t. 

"1 II .1 

df If .f 

O'er earth's green 
sd 1 ir 1 .r 1 
df Ir .d 



r' I- .d 1 

f I- .n 

fields, and/ 

s I- .s 

t, I- .d 



f 


.1 


Is 


.f 


d 


.d 


Ir 


.d 


ileas'd strains are 


1 


.d 1 


It 


.1 


r 


.r 


Ir 


.r 



n 

li 

tell 
se 
n 



F. t. m. 

ing 
Isefe 



m 



r 


In .r 


S .3 If .1| 


t, 


It, .t, 


d .ta,Il| .1, 


Of 


that new 


life when sin sha 


s 


Is .s 


s .n If .f 


s 


Is .1 


n .de Ir ,f. 



d In ,,r 


d 


s,.l, It, 


d 


11 be no 


more! 


n .fe Is .f 

S| Is, 


n 
d 



p Refrain. 
n Id .n 

d Is, .d 

An - gels of 

s In .s 

d Id .d 



s 




Is 


n 


-,r 


Id 


Je 




sus 


d 1 


.,s 


In 


d 




Id, 



s id'.l 
d<r<nlf .f 
An - gels of 
n ( f ,B ll .d 1 

d :t. .f, 



s 

n 

light 

d 



pp 

s Is .s 

d t r <n lr A, 

Sing - ing to 

n<f 4 slf .r 

IS, .S| 



Si 



s .d 1 


Is .s 


d .pi 


In .n 


wel - 


come the 


n .s 


Id> .s 


d 


Id .d 



S .S IS .3 

d .de Ir .t, 

pilgrims of the 
n .n If .r 

S| . S| * S[ • s, 



d 

night, 

n 

d 



/ 
d> 
d 

Sing 
d ,r 

1. 



It .1 

Id .d 

ing to 

In .f 

Is, .f, 



s Is .f,r 

d ,ta, : 1 1 .1 ,,la.| 

wel - come the 

s .d Id,de.r,f 

PI, If, .f, 



v 
r .d I .d 

s, .s, I .fe, 
pil - grims, — the 
n .n I .na 
s, .s, I .1, 



d .t, II, .t, 

f, .f. :*i .fi 

pil-grims of the 

r .r Id .r 

S, .3, IS, .S| 



d 

n, 

night. 

d 
d, 



2 Onward we go, for still we hear them singing, 
" Come, weary souls, for Jesus bids you come;" 

And, through the dark, its echoes sweetly ringing, 
The music of the Gospel leads us home. 
Angels of Jesus, etc. 



Sbcctvcn. 



3 Far,far away,like bells at evening pealing, 5 Cheer up, my soul! faith's moonbeam's 
The voice of J esus souuds o'er land and sea, softly glisten 

And laden souls, by thousands meekly steal- Upon the breast of life's most troubled sea; 

ing, And it will cheer thy drooping heart to listen 

Kind Shepherd ! turu their weary steps to To those brave songs which angels mean 

Thee. for thee. 

Angels of Jesus, etc. Augels of Jesus, etc. 

4 Rest comes at length, though life be long 6 Angels, sing on! your faithful watches 

and dreary, [be past; keeping; [above; 

The day must dawn, and darksome night Sing us sweet fragments of the songs 

All journeys end in welcomes to the weary, Till morning's joy shall end the night of 

And heaven, the heart's true home, will weeping, [love. 



come at last. 

Angels of Jesus, etc. 



Carmen Coeli. p. m. 



And life's long shadows break in cloudless 
Angels of Jesus, etc. 

Frederick IV. Faber, 1840. ab. and si. changed. 



[ SECOND TUNE. ] 



Joseph Barney, 18 



p KEY A. 

pi :— it, :d 

Pli '. — |Pl| I Pi, 
Hark! hark! my 

s, :— is, :s, 
d, :— |d, :d. 



i. :- 

s, :- 

wave 

d :t 
r, :— 

E. t. 

ni:- 

Of 

df :- 
i,r:- 

pp 
pi :- 

se,l- 
Ab - 

t, :- 
pi, :- 



-Id :- 

-|-:fe 

beat 

1 H. :- 

- Ir, :- 



ii :— 
ii :- 

soul ! 

i, :- 
d, :— 



fi :- 

an - 

ii :— 
d, :- 

ij_ 

ii 



shore : 

t, :- 



Is 


:f 


It, 


:t, 


that 


new 


Is 


:i 


|r 


'.r 



|d Ir 
|li Iba 

gels of 

Id :i, 
Hi :i. 



s l • — 

n '.A 
d :d 

life when 

i :i 

n In 

n I— 

B8|I— 

light! 

t, :- 

n, :— 



d :r 



1. : t, 

pi :i 

d :d 

sin shall 

1 :i 
d :i, 



d 

f, 

gel 

S| 
B| 

PI 

PI, 

How 
d 
d 

t 
r 

be 

1 

Pi 



/" 



d 

pi. 

Sing 

d 

1, 



ti|i,:t, 
filf. :i. 

ic songs arel swell 
t. 
d. 



r |d :r 

s, is, :s 



ii :-|s, 
fi :— l pi, 



ing 

id : 



1. :-it, 



M 



O'er earth's green fields,and ocean's 



pi :— 
d, :- 



-It 

-In, 
sweet 

-Is 

■Id, : 



|r ; 

no 

se : 

In, : 

Is : 
|ta,: 

ing 

Id : 
|n, : 



ii :-l-:i. 
f, :— if, :— 

truth those 

ii :-Hi :- 
d, :- id, :- 



d : t, ii, 

t, :fiHi 

blessed strains 
s, :r |d 

s, :s, s. 



f. A. 



im : — 1— :— 
ds,: — 1— :— 

more! 

in:— I— :— 
i,pi,:— 1— :— 



p Refrain. 

n :— Id 



f 


In |r 


d 


rr 


|_s, |fe, 


fe, 


wel 


- come 


the 


d 


:-|d 


r 


fi 


:s, 11, 


:r, 



si :— Is, 

An - gels 
Pi I— |s 
d :— I Pi 

Bit. 

t< :i,|s, 

s, :r, |r, 

pilgrims of 
r :d |t, 
s. Is, is. 



d 

n, 

t, 
f, 

are 
r 

S| 

r 

s, 
of 

f 

P 
T 

f, 

the 

t, 

S| 



r 

r, 

r 

f, 

tell 

ll 

se, 

n 

S| 

Je 
PI 
d 

d 
n, 

night. 

d 

d, 



t,:r 

r, :r, 

d~: 

pii : 

ing 

d : 
1. : 

pi : 
s, : 

sus! 

pi :• 
d : 



.Sb 



ecxven. 



703 Sanctuary. 8s & 7s. 

/ Key Ab. 

.r 



S| :d \n 

s. In, .pi. 

Hark! the sound 

n Id |S| 

d :s, Id, 



of 
I-.se 

:-.d, 



:i, is, 
:<i I*. 

ly voic 

:--t,jd 

• d, |d, 



.n, 
es 
Id 
In, 



s, :s, 

r,.n,:f, 



In 
In, 



Chant-iag at the 
t,.d:r |d Id 



John B Dykes, 1867. 

r Id |r I— 
f e 1 : fei s, :— 

crys - tal sea, 

d :r |t, :— 
1, :-.ia,|s, :— 



In 

:ta, 



p 

r 

t, 
Al 
t, 

s, :s, 



le - lu 
Ide 



r 



:f 

ia, 
lr 

:r,.ni| 



lr |pi 

Ila, |s 

■ le - in 

:t, id 



Is,.se 

ia, 

:d 

:d, 



ff Ek t. 

ni :i 

i,r Ire 

Al - le 

ni :i 

df :f 



:d' 
:d 

ia, 

:i 

In 



t Ise 
r :r 

Lord, to 

se :t 

n In 



f. AJ7. 

I in : 
Ids, : 

Thee; 
I In : 
I in : 



mf 

s if |n Id 

t, :t, id :s, 

Mul - ti - tude, which 

f :f |s :n 

r :r |d :d 



n lr 

se, :se. 



:t, 



none can num 



f. 

:i,n 
:mj 

ber, 
Ids 



D?. 



is 

I PI 



s :s 

t, :t, 

Like the stars 

f :f |s 

r :r |d 



Id' 


r 1 


:d'.r'|n' 


In 


f 


:f~ |n 


in 


glo 


- ry stands, 


Is 


t 


:i .t |d< 


:d 


S| 


is, id 



/ 

pi 1 :r 



Ab. t. 

|d'f :-.n 

pi :f |ni, :-.i 

Clothed in white ap- 
s I se 1 1 r I- .n 
d Id |df, i-.f. 



r :d |t, :d 

1. :ii M,:fi, 

par - el, hold - ing 

f In |r Id 

f, lie, |s, II, 



Ball ^ 

d :d |d 

1, I la, |s, 

Palms of yic 

r I re |n 

f, Ife, |s, 



In 
In, 

fry 

Id 

Is, 



It, |d 

Hi |Pi| 

their hands 

lr Id 



s. Is, id. 



I — 


d 


Id 


I— 


f, 


: n, 


. 


A 


- men. 


I— 


h 


Is, 


I— 


f, 


:d, 



2 Marching with Thy cross their banner, 

They have triumphed, following 
Thee, the Captain of salvation, 

Thee, their Saviour and their King: 
Mocked, imprisoned, stoned, tormented, 

Sawn asunder, slain with sword, 
They have conquered death and Satan 

By the might of Christ the Lord. 



3 Now they reign in heavenly glory, 

Now they walk in golden light, 
Now they drink, as from a river, 

Holy bliss and infinite: 
Love and peace they tacte for ever, 

And all truth and knowledge see 
lu the beatific vision 

Of the Bless id Trinity. Amen. 

Christopher Wordsworth, 1862. 



704 

Hear what God, the Lord, hath spoken; 

O my people, faint and few, 
Comfortless, afflicted, broken ! 

Fair abodes I build for you ; 
Themes of heartfelt tribulation 

Shall no more perplex your ways; 
You shall name your walls " Salvation," 

And your gates shall all be "Praise" 



2 Still in undisturbed possession, 

Peace and righteousness shall reign; 
Never shall you feel oppression, 

Hear the voice of war again: 
God shall rise, and shining o'er you, 

Change to day the gloom of night ; 
He, the Lord, shall be your Glory, 

God, your everlasting Light. Amen. 

William C<nvper, 1772, 



70C Rest for the Weary. 8s 7s & 5. 



KeyC. 



|n :-.f 

Id I-.r 
In the 
Is I-.s 



s : s 1 1 :s 

n In |f In 
Christian's home in 
d 1 Id 1 Id' :d' 



d '.-.did Id |d :d 



s :d' | — Id'.,r 

n In |— In.,f 
glo- ry, There re 
d 1 Is I — Is .,s 
d Id |-Id.,d 



PI 1 


Ir' 


Id' 


11 


s 


II 


|n 


If 


mains a 


land 


of 


s 


It 


Id' 


Id' 


d 


Is 


U 


If 



Yv'm McDonald, 1858. 



s I— |n 
n I— Id 

rest; 

d' :— 

d I— 



.f 

.r 

There my 
s I-.s 
d I-.d 



sis 1 Is 

n In |f In 
Saviour's gone be- 
d' Id 1 |d' Id' 
d Id |d Id 



s : 


d> 


n 


n 


fore 


me, 


d> : 


s 


d ' 


d 



Id'.,d' 
In.,n 
To ful- 
ls .,s 
Id.,d 



t :d' |r' It 

r In |f Ir 

fil my soul's re- 

s Is Is Is 





Chorus. 


d' I— 


n If 


n I— 


d Ir 


quest. 


There is 


s I— 


s Is 


d I— 


d Id 



n I 

rest 

d 1 : 
d : 



1 


I-.s 


f 


I-.n 


for 


the 


d' 


:-.d> 


d 


:-.d 



s Id 1 I - Id'.,r\ 

n In 

weary, There is 

d' Id' 

d Id 



l-:n.,fi 

There is; 
I— Is.,s\ 
I- Id ,&' 



n 1 I— 


|n' I-.r' 


s I— 


|s I-.f 


rest 


for the 


d> :— 


Id' I-.t 


d I— 


|n I-.s 



r' Id' |d' It 

f In |s Is 

weary, There is 

t Id 1 |d' Id' 

sell |n In 



1 I— 


Id' 


I-.l 


f I- 


11 


I-.f 


rest 


for 


the 


d 1 I— 


Id 1 


I-.d' 


f I— 


If 


I-.f 



1 Is 


|n Is 


f In 


|d In 


weary, 


There is 


d' Id 1 


js Is 


d Id 


|d Id 



d' I 

n ; 
rest 
s I 

Si I 



|P» 

\i 
for 
Is 
Is, 



d I 
n I 

you. 
S I 

d I 



2 He is fitting up my mansion, 
Which eternally shall stand, 

For my stay shall not be transient. 
In that holy, happy land. 
There is rest, etc. 

3 Death itself shall then be vanquished, 
And his stin? shall be withdrawn: 



Shout for gladness, O ye ransomed! 
Hail with joy the rising mora, 
There is rest, etc. 

4 Sing, Oh! sing, ye heirs of glory! 

Shout your triumph as you go; 
Zion's gate will open for you, 

You shall find an entrance through. 
There is rest, etc. 

Samuel Young Harmer, 1857 



ib 



KeyE. 



mf 
f'.n 

\:& 

o 

(Is 



y Who 



r :- .d |r 

t. :- .s,|t, 

Par - a - dise, 

f :- .PI |f 

r :- .n Ir 



P 
In 

:d 

o 

Is 



d 1 :- .t n :s 

d :- .d |d :d 

would not seek the 

s I- .s I f Is 

pi :- .m if :pi 



cctx>ert. 



706 Paradise, p. 



M. 



r :- .d Id 

t, :- .d id 

Par - a- dise 

f '.- .pi I n 

s, :- .d |d 



:d 
: S| 

Who 

in 
:d 



p 

:- a 

'.- .r 



: pi . f 1 s 

Ir |r 

- py land Where 

:i is :- .s 
:d it, :- .t 



r :d |f 

1, Id |d 

doth not crave 

f :s 1 

f :n II 



John B. Dykes, 18 



;-.ta, 

for 

ta 

is 



pi :n i pi :s.f 

d :r |d :n.r 

thoy that loved are 

s :t * :i 

d :se, |1, :f, 



1 :— [.— 
ii :- 1- 

rest? 

d 1 :— 1 — 

f :— 1— 

n :— |r 


d :- it, 

blest?" 

s : f e | s 


S| :— |— 



/ Chorus. 

s :- 



s 

t. 

Where 
r.Pi 

Si 



s is :ht 
t, :-.t,|t, :d£ 

loy - al hearts and 
hearts 

f :-.f if :- 

r :-.r Ir '.- 



d> :— 1- :u 
d :— 1— :d 

true Stand 

. and true 
s In.f |s :fe 
n Id.r I pi Ipia 



s I-.s 1 1 

t, :-.t,j t, 

ev - er in 



IsA 

the 



d 1 : 


— 


1- 


f : 


— 


d 


thro, 

1 : 
f : 




1 


— 


I 
|- 



1 1 :— 1- :sa pi :-.t 
\ f :- 1— :t, sTTTi 




f :-.f |f Irur 
r :-.r |s, Is, 



.PI 



Bit. 
T 


;. 


.d |r 


t| 


'.- 


- 1- 


ho 
f 


;. 


.Pl |f 
- h 




light; 

n :— 


U 


se,:— 


|ii 


r :- 
t, :- 


■ Id 
" Id 


sight. 

f :- 


■ |n 



\sA 



s Is |d> :d' 
d :d^,|d :n 

rap-ture thro and 

pi iPl.f s.l :ta 
d Id.r ji'i.f :s 



PP /ss 

d :— 


d :— 


d :t,.i. 


s, :— 


A - 


men. 


1 :s.f 


PI I— 


f. :- 


d :— 



2 O Paradise, Paradise, 
The world is growing old; 

Who would not be at rest and free 
Where love is never cold ? 
Where loyal hearts, etc. 

3 O Paradise, O Paradise, 
'Tis weary waiting here; 

I long to be where Jesus is, 
To feel, to see Him near; 
Where loyal hearts, etc. 



4 O Paradise, O Paradise, 
I want to sin no more, 

I want to be as pure on earth 
As on Thy spotless shore; 
Where loyal hearts, etc. 

5 Lord Jesus, King of Paradise, 
O keep me in Thy love, 

And guide me to that happy land 
Of perfect rest above ; 

Where loyal hearts, etc. Amen. 

F. IV. Faber, 1849 



.Sb 



cctx>crx. 



707 

KEY F. 

'In 
\:a 

The 

'is 
:i 



Rutherford. 7s & 6s. 



n In 


|r I-.r 


d Id 


It, :-.t, 


sands of 


time are 


s '.a 


If :-.f 


d :d 


Is, :-.s, 



d :— 

i. :— 

wast - 

n :— 



|d :d 

|ii :ii 

ing, The 
\n In 



1. :- Hi :i 



f :-.f|n :f 

d :-.d|d :d 

dawn of heav-en 

1 :-.i|s :i 
f. :-.f.m :f. 



Chas. D'Urhan, arr. 1845. 



r I— 
t. I— 
breaks, 
s I— 
s, I— 



Ir 

It, 
The 
Is 
If 



s :-.s|f if 
d :-.d|t, it, 

sum - mer morn I've , 
s I-.s|s Is 
n I-.nlr Ir 



n I— 


Ir 


Ir 


d Id |t,.dlr.t, 


d I— 


111 


I la, 


S, IS| |s, Is, 


sighed 


for, 


The 


fair, sweet morn a - 


s I— 


If 


If 


m In |r.nlf.r 


d I— 


If. 


:f. 


S, IS, |S| IS| 



d :- 

s, I- 
wakes. 
n I— 
d I- 



d 


d I-.d|d Ir 


S| 


1, I-.l,|d Id 


Oh, 


dark hath been the 


n 


I I .1 la I la 


d 


f :-.f|f if 



n I 

d : 

mid 

s : 
d I 



mf 

\n Id 
|d Is, 

night, But i 

|s In 
|d Id 



d I 


-.d|d 


Ir 


i. : 


-.l.ld 


Id 


day 


spring ii 


at 


1 I 


-.1 |Ia 


I la 


f I 


-.fit 


If 



n I— 

d :- 

hand, 
s I— 
d I— 



[— IPKf 

I- Id 
And 
-Is 
— Id.r 



s Is |1 I- 

d Id |d : 

glo-ry, glo - 17 

s Is |f I-.s 

n In |f :-.n 



8 I- |f 

d I- It, 

dwell - eth 
S I— [s 
pi I— |r 



In |r I-.d 


d :-i- 


Id |t, I-.d 


d :-i- 


Im-man-uel's 


land. 


Is |f :-.n 


n I-l- 


In, |s, I-.d, 


d, I- I- 



2 Oh! Christ He is the fountain; 
The deep, sweet well of love;' 

The streams of earth I've tasted, 
More deep I'll drink above. 

There to an ocean fullness 
His mercy doth expand, 

And glory, glory dwelleth 
In Immauuers land. 

3 With mercy and with judgment, 
My web of time He wove, 

And aye the dews of sorrow 
Were lustered with His love. 

I'll bless the hand that guiddd, 
I'll bless the heart that planned, 

When throned where glory dwelleth, 
In Immanuel's land. 



4 Oh! I am my Beloved's, 
And my Beloved's mine, 

He brings a poor, vile sinner, 

Into His house divine. 
Upon the Rock of Ages 

My soul redeemed shall stand, 
Where glory, glory dwelleth 

In Immanuel's land. 

5 The bride eyes not her garment, 
But her dear bridegroom's face; 

I will not gaze at glory, 

But on my King of Grace^ — 

Not at the crown He giveth, 
But on His piercdd hand; — 

The Lamb is all the glory 
Of Immanuel's land. 

Annie Ross Cousin, 1857. 



708 Brightland. 7s 6s & 7s p. 





KeyD. 




s 


I- 


■ .n |s 


:d> 


n 


'.- 


.d in 


In 


Ev 


- 


ery morn 


the 


d 1 


I- 


.s |d> 


:d' 


d 


# - 


.d |d 


:d 



1 :d< is 

f :i 1 ni 

glow -ing sun 

d> :d< id 1 

f :i id 1 



Ktld' 
f m 

Ris - es 
d' :d' 



|r' :s 
|r .1 :n 

warm and 

is :s 



John B. Dykes, 1868. 



f :d |t, :d 



s :— 

n I— 


1- 


bright; 

s :d> 


:t 


s :— 


i— 



p s. d. f. F. Lah is D. 



sn :-.d|n :i 

nad '.- . 1 1 1 d Id 

But the eve - ning 

d'i :-.n|i :i 
di, r— -it 1 1. :i, 



:i 

r :r 

com - eth 

1 :i 

r If 



in 

Id 
on, 
II 
II 



PP 
Id .r 

:i,.t 

And the 

:i .1 

In .n 




night 
1 



- it, :- 



se 



mf. D. t. m. 1. 



/ 


ns In If 


s I— Id 1 


r' I— Id' 


t I— I— 


d 1 1— It.l 


1 Is In 


s Id' It 


d' I— I— 


I 


denld Ir 


ni Ir In 


f I— In 


f I- I— 


f In Ire 


n I— Id 


n I— Ir 


d I— I— 


. 


There's a 


bright land 


far a - 


way, 


Where is 


nev - er 


end - ing 


day. 


1 


id. Is I-.s 


s If Is 


s It Id 1 


r 1 I— I— 


d 1 I— Id 1 


d' I— Is 


s I— If 


n I— I— 


\ 


id I— Id 


d I— Id 


s I— Is 


s I— Ise 


1 Is Ife 


s I— Is 


s, I— Is, 


d I- I— 



2 Ev'ry spring the sweet young flowers 

Open fresh and gay; 
Till the chilly autumn hours 

Wither them away: 
There's a land we have not seen, 
Where the trees are always green I 



3 Christ our Lord is ever near 

Those who follow Him! 
But we cannot see Him here, 

For our eyes are dim : 
There's a blissful happy place 
Where men always see His face. 

Cecil F. Alexander, 1848. 



700 Saints' Rest. 6s & 4s. 


Akthui 


t S. SULLIVAN, I?72 


Key A. 
yd I— |d Id 


d It, |r I— 


s, I— |s, 11, 


s, :- 1- :- 


K. t. 

s,dl— |1 11 


U, I— |f, Is, 


1, :f. |ti :- 


f< :- If, :fi 


IM, I— |— I — 


".1.:- |ii :t, 


< I'm but a 
fd I— |d Id 


stranger here, 
r Ir |t, I— 


Heaven is my 
r I- |t, It, 


home ; 

d I- |- I- 


Earth is a 
df I— |d Ir 


^d, I— )r, In, 


s, is, |s, :— 


t, :— |s, is. 


d :- |- :- 


Mil- H. :*. 



-ft 



ectx>eri. 



1 


:s 


Id' :- 


d 


:d 


|r :- 


des-ert drear, 


PI 


In 


|i»:- 


PI, 


:n, 


H. :- 



s :— |ri 


Ir 


n :— !d 


:ti 


Heaven is 


my 


s :— |s 


:i 


s,:-|s, 


:s, 



f. A. 

da,:— 

d S| :— 

home; 
ntu— 



r :— |n Ir 

f.:-|f. :f. 

Dan - ger and 

ti:-|i. :t, 

S| '. — |S| Is, 



r Id s, :— 
I'll In| | i*i| I — 

sorrow stand 

d :d |d :— 

s,:s, |s, :- 



f :— \n '.r 

i, : — is, :s, 

Round me on 

t,:— id n 

s, : — u, :t, 



r Id |S| I— 

s, :i, |s, :— 

ev - ery hand ; 

pi If |n '.— 

d :d id :- 



n :— |i :s 


s If |m Ip 


d :— |r :t, 

s, :— is, :s. 


d :— 


s, :- u, :i, 


I. :i. jii :- 


s, :— 


Heaven is my 


fa -ther- land, 


Heaven is my 


home. 


d :— | de :de 


P It de :r 


n :— If :f 


n '.— 


ta,:- |1, :i, 


r :r, |n, If, 


»i :— Is, :s, 


d, :- 



2 What, though the tempest rage, 
Heaven is my home; 

Short is my pilgrimage, 

Heaven is my home: 
And time's wild wintry blast 
Soon shall be overpast; 
I shall reach home at last, 

Heaven is my home. 

3 There, at my Saviour's side, — 
Heaven is my home; 

I shall be glorified;— 

Heaven is my home; 
There are the good and blest, 
Those I love most and best: 
And there I too shall rest, 

Heaven is my home. 

Thomas Rawson Taylor, 1834. 
IO 

Now I have found a Friend; 

Jesus is mine; — 
His love shall never end; 

Jesus is mine: 
Though earthly joys decrease, 
Though earthly friendships cease, 
Now I have lasting peace; 

Jesus is mine. 



2 Though I grow poor and old, 
Jesus is mine; 

Though I grow faint and cold, 

Jesus is mine: 
He shall my wants supply; 
His precious blood is nigh, 
Naught can my hope destroy; 

Jesus is mine. 

3 When earth shall pass away, — 
Jesus is mine, — 

In the great judgment day, — 

Jesus is mine, — 
Oh ! what a glorious thing, 
Then to behold my King, 
On tuneful harp to sing, 

Jesus is mine. 

4 Farewell, mortality! 
Jesus is mine, — 

Welcome, eternity! 

Jesus is mine: 
Welcome, ye scenes of rest! 
Welcome, ye mansions blest! 
Welcome, a Saviour's breast ; 

Jesus is mine! 

v. 1, 2 & 3, Henry J. McC, Hope, 1852. 
v. 4, Catherine Jane Bonar. 1843. 



ib 



eaveix. 



7II Anchorage, h. m. 



Arthur S. Sullivan, 1871. 



Key D. 



PI 


n Is |n 


Is 


s :-)- 


-Ir 


r : s |r Is 


s :-i 


-:d 


pi In | 


s Is 


d'lt 


|1 Is 


Id 


d *.d |d :d 


t,:-i-:t, 


s^t, s, :t, 


d : — 1 — : d 


d Id r Ir 


d Ir |n In 


Safe 
s 


borne, safe home i 
s Ipi |s In 


a port! Rent 


cordage, shatt'rd 

f : f if if 


deck, Torn 

pi :— 1 — : n 


sails, provisions 
sis |s Is 


short,And on-ly 
I'l 1 se 1 I le 


Id 


d : s, 1 d is. 


r : — i — : s, 


tils, it, :s. 


d :— 1— :d 


did |t, It, 


l,It, |d Ide 


s : — lie : — 


s :—\— is 
r :-|-:s 


ci'Ir'ld' :t 

s : s is : s 


d':t 11 :T 

s : f 1 n Ir 


f In |r :d 
d It, I, Is, 


Bit. 

d It, 


s It, 
—Is, 


dl-|- 


r '.— |r I— 


si : — 1 


s.I-l- 


not a 

t :-|d> :— 


wreck : But, 

t :-i-:s 


oh! the joy, up 
d':t |d' Ir' 


on the shore! To 
s 1 s d 1 Is 


tell our voyage 
1 In |f Is 


per - ils 
r I-I-If 


o'er. 
PlI-l- 


r :- 


-|r :- 


s,i- 


-I--.8 


s :f 


|n Ir 


pi Ir 


Id :t, 


lils, 


f, In, 


s,:-l 


—Is, 


dl-|- 



2 The prize, the prize secure! 
The wrestler nearly fell* 

Bare all he could endure, 

And bare not always well: 
But he may smile at trouble? gone 
Who sets the victor-garland on! 

3 No more the foe can harm! 
No more of leaguered camp, 

And cry of night alarm, 



And need of ready lamp: — 
And yet how nearly had he failed — 
How nearly had that foe prevailed! 

4 The exile is at home! 

Oh, uights and days of tears! - 
Oh, longings not to roam! 

Oh, sins and doubts and fears! 
What matters now griefs darkest day, 
When God has wiped all tears away! 

Tr. J. M. Neale, 1863. 



712 Civitas Dei. 8s 7 8s 7. 

KEY Ab. 



J. B. Calkin, 1866, arr. 



s I- .s,|d Id 


t, :i,.t|i is, 


S| 


I- .s,|d Id 


d It,.d 


Ir Is, 


n, I- .f,|l, Is, 


f. if, If, if, 


PI, 


I- .f,|fe, Is, 


f e 1 I fe, 


If. H. 


Up - ward where the 


stars are burn • ing, 


Si 


- lent, si - lent 


in their 


turn - ing, 


d I- .r | f I pi 


r Id. rid It, 


d 


I- .r |re in 


r Ir 


Id It, 


d, I- .d,|d Id 


S| 1 S| |S| I S| 


d. 


I- .d,|d Id 


Ii I la, 


|s, Is, 


n I- .pi |r Is, 


d 11, |s, I- 


s. 


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2 Far beyond that arch of gladness, 
Far beyond these clouds of sadness, 

Are the many mansions fair. 
Far from pain and sin and folly, 
In that palace of the holy — 

I would find ray mansion there. 



3 Where the Lamb on high is seated, 
By ten thousand voices greeted, 

Lord of lords, and Kings of kings: 
Son of Man, they crown, they crown Him. 
Son of God, they own, they own Him, 

With His name the palace rings. 

lloratius Bonar, 1866. 



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2 happy harbor of God's saints I 
O sweet and pleasant soil! 

In thee no sorrow may be found, 
No grief, no care, no toil. 

3 Thy walls are made of precious stones, 
Thy bulwarks diamond-square; 

Thy gates are all of orient pearl ; — ■ 
God! if I were there! 

4 Oh! passing happy were my state, 
Might I be worthy found 

To wait upon my God and King, 
His praises there to sound. 

David Dickson, 1612. 



7I4 

These are the crowns, that we shall wear, 
When all Thy saints are crowned; 

These are the palms, that we shall bear, 
On yonder holy ground. 

2 That is the city of the saints, 
Where we so soon shall stand, 

When we shall strike these desert tents, 
And quit this desert land. 

3 Then welcome toil, and care, and pain! 
And welcome sorrow, too! 

All toil is rest, all grief is gain, 
With such a prize in view. 

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2 Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood 
Stand dressed in living green; 

So to the Jews old Canaan stood, 

While Jordan rolled between, 
But timorous mortals start and shrink 

To cross this narrow sea; 
And linger, shrivering on the brink, 

And fear to launch away. 

3 Oh, could we make our doubts remove, 
These gloomy doubts that rise, 

And see the Canaan that we love 

With unbeclouded eyes: — 
Could we but climb where Moses stood, 

And view the landscape o'er, 
Not Jordan's stream, nor death's cold flood, 

Should fright us from the shore. 

Isaac Watts, 1707. 



7l6 



Lo! what a glorious sight appears 

To our believing eyes; 
The earth and seas are passed away, 

And the old, rolling skies. 
From the third heav'n, where God resides, 

That holy, happy place, 
The new Jerusalem comes down, 

Adorned with shining grace. 



2 " His own soft hand shall wipe the tears 

From every weeping eye; 
And pains and groans and griefs and fears 

And death itself shall die. 
How long, clear Saviour, oh how long 

Shall this bright hour delay ? 
Fly swifter round, ye wheels of time, 

And bring the welcome day. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 

717 

Nor eye has seen, nor ear has heard, 

Nor sense, nor reason known, 
What joys the Father has prepared, 

For those that love the Son. 
But the good Spirit of the Lord 

Reveals a heaven to come: 
The beams of glory, in His word, 

Allure and guide us home. 

2 Pure are the joys above the sky, 

And all the region peace; 
No wanton lips, nor envious eye, 

Can see or taste the bliss. 
Those holy gates for ever bar 

Pollution, sin, and shame; 
None can obtain admittance there 

But foll'wers of the Lamb. 

Isaac Watts, 1709. 



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2 Shall aught beguile us on the road, 
While we are traveling back to God ? 

For strangers into life we come, 
And dying is but going home. 

3 As, when the weary traveler gains 
The height of some o'erlooking hill, 

His heart revives, if 'cross the plains 
He eyes his home, though distant still; 

4 So, when the Christian pilgrim views, 
By faith, his mansion in the skies, 

The sight his fainting strength renews, 
And wings his speed to reach the prize. 

v. 1 & 2, Thomas Gibbons, 1762. 
v. 3 & 4, John Newton, 1779. 

719 

Hark! how the choral song of heaven 
Swells, full of peace and joy, above; 

Hark! how they strike their golden harps 
And raise the tuneful notes of love! 

2 No anxious care, nor thrilling grief, 
No deep despair, nor gloomy woe 

They feel, while high their lofty strains 
In noblest, sweetest concord flow. 

3 When shall we join the heavenly host 
Who sing Immanuel's praise on high, 

And leave behind our fears and doubts, 
To swell the chorus of the sky ? 

Robert S. McAU, 1812. 



720 



Lord ! Thou wilt bring the joyful day ; 

Beyond earth's weariness and pains, 
Thou hast a mansion far away, 

Where, for Thine own, a rest remains. 

2 No sun there climbs the morning sky, 
There never falls the shade of night, 

God and the Lamb, for ever nigh, 
O'er all shed everlasting light. 

3 The bow of mercy spans the throne, — 
Emblem of love and goodness there; 

While notes, to mortals all unknown, 
Float on the calm celestial air. 

4 Around the throne bright legions stand, 
Redeemed by blood from sin and hell 

And shining forms, an angel band, 
The mighty chorus join to swell. 

5 There, Lord! Thy wav-worn saints shall 

find 
The bliss for which they longed before; 
And holiest sympathies shall bind 
Thine own to Thee for evermore. 

6 Jesus! bring us to that rest, 
Where all the ransomed shall be found, 

In Thine eternal fullness blessed, 
While ages roll their cycles round. 

Ray Palmer, 1858. 



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3 O sweet and blessed country! 

Shall I e'er see thy face ? 
sweet and blessed country! 

Shall I e'e'r win thy grace ? — 
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2 These that confessed that name, 
These that despised the shame, 
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They stand before their God; 

Kept they the faith; 

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White-robed in righteousness, 
Transformed beneath Hjs face, 
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The Bride is with her Lord! 
4 Perfected peace at last! 
Sin, curse, and woe, are past; 
There is no longer night, 
The Lamb doth give them light: 

Immanuel 

God all in all! 
Hunger, my soul, and thirst, 
For that celestial tryst, 
When Christ shall come again! 
Come quickly, Lord! Amen. 

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Lamb of God! still keep me 

Near to Thy wounded side; 
'Tis only there in safety 
And peace can I abide ! 

What foes and snares surround me! 

What doubts and fears within! 
The grace that sought and found me, 

Alone can keep me clean. 
2 Soon shall my eyes behold Thee, 

With rapture face to face ; 
One half hath not beeu told me 

Of all Thy power and grace; 
Thy beauty, Lord! and glory, 

The wonders of Thy love, 
Shall be the endless story 

Of all Thy saints above. 

James George Deck, 1857. 



£be<xx>er\. 

There is a land immortal, 

The beautiful of lands ; 
Beside its ancient portal 

A silent sentry stands; 
He only can undo it, 

And open wide the door; 
And mortals who pass through it, 

Are mortal nevermore. 

2 Though dark and drear the passage 

That leadeth to the gate, 
Yet grace comes with the message, 

To souls that watch and wait; 



And at the time appointed, 

A messenger comes down, 
And leads the Lord's anointed 

From cross to glory's crown. 

3 Their sighs are lost in singing, 

They're blessed in their tears; 
Their journey heavenward winging, 

They leave on earth their fears: 
Death like an angel seemeth: 

" We welcome thee," they cry; 
Their face with glory beameth — 

'Tis life for them to die! 

Thomas Mackellar , 1846. 



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Ponder, O man, eternity! 



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O man, full oft thy thoughts should dwell 

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Ponder, man, eternity! 

D. Wulffer, 1648. 
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INDEX OF COMPOSERS. 



Abbey, Alonzo Judson (1825-1887), 538. 
Abt, Franz (1819-1885), 679. 
Ahle, Johann Rudolph (1625-1673), 518, 681. 
Allen, George Nelson (1812-1877), 446. 
Andro Hart's Psalter (1615), 526. 

Armes, Philip, D.M. (1836 ), 445- 

Arne, Thomas Augustine, D.M. (1710-1778), 350, 624. 
Arrangements by H. P. M.,84, no, 115, 123, 152, 159, 168, 

182, 227, 276, 279, 280, 309, 315, 320, 336, 347, 371, 401, 
421, 426, 429, 441, 469, 473, 490, 582, 588, 604, 627, 654, 
679, 685, 705, 722. 

B. 

Bach, Johann Christoph (1643-1703), 213. 
Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750), 23, 657. 
Baker, Sir Henry Williams, Bart. (1821-1877), 401. 
Bamby, Joseph (1838 ), 12, 128, 143, 369, 402, 432, 

599, 603, 663, 702. 

Barrett, William Alexander (1836 ), 164. 

Beethoven, Ludwig van (1770-1827), 84, 171, 280, 421, 481, 

502. 
Blancks, Edward (Este's Psalter, 1592), 253. 

Blumenthal, Jacques (1829 ), 276, 277. 

Bortnianski, Dimitri (1751-1825), 47, 351. 

Bost, Rev. Paul-Ami'Isaac-David (1790-1874), 182. 

Bourgeois, Louis ( ?), 89, 98. 

Bowman, Rev. Thomas (1728-1792), 108. 

Boyd, William 1 ? ), 319. 

Bradbury, William Batchelder (1816-1868), 13, 131, 169, 

183, 256, 315, 323, 331, 335, 353, 457, 520, 604, 654. 
Bryan, Cornelius (1775 7-1840), 22. 

Bull, John, D.M. (i 5 6 3 ?-i628), 578. 
Burder, Rev. George (1752-1832), 6. 

Bumap, Uzziah Christopher (1834 ), 184, 229, 310, 

468, 646. 
Burney, Charles, DM., F.R.S. (1726-1814), 72. 
Burrowes, John Freckleton (1787-1852), 147, 250 



Calkin, John Baptiste (1827 ), 680, 712. 

Carey, Henry (1693-1743), 578. 

Carter, Rev. Edmund Sardinson (1845 ), 93 

Cherubini, Maria Luigi Carlo Zenobi Salvatore 

(1 760-1 842), 300. 
Chetham, Rev. John (i692?-i763), 38. 
Cole, John (i774?-i855), 120. 
Conkey, Ithamar (1815-1867), 224. 

Cornell, John Henry (1828 ), 325. 

Croft, William, D.M. (1678-1727), 49, 688. 
Cruger, Rev. Johann (1598-1662), 580. 
Cuzens, Benjamin (1740? ?), 341. 

D. 

Darwall, Rev. John, B.A. (1731-1789), 212. 

Decius, Nicholas (I5i9?-i54i), 309. 

Dixon, William (1760-1825), 64. 

Downes, Lewis Thomas (1827 ), 491. 

D'Urhan, Charles ( ?), 707. 

Dykes, Rev. John Bacchus, M.A., D.M. (1823-1876), 
5, 17. 6l » '53. l8 5» 23 8 . 2 45, 3 2 9, 3 66 , 372, 427, 458, 477, 
499. 5°3» 549. 552, 553, 561, 650, 697, 699, 702, 703, 706, 
s 708. 

E. 

Edson, Lewis (1748-1820), 495. 

Elvey, Sir George Job, D.M. (1816 ), 569. 



Emerson, Luther Orlando, D.M. (1820- ), 282. 

Ewing, Alexander, Lt.-Col. R. N. (1830 ), 723. 



Fakrant, Richard (i53o?-i58o), 608 (?), 728. 
Fesca, Alexander Ernst (1820-1849), 478. 

Fischer, William Gustavus (1835 ), 397. 

Flemming, Friedrich Ferdinand, M.D. (1778-1813), 85. 

Flint, James (1822 ), 328. 

Foster, J ( ), 308. 

Freylinghausen, Rev. Johann Anastasius (1670-1739), 303. 

G. 

Gauntlett, Henry John, D.M. (1805-1876), 201, 555, 

597- 
German Chorals, 23, 71, 102, 150, 215, 398, 609, 693, 726. 
Giardini, Felice (1716-1796), 78. 
Gibbons, Orlando, D.M. (1583-1625), 142, 399. 

Gilbert, Walter Bond, D.M. (1829 ), 587, 

Goss, Sir John, D.M. (1800-1880), 20, 82, 165. 
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869), 473. 
Gould, John Edgar (1822-1875), 272, 327, 408. 
Gould, Nathaniel Duren (1781-1864), 269. 

Gounod, Charles Francois (1818 ), 157. 

Graun, Karl Heinrich (1701-1759), 698. 

Greatorex, Henry Wellington (1811-1858), 52, 86, 115, 373. 

H. 

Hamilton, Edward (1812-1870), 368. 

Handel, George Frideric (1685-1759), 154, 166, 384, 447, 591. 
! Harrison, Rev. Ralph (1748-1810), 28. 
j Harwood, Edward (1707-1787), 105. 

" Hasler," John Leonard (1564-1612), 191. 

Hastings, Thomas, D.M. (1784-1872), 195, 198, 26b, 376, 
395, 429, 434, 5°4, 57°, 6»7, 621- 

Hatton, John ( *793), 2. 

Hatton, John Liphot (1809-1886), 308. 

Havergal, Frances Ridley (1836-1879), 560. 

Haweis, Rev. Thomas (1734-1820), 380. 

Haydn, Franz Joseph, D.M. (1732-1809), 103, 109, 135, 
320, 347, 460, 689. 

Hayes, William, D.M. (1707-1777), 415. 

Hemy, Henry Frederic (1818 ), 551. 

Hermann, Nicholaus ( 1561), 631. 

Herold, Louis Joseph Ferdinand (1791-1833), 206. 

Hewlett, Thomas, Mus. Bac. (1845-1874), 307. 

Hews, George (1806-1873), 31. 

Heywood, John ( ?), 440. 

Hiles, Henry, D.M. (182c: ), 16. 

Hodges, John Seb. Bach, S.T.D. (183(3 ), 517. 

Holbrook, Joseph Perry, D.M. (1822 ), 274, 333, 342. 

Holden, Oliver (1765-1844), 220. 

Hopkins, Edward John, D.M. (1818 ), 1, 10, 505. 

Hopkins, John Henry, S.T.D. (1820 ), in, 190. 

Horsley, William, Mus. Bac. (1774-1858), 178. 

Husband, Rev. Edward (1843 ), 317, 422. 

I. 

Isaac, Heinrich (i440?-i528?), 614. 



Johnson, James Anthony (1820-1884), 122. 
Jones, Rev. Darius Eliot (1815-1881), 573. 
Jones, Rev. William (1726-1800), 360. 



397 



398 



INDEX OF COMPOSERS 



K. 

Kingsley, George (1811-1884), 221, 381, 484, 640, 649. 

Kirbye, George ( ? ?), 565. 

Knapp, William (1698-1768), 665. 

Knecht, Justin Heinrich (1752-1817), 317, 422. 

Kocher, Conrad, Ph.D. (1786-1872), 76, 176. 



Lahee, Henry (1826- ), 211, 461. 

Langran, James (1835 ), 306. 

Leach, James (1 762-1 797), 637. 
Lockhart, Charles (1745-1815), 455. 

Lohr, G. A. ( ? ), 114, 174. 

Lowry, Robert, D.D. (1826 ), 173. 

Lucas, James (1762 ?), 522. 

Luther, Martin, D.D. (1483-1546), 123, 170, 694. 
Lvoff, Alexis Feodorovitch (1799-1870), 582. 

M. 

Macdonald, Rev. Archibald ( ? ), 448. 

Macfarren, George Alexander, D.M. (1813-1887), 673. 
Main, Hubert Piatt (1839 ), 140, 337, 391,396,403, 

407, 423> 437, 443. 488, 579, 651, 655, 659, 678. 
Malan, Rev. Caesar Henri Abraham (1 787-1864;, 58. 
Marsh, Simeon Butler (1798-1875), 334. 

Marson, John ( ? ?), 718. 

Mason, Lowell, D.M. (1792-1872), 7, 46, 68, 70, 159, 187, 

214, 241, 261, 290, 293, 339, 355, 363, 393, 410, 433, 452, 

456, 489, 497. 5°o, 501, 535. 54i. 574. 588, 596, 615, 622, 

686. 
Mazzinghi, Joseph (1765-1844), 279. 

McDonald, Rev. William (1820 ), 705. 

Mehul, Etienne Henri (1763-1817), 251. 
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix Jacob Ludwig, Ph.D. 

(1809-1847), 21, 90, 163, 547. 

Monk. William Henry (1823 ), 19, 263. 

Mornington, Earl of (1735-1781), 370. 

Mozart, Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgang Theophilus 

Gottlieb (1756-1791), 45, 202, 441, 575. 

N. 

Nageli, Johann Georg (1768-1836), 453. 
Nares, James, D.M. (1715-1783), 80, 313. 
Neander, Rev. Joachim (1610-1680), 209, 398. 
Neukomm, Sigismund Chevalier (1778-1858), 11, 581. 

o. 

Oakley, William Henry (1809-1881), 511, 
Oliver, Gen. Henry Kemble (1800-1885), 230, 281, 382, 388. 
Ouseley, Rev. Sir Frederick Arthur Gore, Bart., D.M. 
(1825 ), 558. 



Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da (i524?-i594), 207. 

Pelton, Jeremiah Morehouse (1821 ), 326. 

Pergolesi, Giovanni Battista (1710-1736), 492. 

Pieraccini, Emilio (1828 ), 528. 

Piutti, Max (1852-1885), 210, 598, 674, 692. 

Pleyel, Ignaz Joseph (1757-1831), 246, 352, 426, 444, 643 

Pond, Sylvanus Billings (1792-1871), 96. 

" Portogallo," Marco Antonio (Simao) (1762-1830), 168, 

336. 
Purcell, Henry (1658-1695), 318. 

R. 

Randall, John, D.M. (1715-1799), 264. 
Read, Daniel (1757-1836), 254. 

Redhead, Richard (1820 ), 192, 662. 

Reinagle, Alexander Robert (1799-1877), 116. 
Ritter, Peter (i76o?-i846), 29, 33. 

Root, George Frederick, D.M. (182c ), 126, 700, 715. 

Rosenmiiller, Johann (i6io?-i686), 271. 
Rossini, Gioacchino Antonio (1792-1868), 722. 
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques (1712-1778), 55. 



s. 

Saxton, Solomon Burt (1827 ), 653. 

Schein, Johann Hermann (1586-1630), 129, 449. 
Schneider, Friedrich Johann Christian, D.M. (1786-1853), 

25. 
Schnyder, Xavier, von Wartensee (1 786-1868), 152. 
Schubert, Franz Peter (1797-1828), no. 
Schumann, Robert Alexander, Ph.D. (1810-1856), 525. 
Scotch Psalter (1615), 112, 358, 583. 
Sherwin, William Fisk (1826- 1888), 125. 
Shore, William (1791-1877), 36, 594. 
Shrubsole, William (1758-1806), 220. 
Silcher, Friedrich (1 789-1860), 609. 
Smart, Henry (1813-1879), 338, 664, 672, 676. 
Smith, Isaac (1735-1800), 26. 
Smith, Samuel (1804-1873), 107, 550. 
Spohr, Louis, D.M. (1784-1859), 43, 248, 450. 
St. Aiban's Tune Book (1865), 562. 

Stainer, John, M.A., D.M. (1840 ), 696. 

Stanley, Samuel (1767-1822), 69, 513. 

Statham, Francis Reginald (1844 ), 563. 

Steggall, Charles, D.M. (1826 ), 616. 

Sullivan, Arthur Seymour, D.M. (1842 ), 200, 459, 

524, 658, 709, 711. 
Swan, Timothy (1758-1842), 669. 
Sweetser, Joseph Emerson (1825-1873), 73, 285, 465, 660, 

727. 

T. 

Tallis, Thomas (1529-1585), 8, 496. 
Tansur, William (1700-1783), 137, 208. 

Taylor, Virgil Corydon (1817 ), 188, 544. 

Thalberg, Sigismund (1812-1871), 24. 

Thome, Edward Henry (1834 ), 409. 

Tours, Berthold (1838 ), 559, 713. 

Tucker, Isaac (1761-1825), 121. 

Tuckerman, Samuel Parkman, D.M. (1819 ), 97, 288. 

Turle, James (1802-1882), 132, 529. 

Troyte, Arthur Henry Dyke (Ackland) (1811-1857), 47 1 - 

u. 

Unknown, 18, 63, 71, 102, 112, 150, 167, 189, 196, 215, 262, 
296, 324, 358, 367, 506, 526, 562, 583, 690, 693, 721, 726. 



Venua, Frederick Marc Antoine (1788 ?), 627. 

Vulpius, Melchior (1560-1616), 532. 

w. 

Wainwright, John (1710-1768), 162. 
Wainwright, Robert, D.M. (1747-1782), 412, 470. 
Wallace, William Vincent (1814-1865), 354. 

Walter, William Henry, D.M. (1825 ), 105, 106. 

Warren, Nathan Bouton, D.M. ( ? ), 268. 

Webb, George James (1803-1887), 316, 610. 
Webbe, Samuel (1740-1816), 151, 346, 490, 564. 
Weber, Carl Maria von (1786-1826), 431, 469. 
Wellesley, Garrett Colley, D.M. (1735-1781), 370. 
Wesley, Samuel Sebastian, D.M. (1810-1876), 509, 586. 

Wheall, William, Mus. Bac. ( 1745). 2 34- 

Willcox, John Henry, D.M. (1827-1875), 556, 613. 

Wilkes, John P., A.R.A. ( ? ), 60, 419. 

Williams, Aaron (1731-1776), 65, 591. 

Willis, Richard Storrs (1819 ), 158, 394. 

Wilson, Hugh (1764-1824), 243. 

Woodbury, Isaac Baker (1819-1858), 371, 463. 

Wyeth, John (1792-1858), 516. 



Zeuner, Heinrich Christopher (1795-1857). 203, 56°. 595, 

■633- 
Zundel John (1815-1882), 217, 219, 227, 685. 



INDEX OF HYMN WRITERS. 



A. 

Adams, Mrs. Sarah (Flower) (1805- 1848), 456. 
Addison, Joseph (1672-1719), 109, 115, 120. 
Adolphus, Gustavus (1504-1632), 415. 
Albinus, Rev. Johann Georg (1624-1679), 652. 

Alexander, Mrs. Cecil Frances (1823 ), 184, 208, 321, 

36 1 . 552, 555, 689, 708. 
Alexander, James Waddell, D.D. (1804-1859), 191. 
Alexander, Joseph Addison, D.D. (1809-1860), 288. 
Alexander, William Lindsay, D.D., F.R.S.E. (1808-1884), 

23 1 - 

Alford, Henry, D.D. (1810-1871), 430, 460, 569, 684, 699. 
Allen, Rev. fames (1734-1804), 442. 

Allen, Oswald (1816 ), 316. 

Ambrose (340-397), 9, 73. 

Anatolius 1 458), 328. 

Andrew, of Crete ( ), 458. 

Anstice, Prof. Joseph (1808-1836), 416. 

Auber, Miss Harriet (1773-1862), 39, 203, 206, 245, 596. 

Austin, John (1613-1699), 258. 



Bacon, Leonard, D.D. (1802-1881), 15, 581. 

Baker, Rev. Sir Henry Williams, Bart. (1821-1877), 198, 

338, 4"- 
Barbauld, Mrs. Anna Laetitia (1743-1825), 42, 576. 
Barlow, Joel (1755-1812), 119. 

Baring-Gould, Rev. Sabine, M.A. (1834 ), 12, 459. 

Bathurst, Rev. William Hiley (Bragge), M.A. (1796-1877), 

360, 608, 629. 
Baxter, Rev. Richard (1615-1691), 354. 
Beddome, Rev. Benjamin, M.A. (1717-1795), 232, 242, 

252, 485. 
Bernard de Clairvaux (1091-1153), 380, 412, 525. 

Bernard de Morlaix (1120? ?), 721, 723. 

Bethune, George Washington, D.D. (1805-1862), 150. 

Bible, 262, 268, 324. 

Bickersteth, Rev. John (1781-1855), 500. 

Bickersteth, Rev. Edward Henry, M.A. (1825 ), 297, 

5°8, 547. 
Boden, Rev. James (1757-1841), 141. 
Bonar, Mrs. Jane Catherine (1821-1884), 710. 
Bonar, Horatius, D.D. (1808 ), 310, 329, 395, 468, 

480, 538, 548, 646, 668, 680, 686, 712, 714. 

Borthwick, Miss Jane (1825 ), 304, 422, 432, 469, 672. 

Eowring, Edgar Alfred (1826 ), tr. 695. 

Bowring, Sir John, LL.D., F.R.S. (1792-1872), 91, 224, 

327, 489, 679. 

Bridges, Matthew (1800 ), 219, 221, 539. 

Brown, Mrs. Phcebe Hinsdale (1782-1862), 13. 

Browne, Rev. Simon (1680-1732), 233. 

Bruce, Michael (1746-1767), 160, 436, 631, 671. 

Bryant, William Cullen (1794-1878), 465, 496. 

Bulfinch, Stephen Greenleaf (1809-1870), 22. 

Burgess, George, D.D. (1809-1866), 572. 

Burnham, Rev. Richard (1 749-1810) 296. 

Burns, Rev. James Drummond, M.A. (1823-1864), 52. 

Bryom, John, M.A., F.R.S. (1692-1763), 162. 

o. 

Campbell, Robert (18147-1868), 205, 518. 

Campbell, Thomas (1777-1844), 169. 

Caswall, Rev. Edward 1 1814-1878), 380, 388, 390, 412, 650. 

Cawood, Rev. John, M.A. (1775-1852), 171. 

Cennick, Rev. John (1718-1755), 305, 444, 476, 674. 

Chambers, John David, M.A. (1804? ), 144. 

Chandler, Rev. John, M.A. (1806-1876), 9, 289, 389, 495, 
607. 



Charles, Mrs. Elizabeth (1828 ), 454. 

Chorley, Henry Fothergill (1808-1872), 582. 
Churton, Edward, D.D. (1800-1874), 616. 

Cleveland, Rev. Benjamin ( ? ?), 437. 

Codner, Mrs. Elizabeth (1835? ), 315. 

Coffin, Charles (1676-1749), 584. 

Collins, Rev. Henry, M.A. (1834? ), 145. 

Collyer, William Bengo, D.D. (1782-1854), 48, 283, 694. 
Conder, Josiah (1789-1855), 75, 278, 391, 473, 507, 682. 
Cotterill, Rev. Thomas, M.A. (1779-1823), 239. 

Cousin, Mrs. Annie Ross (1820? ), 707. 

Cowper, William (1731-1800), 89, 247, 351, 418, 424, 451, 
466, 467, 519, 533, 704. 

Cox, Miss Frances Elizabeth (1818? ), 152, 201, 726. 

Coxe, Arthur Cleveland, D.D. (1818 ), 588. 

Crewdson, Mrs. Jane (Fox) (1809-1863), 343, 470. 
Crosby, Fanny (see Van Alstyne). 
Croswell, William, D.D. (1804-1851), 641. 



Davies, Rev. Samuel, M.A. (1724-17611, 536. 

Dayman, Rev. Edward Arthur, B.D. (1807 ), 663. 

Decius, Rev. Nicholas (Von Hof) (i5i9?-i54i), 309. 

Deck, James George (1802 ), 140, 369, 482, 724. 

Denny, Sir Edward, Bart. (1796- ), 178, 179,417,514, 

624. 

Dickson, Rev. David (1583-1663), 713. 

| Dix, William Chatteiton (1837 ), 176. 

I Doane, George Washington, D.D. (1799-1859), 31, 181. 
i Doddridge, Philip, D.D. (1702-1751), 43, 62, 86, 155, 311, 
375. 386, 447, 499, 5°?» 5^3, 5^5. 605, 630, 640, 687. 

Draper, Bourne Hall (1775-1843), 635. 

Duffield George, D.D. (1818 ), 504, 611. 

Duncan, Mrs. Mary (Lundie) (1814-1840), 553. 

Dryden, Jobn, M.A. (1631-1700), 229. 

Dwight, Timothy, D.D. (1752-1817), 592, 667. 



E. 

Eastburn, James Wallis (1798-1819), 74. 
Edmeston, James (1791-1867), 44, 47, 50, 92. 

Ellerton, Rev. John (1826 ), 54, 93, 505, 582. 

Elliott, Miss Charlotte (1789-1871), 323, 331, 427, 428, 445, 

471, 472, 656. 
Elven, Rev. Cornelius (1797-1871), 301. 

Esling, Mrs. Catherine Harbison (1812 ), 488. 

Evans, Rev. James Harrington (1785-1849), 419. 



F. 

Faber, Frederic William, D.D. (1814-1863), 132, 149, 330, 

486, 642, 702, 706. 
Fawcett, John, D.D. (1739-1817), 57, 94, 266, 359, 367, 

464, 591. 

Finch, Francis Miles (1827 ), 449. 

Fortunatus, Venantius Honorius Clement. (530-609), 389. 
Francis, Rev. Benjamin (1734-1799), 382. 
Fulbert, of Chartres ( '-1028), 205. 



a. 

Gellert, Christian Fiirchtegott (1715-1769), 201. 
Gerhardt, Rev. Paul (1606-1676), 191, 422, 479. 
Gibbons, Thomas, D.D. (1720-1785), 625, 718. 
Gill, Thomas Hornblower (1819 ), 53, 235, 257, 438, 

439- 

Gilmore, Rev. Prof. Joseph Henry (1834 ), 457. 

Goode, Rev. William, M.A. (1762-1816), 56. 



400 



IND EX OF H YMN WR ITERS. 



Gough, Benjamin (1805-1882), 690. 

Grant, Sir Robert (1785-1838), 135, 308, 349. 

Gregory I. (550-604), 143. 

Grigg, Rev. Joseph (i723?-i768), 286, 382. 

Gurney, Rev. Archer Thompson (1820 ), 200. 

Guyon, Jeanne Marie Bouvieres de la Mothe (1648-1717), 
89, 106, 351, 418, 466. 



Hammond, Rev. William, B.A. (.1 719-1783), 58, 199, 222. 

Hankey, Miss Catherine ( ? ), 397. 

Harmer, Rev. Samuel Young (1809-1884), 705. 

Hart, Rev. Joseph (1712-1768), 241, 275. 

Hastings, Thomas, D.M. (1784-1872), 29, 195, 260, 261, 

280, 490, 542, 573, 614, 678. 
Hatfield, Edwin Francis, D.D. (1807-1883), 40, 73, 543. 
Havergal, Rev. William Henry, M.A. (1793-1870), 148. 
Haweis, Rev. Thomas, LL.B., M.D. (1732-1820), 237, 

244, 534- 
Hayward {Dobeir s Collection, 1806), 25. 

Heath, Rev. George ( '-1822), 452. 

Heber, Reginald, D.D. (1783-1826), 5, 10, 164, 448, 517, 

551, 622, 683. 
Heginbotham, Rev. Ottiwell (1744-1768), 116, 563. 
Hensel, Miss Luise (1798-1876), 554. 
Herbert, Rev. George, M.A. (1593-1632), 638. 

Hermann, Nicholas ( 1561 >, 695. 

Hill, Rev. Rowland, M.A. (1744-1833), 655, 666. 
Hillhouse, Augustus Lucas (1792-1859), 396. 

Hodges, George Samuel ( ? ), 561. 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, LL.D. (1809 ), 103, 371. 

Hone, William (1780-1842), 270. 

Hope, Henry Joy McCracken (1809-1872), 710. 

Hopkins, John Henry, S.T.D. (1820- ), m. 

Hoskins, Rev. Joseph (1745-1788), 236. 

How, Rev. William Walsham, M.A. (1823 ), 107, 

3 J 7, 345, 549, 59 8 - 
Humphreys, Rev. Joseph (1720-1770?), 506. 
Hunter, William, D.D. (1811-1877), 409. 
Hupton, Rev. Job (1762-1849), 151, 209. 
Hyde, Mrs. Abby (Bradley) (1799-1872), 273, 502. 



Johnson, Mrs. Katharine (Hardenbergh) (1835 ),6i2. 

Johnson, Rev. Nathaniel Emmons (1804-1847), 186. 
Joseph, of the Studium, 603. 

Julius, Mrs. A. ( ? ), 435. 

Judkin, Rev. Thomas James (1788-1871), 223. 



Keble, Rev. John, M.A. (1792-1866), 3, 33, 562. 

Keene, R ( ? ?), 336. 

Kelly, Rev. Thomas (1769-1855), 41, 55, 198, 213, 214, 2:5, 

216, 225, 267, 399, 420, 617, 620. 
Ken, Rev. Thomas (1637-1711), 2, 8, 101. 
Kethe, Rev. William (1510-1580), 100. 
Key, Francis Scott (1779-1843), 122. 
King, Rev. John (1788-1858), 559. 

Kirby, W. H. ( ? ), 440. 

Kirke-White, Henry (1785-1806), 126, 284, 461, 601. 
Kynaston, Herbert, D.D. (1809-1878), 307. 



Langford, Rev. John ( ?-i79o), 276. 

Laurenti, Laurentius (1660-1722), 672. 

Littledale, Rev. Richard Frederick, LL.D. (1833 ), 

658. 

Leeson, Jane E. (1815? ), 400. 

Lloyd, William Freeman (1791-1853), 474, 478. 

Luther, Martin, D.D. (1483-1546), 123, 170. 

Lyte, Rev. Henry Francis, M.A. (1793-1847), 19, 77, 129, 

295, 3 2 5, 4°7, 44i, 443, 49 1 , 587- 



M. 

Macduff, John Ross, D.D. (i3i8 ), 618. 

Mackay, Airs. Margaret (1801 ), 653. 

MacKellar, Thomas (1812 ;, 725. 

Madan, Rev. Martin (1726-1790), 222. 
! Main, Richard, D.D. (1776-1848), 90, no, 161, 246. 

Marriott, Rev. John (1780-1825), 79. 
j Mason, Rev. John, M.A. ( ?-i&94), 45, 234, 374. 

Maude, Mrs. Mary Fawler ( ? ), 475. 

Maurus, Rabanus ( 856), 229. 

McAll, Rev. Robert Stephens (1792-1838), 719. 

McCheyne, Rev. Robert Murray (1813-1843), 509. 

Medley, Rev. Samuel (1738-1799), 156, 287, 364, 379, 393. 

Mercer, Rev. William, M.A. (1811-1873), 10, 168, 584. 

Meinhold, John William (1797-1851), 657. 

Midlane, Rev. Albert (1825 ), 550. 

Mills, Rev. Henry, D.D. (1786-1867), 694. 
; Milman, Henry Hart. D.D. (1791-1868), 185, 190, 662. 
1 Milton, John (1608-1674), 575- 

Monsell, Rev. John Samuel Bewley, LL.D. (1811-1875), 
88, 128, 344, 675. 

Montgomery,»james (1771-1854), 27, 32, 34, 59, 173, 192, 
227, 243, 256, 326, 406, 429, 492, 494, 498, 529, 544, 570, 
610, 615, 626, 648, 661, 664, 692. 

Moore, Thomas (1779-1852), 484, 490. 

Morrison, John, D.D. (1749-1798), 159. 

Moultrie, Rev. Gerard, M.A. (1839 ), 193, 673. 

Muhlenberg, William Augustus, D.D. (1796-1877), 84, 408, 
649. 

N. 

Neale, Joh*n Mason, D.D. (1818-1866), 112, 157, 175, 328, 

401, 458, 603, 693, 698, 711, 721, 723. 
Neander, Rev. Joachim (1640-1680), 398. 

Needham, Rev. John ( ? ?), 133, 566. 

Nelson, Rev. David, M.D. (1793-1844), 700. 

Nelson, Earl, Horatio (1823 ), 153. 

Newman, John Henry, D.D. (1801 ), 17. 

Newton, Rev. John (1725-1807), 46, 60, 320, 334, 377, 381, 

431, 483, 521, 613, 718. 
Noel, Hon. and Rev. Gerard Thomas, M.A. (1782-1851), 

53°- 

o. 

Ogilvie, John, D.D. (1733-1814), 105. 



P. O. (1826), 670. 

Palmer, Ray, D.D. (1808-1887), 95, 143, 269, 341, 346, 
373, 4°5, 525, 54i, 564, 627, 7 2 °- 

Peacock, John ( ? ?), 499. 

Perronet, Rev. Edward (1721-1792), 220. 
Pierpont, Rev. John (1785-1866), 636. 

Plumptre, Rev. Edward Hayes (1821 ), 180. 

Pollock, Thomas Benson (1836- ), 189. 

Pott, Rev. Francis, M.A. (1832 ), 207. 

Potter, Rev. Thomas Jos. (1827-1873), 560. 
Prentiss, Mrs. Elizabeth (Payson) (1818-1878), 372. 
Procter, Miss Adelaide Anne (1825-1864), 16. 

R. 

Rawson, George (1807 ), 524. 

Reed, Andrew, D.D. (1787-1862), 165,240. 
Rinkart, Rev. Martin (1586-1649), 580. 
Robinson, Rev. Robert (1735-1790), 516. 
Rodigast, Rev. Samuel (1649-1708), 487. 

Rous, Francis ( 1658), 350. 

Russell, Rev. Arthur Tozer, B.C.L. (1806-1874), 170. 



Saffery, Mrs. Maria Grace (1773-1858), 51. 

Santolius, Maglorianus (1628-1684), 338. 

Scheffler, Rev. Johann, M.D. (1624-1677), 146, 152, 348. 

Schenck, Heinrich Theobald ( J 7 2 7)» 7 2 *>- 

Schmolke, Rev. Benjamin (1672-1737), 23, 469. 



INDEX OF HYMN WRITERS. 



401 



Scotch. Version (1643), 350. 

Scott, Sir Walter (1771-1832), 697. 

Seagrave, Rev. Robert, M.A. (1693-1759?), 81. 

Sears, Edmund Hamilton, D.D. (1810-1876), 158, 166. 

Seymour, Aaron Crossley Hobart (1789 ), 204. 

Sherwin, William Fisk (1826- 1888), 125. 

Shirley, Mrs. Selina, Countess of Huntingdon (1707-1791), 

291. 
Shirley, Hon. and Rev. Walter (1725-1786), 279, 442. 
Shrubsole, Jr., William (1759-1820), 37, 633. 
Sigourney, Mrs. Lydia Howard (Huntley) (1791-1865), 49. 

Singleton, Rev. Robert Corbett, M.A. ( ? ), 123. 

Smith, Mrs. Caroline Sprague (1827 ), 651. 

Smith, Samuel Francis, D.D. (1808 ), 261, 493, 578, 

623. 
Spitta, Charles John Philip. D.D. (1801-1859}, 342. 
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn, D.D. (1815-1881), 681, 696. 
Steele, Miss Anne (1716-1778), n, 36, 114, 248, 298, 312, 

357, 3 8 4, 4i3> 433. 53 2 . 537, 568, 583. 
Stennett, Samuel, D.D. (1727-1795), 188, 322, 376, 522. 
Sterling. Rev. John (1806-1844), 130. 

Sternhold, Thomas ( ?-i549), 96. 

Stone, Rev. Samuel John, M.A. (1839 )» 3°6» 586. 

Stowe, Mrs. Harriet (Beecher) (1814 ), 21, 402. 

Stowell, Rev. Hugh (1799-1865), 434. 

Strong, Nathan, D.D. (1748-1816), 577. 

Stryker, Rev. Melancthon Woolsey (1851 ), 1, 177, 

398, 609, 654, 676, 677, 688, 701, 722. 
Swain, Rev. Joseph (1761-1796), 67, 274, 599. 
Swain, Rev. Leonard (1821-1869), 639. 



T. 

Tappan, Rev. William Bingham (1794-1849), 183. 
Tate arid Brady (1696), 72, 174, 211, 392. 
Tate, Nahum (1652-1715), 167, 407. 
Taylor, Rev. Thomas Rawson (1807-1835), 709. 
Tersteegen, Rev. Gerhard (1697-1769), 304, 645. 
Theodore, of the Studium (759-826), 698. 

Thomas, of Celano ( ? ?), 697. 

Thring, Rev. Godfrey (1823 ), 366. 

Thrupp, Miss Dorothy Ann (1779-1847), 556. 

Toke, Miss Emma (1812-1878), 647. 

Toplady, Rev. Augustus Montague (1740-1778), 194, 292, 

314, 368, 410, 503. 
Tuttiett, Rev. Lawrence (1825 ), 685. 

u. 

Unknown, 14, 18, 30, 85, 197, 264, 281, 392, 394, 423, 518, 
54°. 557. 558, 574. 6°4. 660, 728. 



V. 

Van Alstyne, Mrs. Frances Jane (Crosby) (1823 ), 

131, 659. 
Vaughan, Henry, M.D. (1621-1695), 691. 
Voice, Mrs. ( ?-i825?), 634. 

w. 

Waring, Miss Anna Laetitia (1820? ), 337, 477. 

Waterman, Miss C. H. 488. (See Esling.) 

Watts, Isaac, D.D. (1674-1748), 4, 6, 7, 26, 28, 35, 38, 61, 
63, 64, 65, 66, 68, 69, 70, 71, 82, 83, 87, 97, 98, 99, 102, 
104, 108, 113, 117, 118, 121, 127, 134, 137, 138, 139, 142, 
'47. '54. 182, 187, 230, 238, 249, 250, 251, 253, 254, 255, 
263, 265, 272, 282, 285, 293, 294, 299, 302, 318, 335, 339, 
34°, 353. 355, 356, 358, 362, 363, 365, 37°, 3 8 7, 4°3. 4°4, 

414, 425. 446, 45°, 481, 520, 523. 526, 527, 535, 545, 546, 
567, 585, 589, 590, 593, 602, 606, 628, 632, 643, 665, 669, 
7'5. 7 J 6, 7'7- 

Weisse, Rev. Michael ( 7-1540), 196. 

Weissell, Rev. George (1590-1635), 303. 

Wesley, Rev. Charles, M.A. (1708-1788), 78, 80, 136, 163, 
172, 202, 210, 212, 217, 227, 228, 259, 271, 277, 290, 300, 
3i3. 3'9. 333.347,352,378, 385, 421, 453, 463, S'o, 5", 
512. 515. 53', 57i, 594, 595, 600, 637, 644, 674. 

Wesley, Rev. John, M.A. (1703-1791), 98, 348, 383, 479, 
528, 638, 645. 

Whately, Richard, D.D. (1787-1863I, 10. 

White, Henry Kirke- (1785-1806), 126, 284, 461, 601. 

Whitfield, Rev. Frederick, B.A. (1829 ), 342, 375. 

Whittingham, William Rollinson, D.D., LL.D. 
(1805-1879), 124. 

Williams, Miss Helen Maria (1762-1827), 426. 

Williams, Rev. William (1717-1791), 455, 619. 

Willis, Nathaniel Parker (1807-1867), 497. 

Winkworth, Miss Catherine (1827-1878), 23, 146, 196, 303, 

415, 487, 554, 580, 652, 657, 727. 
Wolcott, Samuel, D.D. (1813-1886), 621. 

Wolfe, Rev. Aaron Robarts (1821 ), 332. 

Woodford, James Russell, D.D. (182^1885), 226. 
Wordsworth, Christopher, D.D. (1807-1885), 20, 24, 76, 

218, 462, 597, 703. 
Wreford, John Reynell, D.D., F.S.A. (1880-1881), 579 
Wulffer, Rev. Daniel (1617-1685), 727. 

X. 

Xavier, St. Francis (1506-1552), 388. 

z. 

Zinzendorf, Nicholaus Ludwig von (1700-1760), 383, 528, 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



Abide in me, O Lord, and I in Thee . 402 

Abide with me ! fast falls the 19 

A broken heart, my God, my King.. 293 
According to Thy gracious word . . . 529 

A charge to keep I have 453 

A few more years shall roll 646 

Again the Lord of life and light. ... 42 

A glory gilds the sacred page 247 

All hail the power of Jesus' name.. . 220 
All people, that on earth do dwell . . 100 
All that I was, — my sin, my guilt... . 538 
Alone with Thee, with Thee alone. . 439 

Amazing grace ! how sweet the 377 

Am I a soldier of the cross 450 

Among the saints that fill Thy house 602 

And now another week begins 41 

Angels from the realms of glory. ... 173 

A pilgrim and a stranger 422 

A pilgrim through this lonely world. 179 
A poor blind child I wander here . . . 352 
Approach, my soul ! the mercy seat. 320 
Arise, my soul ! my joyful powers . . 527 

Arise, O King of grace ! arise 63 

Arise, ye people ! and adore 203 

Arm of the Lord ! awake, awake. . . . 633 
Arm these, Thy soldiers, mighty. . . . 462 
Art thou weary, art thou languid. . . 401 

Asleep in Jesus ! blessed sleep 653 

As pants the hart for cooling streams 407 

As with gladness men of old 176 

At the Lamb's high feast, we sing. . . 518 
At Thy command, our dearest Lord . 520 

Awake, and sing the song 222 

Awake, awake, O Zion 690 

Awake, my soul ! and with the sun. 2 

Awake, my soul ! in joyful lays 364 

Awake, my soul ! stretch every 447 

Awake, my soul ! to sound His 119 

Awake, our souls ! away, our fears. . 643 
Awake, ye saints ! and raise your. . . 565 

Away from every mortal care 35 

402 



Before Jehovah's awful throne. ... 98 

Begin, my soul ! th' exalted lay 105 

Begin, my tongue! some heavenly.. 250 

Behold ! a Stranger's at the door . . . . 286 

Behold! the Bridegroom cometh. . . 673 

Behold! the mountain of the Lord. 631 

Behold the sure foundation stone.. . 632 

Blessed are the sons of God 506 

Bless'd be Thy love, dear Lord. . . . 258 

Blessed fountain, full of grace 399 

Blessed Saviour, Thee I love 504 

Blest be the tie that binds 591 

Blest day of God ! most calm, most. 45 

Bound upon the accursed tree 190 

Bread of the world, in mercy broken 517 

Brightest and best of the sons of. . 164 

Bright King of glory, wondrous God 137 

Brightly gleams our banner 560 

Buried in shadows of the night 294 

Burst forth ! O Bridegroom, from.. . 677 

By Christ redeemed, in Christ 524 

By cool Siloam's shady rill 551 

Calm on the listening ear of night. 166 

Cast thy burden on the Lord 476 

Child of sin and sorrow 260 

Children of light ! arise and shine. . 417 

Children of the heavenly King 444 

Christ, above all glory seated 226 

Christ for the world we sing 621 

Christ had His sorrows, when He. . . 186 

Christian, dost thou see them 458 

Christians, awake, salute the happy. 162 

Christian, seek not yet repose 445 

Christ is coming ! let creation 618 

Christ is our Corner-Stone 495 

Christ is risen ! Christ is risen 200 

Christ the Lord is risen again 196 

"Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day!". 202 
Christ; whose glory fills the skies,. . 510 
Come, all ye saints of God 141 



INDEX O 

Come and rejoice with me 

Come, blessed Spirit, Source of light 
Come, dearest Lord ! descend and. 
"Come hither, all ye weary souls". 

Come, Holy Spirit ! come 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove 
Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove 
Come, let our voices join to raise. . 
Come, let us join our cheerful songs 

Come, let us sing of Jesus 

Come, let us sing the song of songs 
Come, Lord ! when grace has made 
Come, my soul ! thy suit prepare . . 
Come, O Thou traveler unknown. . 
Come, quickly come, dread Judge of 
Come, see the place where Jesus lay 
Come, sinner! to the gospel feast.. . 

Come, sound His praise abroad 

Come, Thou almighty King 

Come, Thou Fount of every blessing 
Come, Thou long-expected Jesus. . . 

Come unto Me, when shadows 

Come, we that love the Lord 

Come, ye disconsolate ! where'er ye. 
Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem. 

Come, ye saints ! and raise an 

Come, ye sinners ! poor and 

Come, ye souls, by sin afflicted .... 
Come, ye thankful people, come . . . 

Commit thou all thy griefs 

Complete in Thee ! no work of mine 

Creator, Spirit ! by whose aid 

Crown Him with many crowns 

Daughter of Zion ! from the dust. 

Day by day the manna fell 

Day by day we magnify Thee 

Day of wrath, Oh, dreadful day 

Days and moments quickly flying.. . 

Dear Lord and Master mine 

Dear Saviour, if these lambs should 
Dear Saviour ! when my thoughts. . 

" Death cannot make my soul 

Deep in our hearts, let us record . . 

Depth of mercy, can there be 

Draw nigh, draw nigh, Immanuel. . . 
Drooping souls, no longer mourn.. . 



68 

49° 
209 

151 
275 
274 
569 

479 
332 
229 
221 

626 

473 
93 
696 
650 
257 
502 
312 
654 
282 
277 

157 
280 



Early, my God. without delay 64 



Earth has a joy unknown to heaven 

Earth has nothing sweet or fair 

Earth is passed away and gone 

Enthroned is Jesus now 

Enthroned on high, almighty Lord . 
Ere the blue heavens were stretch'd. 

Eternal day hath dawned 

Eternal Father! Thou hast said 

Eternal Spirit ! God of truth 

Eternal Spirit ! we confess 

Eternal Sun of Righteousness 

Eternity ! eternity ! how long art. . . 

Ever would I fain be reading 

Every morn the glowing sun 

Fading, still fading, the last beam is 
Faint not, Christian ! though the. . . 

Fairest Lord Jesus 

Fair shines the morning star 

Faith sees the bright eternal doors.. 

Far down the ages now 

Father, I know that all my life 

Father of all, from land and sea. . . . 
Father of mercies ! in Thy word. . . . 
Father! whate'er of earthly bliss. . . 

Fear not, O little flock, the foe 

Fierce raged the tempest o'er the. . . 

Fierce was the billow wild 

For all the saints, who from their. . . 

Forever here my rest shall be 

" Forever with the Lord ! " 

For thee, O dear, dear country 

Forth to the fight, ye ransomed .... 

Forward ! be our watchword 

Friend of the friendless, and the... . 
From all that dwell below the skies. 
From deep distress, and troubled. . . 
From every stormy wind that blows. 
From Greenland's icy mountains . . . 
From the faint dayspring's eastern.. 
From the recesses of a lowly spirit. 

Gently, gently lay Thy rod 

Gently, my Saviour! let me down.. . 
Give me the wings of faith, to rise.. 
Glorious things of Thee are spoken. 

Glory be to God on high 

Glory be to the Father 

Glory to Thee, my God ! this night. 



403 

396 
152 
684 
223 
237 
13S 

722 

627 

2 39 
230 

385 
727 

554 
708 



419 

394 
227 
667 
686 
477 
597 
248 

433 
4i5 
366 
328 
598 

53i 
648 

721 
440 
460 
467 
99 
255 
434 
622 
161 
3 2 7 

491 

655 
362 
613 
262 
728 



404 INDEX 

God calling yet ! — shall not I hear . . 
God hath made the moon, whose. . . 

God, in the gospel of His Son 

God is gone up on high 

God is love ; His mercy brightens. . 
God is the Refuge of His saints. . . . 
God moves in a mysterious way .... 
God, my king, Thy might confessing 

God of grace, oh, let Thy light 

God of mercy, God of grace 

God of my life ! through all my days 

God of my life ! Thy boundless 

God of the morning ! at whose voice 
God of the nations ! bow Thine ear. 
God of the sunlight hours ! how sad 
God that madest earth and heaven.. 
Go, labor on ; spend, and be spent. . 
Good news from heaven the angels. 

Go to dark Gethsemane 

Go to the grave in all thy glorious. . 

Grace, — 'tis a charming sound 

Grander than ocean's story 

Great and glorious Father, humbly . 

Great God ! let all my tuneful 

Great God ! this sacred day of Thine 
Great God, to Thee my evening .... 
Great God ! what do I see and hear. 

Great Jehovah ! we adore Thee 

Great Shepherd of Thine Israel .... 

Great Spirit ! by whose mighty 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah . . 

Hail to the Lord's Anointed 

Hail to the Sabbath day 

Happy the souls to Jesus joined .... 

Hark ! hark ! my soul ! angelic 

Hark ! hark ! — the notes of joy 

Hark ! how the choral song of 

Hark ! my soul ! it is the Lord 

Hark ! ten thousand harps and 

Hark ! the song of Jubilee 

Hark the glad sound ! the Saviour. . 

Hark ! the herald angels sing 

Hark the notes of angels, singing. . 
Hark ! the sound of holy voices. . . . 
Hark! what mean those holy voices 

Hasten, Lord ! the glorious time 

Hasten, Lord ! the promised hour. . . 
Haste, traveler, haste ! the night 



F FIRST LINES. 

304 Hast thou within a care so deep. . . . 435 

in Head of the Church triumphant.... 421 

252 Hear what God, the Lord, hath 704 

228 Hearts of stone! relent, relent. ... 271 

91 He is coming ; He is coming 689 

355 He is gone ! and we remain 681 

424 He leadeth me, O blessed thought. . 457 

90 He lives, the great Redeemer lives.. 357 

616 Here at Thy table, Lord ! we meet. . 522 

77 Here, O my Lord, I see Thee face.. . 548 

He, that goeth forth with weeping- . 573 

High in the heavens, eternal God.. . 104 

Holy and reverend is the name 133 

Holy, delightful day 53 

Holy Father ! Holy Son 197 

Holy Ghost ! my soul inspire 246 

Holy, holy, holy is the Lord 131 

Holy, holy, holy Lord 76 



472 

6 

614 

5i 
10 
668 
170 
192 
664 

5'3 
125 

549 

563 

36 

11 

694 

56 

606 

244 

455 

610 

22 
600 
702 
165 
719 

5i9 
214 
692 

155 
163 
225 

703 

171 
596 
682 
283 



Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty 5 

Hosanna ! raise the pealing hymn. . 148 

Hosanna we sing, like the children. 561 

How are Thy servants bless'd, O . . . 115 

How calm and beautiful the morn.. . 195 

How can I, Lord, abide with Thee.. . 438 

How firm a foundation, ye saints of. 336 

How oft, alas ! this wretched heart. . 298 

How pleasant, how divinely fair. ... 70 

How pleased and blessed was 1 65 

How sad our state by nature is 253 

How sweet and awful is the place.. . 526 

How sweet, how heavenly is the. . . . 599 

How sweetly breaks the Sabbath. . . 40 

How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 381 

How sweet, thro' long-remembered. 15 

If Christ is mine, then all is mine.. . 485 
If human kindness meets return... . 530 

If life in sorrow must be spent 466 

If, thro' unruffled seas 368 

I heard the voice of Jesus say 329 

I lay me down to sleep 660 

I love my God, but with no love of. 106 

I love Thy kingdom, Lord 592 

I love to kiss each print where Thou 486 

I love to steal awhile away 13 

I love to tell the story 397 

I'm but a stranger here 709 

I 'm not ashamed to own my Lord . 446 
In all my vast concerns with Thee. . 358 



INDEX 

I need Thee, precious Jesus 342 

Infinite God ! Thou great unrivaled .89 

In heavenly love abiding 337 

In the Christian's home in glory. . . . 705 

In the cross of Christ I glory 224 

In the morning hear my voice 32 

In the sun, and moon, and stars . . . 683 

In this calm impressive hour 29 

In Thy great name, O Lord, we com j 236 

In Thy name, O Lord ! assembling.. 55 

I see the crowd in Pilate's hall 310 

I sing th' almighty power of God. . . 134 

It came upon the midnight clear... . 158 

It is Thy hand, my God 482 

I 've found a joy in sorrow 343 

I've found the Pearl of greatest. . . . 374 

I was a wandering sheep 395 

I would not live alway ; I ask 649 

Jerusalem the golden 723 

Jesus ! and shall it ever be 382 

Jesus comes, His conflict over 213 

Jesus, engrave it on my heart 287 

Jesus, immortal King ! arise 204 

Jesus, I my cross have taken 441 

Jesus, in Thy dying woes 189 

Jesus is God ! the glorious bands. . . 149 

Jesus lives ! thy terrors now 201 

Jesus, lover of my soul 333 

Jesus, my All, to heaven is gone 305 

Jesus, my Lord ! how rich Thy 640 

Jesus, my Lord, my God, my all ... . 145 
Jesus, my Saviour, look on me .... 428 

Jesus, Saviour, Son of God 558 

Jesus shall reign where'er the sun. . 628 
Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me. . . . 553 
Jesus ! these eyes have never seen . 373 
Jesus, the sinner's Friend, to Thee.. 300 
Jesus! the very thought of Thee. . . 412 
Jesus, Thou art the sinner's Friend. 296 

Jesus, Thou everlasting King 546 

Jesus, Thou Joy of loving hearts. . . 525 
Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness. 383 
Jesus, Thy church, with longing. .. 629 

Jesus, Thy name I love 140 

Jesus, we thus obey 515 

Jesus, who died a world to save .... 199 

Jesus, who knows full well 483 

Join all the glorious names 335 



F FIRST IINES. 



Joyful be the hours to-day 

Joyfully, joyfully onward I move. . . 
Joy to the world, the Lord is come. 
J ust as I am, without one plea 



Keep silence, all created things .... 
Know, my soul ! thy full salvation.. 

Laden with guilt and full of fears. . 
Lamb of God, whose dying love .... 
Lead, kindly Light, amid th' encir . . 

Let all the people join 

Let every heart exulting beat 

Let every mortal ear attend 

Let Israel, to the Prince of Peace. . 
Let me be with Thee, where Thou. . 
Let me but hear my Saviour say. . . . 

Let no tears to-day be shed 

Let our choir new anthems raise... . 
Let saints below in concert sing. . . . 

Let us with a gladsome mind 

Let Zion and her sons rejoice 

Lift up your heads, eternal gates... . 
Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates. 

Light of light ! enlighten me 

Light of the lonely pilgrim's heart.. 

Like sheep we went astray 

Lo ! He comes with clouds 

Lo! hills and mountains shall bring. 

Look ! ye saints ! the sight is 

Lo ! on a narrow neck of land 

Lord, and is Thine anger gone 

Lord ! dismiss us with Thy blessing. 

Lord God of my salvation 

Lord! I am Thine, entirely Thine. . . 

Lord, I feel a carnal mind 

Lord ! I hear of showers of blessing 
Lord Jesus, are we one with Thee . . 
Lord ! lead the way the Saviour. . . 
Lord! let Thy saving mercy heal. . . 

Lord, my weak thought in vain 

Lord of all being! throned afar 

Lord of the harvest ! hear 

Lord of the worlds above 

Lord ! send Thy word, and let it fly. 
Lord ! take m)' heart, and let it be. . 

Lord ! Thou hast scourged our 

Lord, Thou hast searched and seen. 
Lord ! Thou wilt bring the joyful. . . 



405 
420 

409 
154 
33i 

97 
443 

249 
5ii 
17 
574 
144 
265 
160 
656 
365 
658 
603 
595 
575 
589 
211 

3°3 

23 

624 

34o 

674 

174 
216 
290 
3i3 
57 
325 
53 6 
3'4 
315 
369 
641 
608 
346 
103 

571 

61 

625 

528 

585 

356 
720 



406 INDEX 

Lord, Thy glory fills the heaven. . . . 
Lord ! 'tis not that I did choose Thee 
Lord ! we come before Thee now . . . 
Lord ! when my raptured thought. . 
Lord ! while for all mankind we pray 
Lord, with glowing heart I'd praise. 

Love divine, all love excelling 

Lo ! what a glorious sight appears. . 

Majestic sweetness sits enthroned. 

Maker of earth, to Thee alone 

Many centuries have fled 

Mary to the Saviour's tomb 

Meet and right it is to sing 

Mighty God, Thy church recover. . . 
Millions within Thy courts have met 

More love to Thee, O Christ 

Mortals ! awake, with angels join. . . 
Music ! bring thy sweetest treasures 
My brethren, friends, and kinsmen.. 

My country, 'tis of thee 

My days are gliding swiftly by 

My dear Redeemer, and my Lord. . . 

My faith looks up to Thee 

My God ! accept my heart this day.. 
My God and Father, while I stray.. . 
My God ! how endless is Thy love . . 
My God, how wonderful Thou art. . . 
My God, I love Thee, not because . . 

My God ! is any hour so sweet 

My God, my everlasting hope 

My God, my King, Thy various 

My God, my Life, my Love 

My God ! the covenant of Thy love. 
My God! the spring of all my joys . 

My Jesus, as Thou wilt 

My Lord ! how full of sweet content 
My Saviour ! my almighty Friend. . . 

My sins, my sins, my Saviour 

My soul, be on thy guard 

My soul doth magnify the Lord 

My soul ! how lovely is the place. . . 

My soul ! repeat His praise 

My soul, there is a country 

My soul, weigh not thy life 

" My times are in Thy hand " 

My will, O Lord, to Thine I bow. . . . 

Nature with open volume stands. . 



F FIRST LINES. 



no 

391 

58 
114 

579 
122 
217 
716 

376 
1 12 
507 

334 

80 
609 

34 
372 
156 

92 
594 
578 
700 
182 
54i 
539 
47i 
4 
132 
388 
427 
113 

87 
37o 
386 

387 
469 

35' 
117 

344 
452 

234 



691 

639 
478 
659 

302 



Nearer, my God ! to Thee 456 

Near the tomb where Christ hath.. . 193 

New e^ery morning is the love 3 

No more, my God ! I boast no more. 535 
Nor eye has seen, nor ear has heard. 717 

Not all the blood of beasts 339 

Not worthy, Lord, to gather up the. 547 

Now begin the heavenly theme 276 

Now I have found a Friend 710 

Now I resolve with all my heart. . . . 537 
Now let our souls on wings sublime. 718 
Now may He, who, from the dead . . 60 
Now, my soul ! thy voice upraising. 338 

Now thank we all our God 580 

Now the day is over 12 

Now to the Lord a noble song 142 

Now to the Lord, that makes us". . . . 545 
Now, with angels round the throne. 278 

O Christ ! our King, Creator, Lord. 143 

O come, all ye faithful 168 

O come, dear child, along with mc. . 552 

O day of rest and gladness 24 

O'er the distant mountains breaking 675 

O'er the gloomy hills of darkness . . 619 

O Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 540 

O God, all-terrible ! Thou who 582 

O God beneath Thy guiding hand . . 581 

O God of mercy ! hear my call 299 

O God ! Thou art my God alone .... 406 

O holy, holy, holy Lord 74 

O Jesus Christ ! if aught there be. . 390 

O Jesus ! King most wonderful 380 

O Jesus, Lord of heavenly grace ... 9 

O Jesus, Saviour of the lost 297 

O Jesus ! sweet the tears I shed 341 

O Jesus, Thou art standing 317 

O Lamb of God ! still keep me 724 

O Lord ! how happy should we be. . 416 

O Lord ! how joyful 'tis to see 607 

O Lord ! in sorrow I resign 418 

O Love Divine ! that stooped to. . . . 371 

O Love, who ere life's earliest dawn. 146 

O mother dear, Jerusalem 713. 

O my soul ! what means this sadness 367 

Once in royal David's City 555 

Once more, my soul, the rising day. 2& 

Once more the solemn season calls. 584 

Once was heard the song of children 557 



INDEX 01 

On the mountain's top appearing. . . 617 

Onward, Christian soldiers 459 

O paradise, O paradise 706 

O sacred Head, now wounded 191 

O sinner, bring not tears alone 289 

O Source divine, and Life of all ... . 130 

O Spirit of the living God 615 

Other knowledge I disdain 512 

O Thou, that hearest the prayer of. . 292 

O Thou to whom, in ancient time. . . 636 

O Thou, to whose all-searching 645 

O Thou, who by a star didst guide. . 175 

O Thou, who dri'st the mourner's.. . 484 

O Thou, who hast Thy servants .... 430 

O Thou whose bounty fills my cup . 470 

O Thou, whose own vast temple .... 496 

Our blest Redeemer, ere He 245 

Our God, our God ! Thou shinest. . . 235 

Our God, our help in ages past 425 

Our God stands firm, a Rock and. . . 123 

Our Lord is risen from the dead . . . 210 

Out of the depths have I cried 324 

Out of the depths of woe 326 

O wisdom ! spreading mightily 153 

O word of God incarnate 345 

O Zion ! tune thy voice 62 

Oh, cease, my wandering soul 408 

Oh ! could I find from day to day. . . 437 

Oh ! could I speak the matchless. . . 393 

Oh, deem not they are blest alone. . 465 

Oh, for a closer walk with God 451 

Oh ! for a faith that will not shrink. 360 

Oh ! for a heart to praise my God.. . 463 

Oh ! for a thousand tongues to sing. 378 

Oh ! gift of gifts ! Oh ! grace of ... . 330 

Oh, happy day, that fixed my choice 501 

Oh ! injured Majesty of heaven 311 

Oh ! let Thy grace perforin its part. 601 

Oh ! may my heart, by grace 464 

Oh ! what amazing words of grace. . 379 

Oh ! what if we are Christ's 41 1 

Oh ! where are kings and empires. . 588 

Oh ! where shall rest be found 256 

Oh! worship the King, all glorious. 135 

Peace, peace, I leave with you 542 

Peace, troubled soul, whose plaintive 279 

Pleasant are Thy courts above 587 

Poor, weak, and worthless, tho' I. . . 521 



492 

101 

129 

30 



FIRST LINES. 407 

Pour out Thy Spirit from on high . . 
Praise God, from whom all blessings 
Praise, Lord, for Thee in Zion waits. 
Praise the name of God most high.. 

Praises we're bringing to Jesus 398 

Praise to God, immortal praise 576 

Praise to Thee, Thou great Creator. 94 
Praise ye the Father ! for His loving 85 
Praise ye the Lord, ye immortal. . . . 127 
Prayer is the soul's sincere desire . . 429 



Rejoice, rejoice, believers 672 

Rejoice ! the Lord is King 212 

Rest for my soul I long to find 644 

Rest for the toiling hand 480 

Return, my roving heart ! return. . . 605 

Ride on ! ride on in majesty 185 

Ring again, ye starry chime 177 

Rise, glorious Conqueror ! rise 219 

Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings 81 
Rock of Ages, cleft for me 503 

Safe home, safe home in port 711 

Safely thro' another week 46 

Salvation ! O the joyful sound 263 

Saviour, again to Thy dear name we. 505 

Saviour ! breathe an evening 47 

Saviour, like a Shepherd lead us. . . . 556 

Saviour ! teach me, day by day 400 

Saviour, when in dust to Thee 308 

Says Christ our champion, follow. . . 449 

Say, sinner ! hath a voice within .... 273 

See, gracious God ! before Thy 583 

See Israel's gentle Shepherd stands. 499 

See ! Jesus stands with open arms. . 532 

See the clouds upon the mountains. 48 

See, the Conqueror mounts in 218 

Show pity, Lord ! O Lord, forgive . . 254 

Since o'er Thy footstool here 84 

Sing, Israel ! for the Lord, your 688 

Sing to the Lord a joyful song 88 

Sing to the Lord Jehovah's name. . . 118 

Sinner! the voice of God regard. . . 266 

Slain for my soul, for all my sins . . . 307 

Sleep thy last sleep 663 

Softly now the light of day 31 

Soldiers of Christ ! arise 637 

Soon may the last glad song arise.. . 634 

Sow in the morn thy seed 57c 



408 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



Spirit Divine ! attend our prayers.. . 240 

Spirit of power and might! behold. 243 

Spirit of power, and truth, and love. 231 

Stand up, and bless the Lord 27 

Stand up, my soul ! shake off thy. . . 403 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus 611 

Still, still with Thee, my God 52 

Still, still with Thee, when purple . . 21 

Summer suns are glowing 107 

Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear. 33 

Surely Christ thy griefs hath borne. 194 

Sweet feast of love divine 514 

Sweet is the light of Sabbath eve. . . 44 

Sweet is the memory of His name. . 523 

Sweet is the mem'ry of Thy grace. . 121 

Sweet is Thy mercy, Lord 128 

Sweet the moments, rich in blessing. 442 

Swell the anthem, raise the song... . 577 

Take me, O my Father! take me. . . 95 

Tarry with me, O my Saviour 651 

Teach me, my God and King 638 

Tender Shepherd, Thou hast stilled. 657 
Ten thousand times ten thousand.. . 699 
That day of wrath, that dreadful day 697 

The Bridegroom comes 680 

The Church's one Foundation 586 

The day is gently sinking to a close. 20 

The day of praise is done 54 

Th' eternal gates lift up their heads. 208 
Thee, Thee we praise, O God ! and.. J2> 
Thee will I love, my Strength, my. . 348 

The harvest dawn is near 572 

The Head that once was crowned. . . 267 

The heavens declare Thy glory 251 

The Lord descended from above. ... 96 
The Lord is King; lift up thy voice. 75 
The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not. . . 350 

The Lord Jehovah reigns 66 

The Lord, our God, is clothed with . 126 

The morning light is breaking 623 

The oath and promise of the Lord. . 404 

The pains of death are past 661 

The perfect world, by Adam trod. . . 497 
The proudest heart that ever beat. . 270 
Therefore with angels and archangels 268 
There is a Fountain filled with blood 533 
There's a Friend for little children. . 550 



There is a greenhill far away 184 

There is a land immortal 725 

There is a land of pure delight 715 

There is a name I love to hear 375 

There is a time, we know not when. 288 

The roseate hues of early dawn 361 

The royal banner is unfurled 389 

The sands of time are wasting 707 

These are the crowns, that we shall. 714 
The solemn service now is done. . . . 493 
The Son of God goes forth to war. . 448 
The shadows of the evening hours.. 16 
The spacious firmament on high... . 109 
The strife is o'er, the battle done . . . 207 
The time draws nigh, when, from. . . 671 

The tribes of faith, from all the 701 

The twilight falls, the night is near . 14 
The voice that breathed o'er Eden. . 562 
The whole wide world for Jesus .... 612 

The world is very evil 693 

Thine arm, O Lord, in days of old. . 180 
Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we. . . 43 

Thine forever, God of love 475 

This is the day the Lord hath made. 38 

This is the glorious day 593 

Thou art gone up on high 647 

Thou art the Way; to Thee alone.. . 181 
Thou knowest, Lord, the weariness. 432 
Thou lovely Source of true delight. 413 
Thou, Saviour ! art the Living bread 405 
Thou who roll'st the year around. . . 564 

Thou, whose almighty Word 79 

Thus far the Lord has led me on . . . 7 
Thy head, the crown of thorns that. 534 
"Thy Kingdom come !" O blessed.. 676 
Thy way, not mine, O Lord. ........ 468 

Thy way, O God ! is in the sea 359 

"Thy will be done!" (Chant). 489 

" Till He come :' Oh let the words. 508 
Time, thou speedest on but slowly. . 652 
Tis by the faith of joys to come. . . . 363 

" 'Tis finished ! " so the Saviour 1 88 

'Tis God the Spirit leads 242 

'Tis heaven begun below 67 

'Tis midnight ! and on Olive's brow. 183 

To-day the Saviour calls 261 

To-day Thy mercy calls me 316 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 124 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES. 



To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost . . . 392 

To God on high be thanks and 309 

To God,— the Father, Son 543 

To Him that chose us first 82 

To our Redeemer's glorious name . . 384 
To praise the ever-bounteous Lord. 566 

To Thy temple I repair 59 

To us a child of hope is born 1 59 

Triumphant Zion, lift thy head 630 

Trust in the Lord, forever trust 590 

Upward I lift mine eyes 353 

Upward where the stars are burning 712 



Wait, my soul ! upon the Lord 474 

Watchman ! tell us of the night .... 679 

We all, O Lord, have gone astray. . . 604 

Weary of earth, and laden with my. 306 
Weary of wandering from my God. . 
We bid Thee welcome, in the name. 
We bless Thee for Thy peace, O . . . . 

We give immortal praise 83 

Welcome, delightful morn 25 

We sing His love, who once was... . 666 

We thank Thee, Father, for the day. 49 
Whate'er my God ordains is right.. . 
What equal honors shall we bring. . 
What grace, O Lord ! and beauty. . . 

What sinners value I resign 665 

When all Thy mercies, O my God . . 120 

When at Thy footstool, Lord ! I 295 

When gathering clouds around I. . . 349 

When God's right arm is bared for.. 284 

When, His Salvation bringing 559 

When I can read my title clear 414 

When I survey the wondrous cross. 187 

When Jordan hushed his waters. . . . 169 

When, marshaled on the nightly. . . . 461 

When mv last hour is close at hand. 695 

When shall Thy love constrain 259 

When, streaming from the eastern.. 37 



3'9 

494 
423 



487 

139 
178 



When our heads are bowed with 
When the Everlasting Lord. . . . 
When the worn spirit wants repose 
When this passing world is done . 
When Thou, my righteous Judge. 
When Thou shalt come, Thine... . 
When wounded sore, the stricken 
Where high the heavenly temple. 
While beauty clothes the fertile. . 
While Shepherds watched their.. . 
While Thee I seek, protecting. . . . 
Who are these like stars appearing 
"Who is this that comes from Edom " 
Why do we mourn departing friends 
Why should our tears in sorrow. . . 
Why should the children of a King 
" Wide, ye heavenly gates ! unfold " 
With all my powers of heart and 
With broken heart and contrite.. 
Within these walls let heavenly.. 
With joy we hail the sacred day . 
With one consent, let all the earth 
With songs and honors sounding. 
With tearful eyes I look around . . 
With .tears of anguish I lament. . . 
With thankful hearts our songs we 
Workman of God, oh, lose not . . 
Would'st thou eternal life obtain 
Would you see Jesus? Come with 



Ye choirs of new Jerusalem 

Ye Christian heralds, go, proclaim 
Ye holy souls ! in God rejoice .... 
Ye servants of God ! your Master 

Ye servants of the Lord 

Yes, I will bless Thee, O my God. 
Yes, we trust, the day is breaking 
Your harps, ye trembling saints . . 



Zion dreary and in anguish 678 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



A. 

Achor 325 

Adeste Fideles 168 

Adrian 408 

Affiance 402 

Aithlone 614 

Alford 699 

Alleluia 1 

All Saints 215, 726 

Amantus 22 

Amaranth 722 

America 578 

Ames 581 

Amsterdam 80, 313 

Anastasius 303 

Anchorage 711 

Angels 142 

Antioch 154 

Antiphon no 

Anvern 501 

Archangel 674 

Ariel 393 

Arlington 350,624 

Arthur's Seat 82, 165 

Ascension 210 

Ashwell 187 

Aurelia 586 

Aurora 598 

Austrian Hymn 689 

B. 

Baca 604 

Baxter 468 

Bedford 234 

Beecher 217 

Bemerton 115 

Benediction 151 

Benevento 564 

Bera 272 

Bernard 713 

Bethany 456 

Bethlehem 167 

Bethune 229 

Blumenthal 276 

Boston 184 

Bowen 103 

Boylston 339 

Braden 256 

Bradford 384 

Brattle Street 426 

Bray 631 

Bremen 198 

Brightland 708 

Brooklyn 227 

Brown 13 



Brownell 347 

Burlington 147, 250 

Byefield 429 

C. 

Calvary 271 

Cambridge 264 

Canonbury 525 

Canterbury 253 

Carey 391 

Carmen Cceli 702 

Carol 158 

Cherith 248 

Chesterfield 380 

Childhood 551 

China 669 

Christchild 555 

Christmas 166, 447 

Christus Rex 150 

Civitas Dei 712 

Clare 337 

Clarendon 121 

Clark 423 

Comfort 488 

Communion 21, 547 

Conqueror 219 

Cooling 538 

Coronation 220 

Covenant 145 

Coventry 341 

Creation 109 

Crusaders' Hymn 394 

D. 

Dalston 65 

Darwall 212 

Dawn 616 

Day Star 679 

Dennis 453 

Devotion 93 

Dewitt 310 

Dies Irae 696 

Diman 465 

Disciple 441 

Dix 76, 176 

Duke Street 2 

Dundee 112, 526 

E. 

Easter Hymn 196 

Eden 562 

Ein Feste Burg . 123 

Eisenach 449 

Elisabeth 676 

Eloise 407 



Eltham 596 

Emmaus 20 

Entreaty 260 

Eucharist 517 

Evening Hymn 8 

Even Me 315 

Eventide 19 

Ewing 723 

F. 

Faben 613 

Faith 328 

Federal Street 230, 382 

Ferguson 221 

Festival 440 

Forelight 409 

Frankfort 213 

Frederick 649 

O. 

Geer 373 

Geneva ; 120 

Germany 502 

Gethsemane 192 

Gilead 251 

Gloria Paschali 309 

Gloucester 608 

God's Love 125 

Gorton 481 

Gottland 690 

Gratitude 182 

Greenville 55 

Greenwood 660 

Grostete 86 

Guyon 106 

H. 

Halle 29 

Hamburg 293 

Hanford 524 

Harmony Grove 281 

Harwell 214 

Hastings 195 

Heber 381 

Hebron 7, 535 

He Leadeth Me 457 

Hendon 58 

Henry 96 

Herald Angels 163 

Hermas 560 

Hodnet 24 

Holley 31 

Hope 721 

Horbury 372 

Horsley 178 



Horton 15a 

Hosanna 559 

Huguenot 89 

Hummel 203, 566, 595 

Hursley 33 

Hymn to Joy 171 

I. 

Immanuel 66a 

Incarnation 170 

Innocents 558 

Integer 85 

Italy 78 

J. 

Jerusalem 450 

Je wett 469 

K. 

Kirke 351 

Konig der Ehren 398 

L. 

Laban .68, 452, 686 

Lancashire 672 

Lanesboro' 64 

Langran 306 

Last Beam 18 

Laurel 603 

Laus Deo 122 

Leighton 52 

Lenox 495 

Lintz 353 

Lischer 25 

Litany 308 

Littledale 189 

Liverpool 412 

Logos 140 

Louise 678 

Louvan 544 

Love Divine 371 

Lowry 579 

Lucius 484 

Luther 570 

Luther's Hymn 694 

Luton 6 

Lux Benigna 17 

Lux Mundi 173 

Lyman 84 

Lyons 135 

M. 
Magdalene College... 415 
Maidstone 587 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX. 



Haitian J 446 

Manchester 47° 

Manoah 320 

Marlow 38 

Martyn 334 

Martyrdom 243 

Martyrs 583 

Mear 63 

Meditation 97, 288 

Medvvay 492 

Meinhold 23,657 

Melcombe 346 

Melita 153 

Mendon 7 1 

Mercy 473 

Mercy Seat 432 

Meribah 290 

Merton 388 

Messiah 206 

Midnight 188 

Midnight Cry 673 

Migdol 363 

Miles' Lane 220 

Miller 396 

Miriam 342 

Mishael 280 

Missionary Chant 633 

Missionary Hymn. . . . 622 

Monkland 6o, 419 

Monsell 128 

Mornington 370 

Mozart 202 

BT. 

Naomi 433 

Nativity 211 

Neander 209 

Nebo 395 

Nettleton 516 

Newcourt 10S 

New Haven 621 

Nicaea 5 

Nun Danket alle Gott. 580 
Nuremberg 518, 681 

O. 

Old Hundredth... ... 98 

Olive's Brow 183 

Olivet 54 1 

Olmutz 241, 410 

Ordinal 496 

Orion 685 

Ortonville 376 

Oswestry 549 

P. 

Packer 437 

Paean 575 

Palestrina 279 

Paraclete 490 



Paradise 706 

Park Street 627 

Parousia 692 

Passion Choral 191 

Pastor 556 

Pax Dei 505 

Peace 478 

Pearsall 693 

Pelton 326 

Penitence 511 

Pentecost — 319 

Peterborough 28 

Phuvah 532 

Pilgrim 664 

Pleiades in 

Pleyel 246, 444 

Portuguese Hymn ... 336 

Prayer 427 

R. 

Rapture 105 

Rathbun 224 

Raven 646 

Redemption 300 

Refuge 333 

Regent Square 338 

Remember Me 307 

Requiem 653 

Requiescat 663 

Resurrexit 200 

Rest 654 

Rest for the Weary . . . 705 

Retreat 434 

Rockingham 497,615 

Rock of Ages 503 

Rolland 520 

Rose Hill 285 

Roseville 443 

Rothwell 137 

Russia 47 

Russian Hymn 582 

Rutherford 707 



Sabaoth 131 

Sabbath 46 

Saint's Rest 709 

Sanctuary 703 

Seasons 352, 643 

Segur 274 

Sentinel 445 

Septuor 421 

Serenity 354 

Sessions ... 282 

Seymour 431 

Shelter 550 

Shining Shore 700 

Shirland 513 

Sicily 367 

Siloam 463 



Silver Street 26 

Solitude 491 

Southminster 399 

Southport 640 

Spanish Hymn 506 

Spohr 43 

Starlight 552 

Stephanos 401 

Stockwell 573 

Stow 574 

St. jElred 366 

St. Agnes 238, 499 

St. Alban's 460 

St. Albinus 201 

St. Andrew 458 

St. Ann's 49, 688 

St. Anselm 190 

St. Barnabas 263 

St. Bartholomew . ... 448 

St. Bede 477 

St. Cross 697 

St. Cuthbert 245 

St. Drostane 185 

St. Frances 114, 174 

St. George's 569 

St. Gertrude 459 

St. Godric 61 

St Hilda 317. 422 

St. Jerome 698 

St. John 529 

St. Laura 164 

St. Leonard 16 

St. Martin's 208 

St. Millicent 658 

St. Olave 369, 599 

St. Peter 116 

St. Salvador 528 

St. Sebastian 509 

St. Stephens 360 

St. Sylvester 553i 65° 

St. Thomas 591 

St. Vincen n 

Sunlight 107 

Surrey Chapel 655 

Sutherland 335 

Swanwick 522 



Tamworth 455 

Te Deum 73 

Temple 10 

Tenderness 368 

Teneriffe*. 126 

Thanksgiving 563 

The Old Story 397 

To-Day 261 

Toplady 504 

Tranquillity 718 

Truro 72 

Trust 90 

Twilight 12 

Tyndal 296 



41! 



Unity 597 

Uxbridge 70, 500 



Valentine 651 

Varina 715 

Veni Immanuel 157 

Victoria 461 

Victory 207 

Vigils 45 

Vox Angelica 702 

Vox Dilecti 329 

W. 

Walsal 318 

Ward 355 

Wareham 665 

Warwick 69 

Wartburg 129 

Watchman 637 

Wavertree 36, 594 

Webb 316, 610 

Wellerd 403 

Westminster 132 

Winchcombe 680 

Winchester 102 

Windham 254 

Windsor 565 

Woodland 269 

Wood worth 331 

Woolsey 659 

Wycliffe 609 

Y. 

York 358 

Yorkshire 162 



Zephyr 169 

Zerah 159,588 

Zion 617 

Zion's King 561 



INDEX TO CHANTS. 

Come to Me 323 

De Profundis 324 

Eternity 727 

Gloria in Excelsis 262 

Gloria Patri 728 

Gould's Chant 327 

Thy Will be Done. . . . 489 

Trisagion 268 

Troyte's Chant 471 



METRICAL INDEX. 



C. 31. 

(8.6.8.6.) 

Antioch 154 

Arlington 350, 624 

Bedford 234 

Bemerton 115 

Bernard 713 

Boston 184 

Bradford 384 

Bray 631 

Brown 13 

Burlington 147, 250 

Byefield 429 

Cambridge 264 

Canterbury 253 

Cherith 248 

Chesterfield 380 

Childhood 551 

China 669 

Christmas 166,447 

Clarendon 121 

Clark 423 

Cooling 538 

Coronation 220 

Coventry 341 

Dewitt 310 

Dundee . 1:2,526 

Eloise 407 

Geer 373 

Geneva 120 

Gloucester 608 

Heber 381 

Henry 96 

Horsley 178 

Hummel 203, 566, 595 

Lanesboro' 64 

Liverpool 412 

Lowry 579 

Lucius 484 

Maitland.. .. 446 

Manchester 470 

Manoah 320 

Marlow 38 

Martyrdom 243 

Martyrs 583 

Mear 63 

Meditation 97, 288 

Merton 388 

Miles' Lane 220 

Naomi 433 

Nativity 211 

Ordinal 496 



Ortonville 376 

Packer 437 

Peterborough 28 

Phuvah 532 

Serenity 354 

Siloam 463 

Southport 640 

St. Agnes 238, 499 

St. Ann's 49, 638 

St. Barnabas (withcho) 263 

St. Frances 114, 174 

St. John 529 

St. Martin's 208 

St. Olave 369, 599 

St. Peter 116 

St Stephens 360 

Swanwick 522 

Teneriffe 126 

T vndal 296 

Vigils 45 

Walsal 318 

Warwick 69 

Westminster 132 

Windsor 565 

York 358 

Zerah 159, 588 

C. M. 5 lines. 

(8.6.8.8.6.) 
Woodland 269 

C. M. G lines. 

(8.6.8.6.8.6.) 

St Bede 477 

C. M. 8 lines. 

(8.6.8.6.8.6.8.6.) 

Bethlehem 167 

Brattle Street 426 

Carol 158 

Jerusalem 450 

St. Bartholomew* .... 448 

St. Leonard 16 

Varina 715 

Vox Dilecti 329 

I.. M. 
(8.8.8.8.) 

Ames 581 

Anastasius 303 

Angels 142 

Anvern 301 

Ashwell 187 



Baca 604 

Bera 272 

Bowen 103 

Canonbury 525 

Come to Me 323 

Diman 465 

Duke Street 2 

Evening Hymn 8 

Federal Street.. ..230, 3S2 

Germany 502 

Gilead 231 

Gratitude 1S2 

Grostete 86 

Hamburg 293 

Harmony Grove 281 

Hebron 7, 535 

Hursley 33 

Incarnation 170 

Kirke 351 

Louvan 544 

Love Divine 371 

Luton 6 

Med way 492 

Melcombe 346 

Mendon 71 

Midnight 188 

Migdol 363 

Miller 396 

Missionary Chant 633 

Old Hundredth 98 

Olive's Brow 183 

Park Street 627 

Pentecost 319 

Redemption 300 

Requiem 653 

Rest 654 

Retreat 434 

Rockingham 497, 615 

Rolland 520 

Rose Hill 285 

Rothwell 137 

Seasons 352, 643 

Sessions 282 

Spohr 43 

Starlight 552 

St. Cross 697 

St. Drostane 185 

St. Jerome — 698 

St. Salvador 528 

St. Vincent n 

Surrey Chapel 655 

Te Deura 73 

Thanksgiving 563 



Tranquillity 718 

Truro 72 

Uxbridge 70, 500 

Ward 355 

Wareham 665 

Wartburg 129 

Wellerd 403 

Winchester 102 

Windham 254 

Woodworth 331 

Zephyr 169 

L. M. 6 lines. 

Bethune 229 

Brownell 347 

Covenant 145 

Melita 153 

Palestrina 279 

Veni Immanuel 157 

Wavertree 36, 594 

L. M. 8 lines. 

Ascension 210 

Creation 109 

He Leadeth Me 457 

Orion 685 

Victoria.. 461 

Woolsey 659 

?. 31. 
(6.6.8.6.) 

Adrian 408 

Air.antus 22 

Boylston 339 

Braden 256 

Dennis 453 

Ferguson 221 

Gorton 481 

Greenwood 660 

Laban 68,452, 686 

Leighton 52 

Luther 570 

Monsell 128 

Mornington 370 

Nebo 39s 

Olmutz 241,410 

Peace 478 

Pelton 326 

Shirland 513 

Silver Street 26 

St. Thomas 591 

Tenderness 368 

Watchman 637 



S. M. 8 lines. 

Raven 646 

4.6.4.6.4.6.4.6. 
Requiescat 663 

4.6.6.4,4.6.6.4. 
Winchcombe 680 

5.6.8.5.5.8. 

Crusaders' Hymn 394 

6s. 8Jines. 

Baxter 468 

Jewett 469 

6.4.6.4. 
To-Day 261 

6.4.6.4.4.4.6.4. 

Entreaty 260 

6.4.6.4.6.6.4. 
Horbury 372 

6.4.6.4.6.6.6.4. 

Bethany 456 

Saint's Rest .. . ..... 709 

6.5.6.5. 
Twilight 12 

6s & 5s. 8 lines. 

Hermas 560 

Sunlight 107 

St. Andrew 458 

St. Gertrude 459 

6s i- 5s. 12 lines. 
St. Alban's 460 

6.6.4.6 6.6.4. 

America 578 

Conqueror 219 

Italy 78 

Logos 140 

New Haven 621 

Olivet 541 

6.6.6.6.4.4.6.6.6.6- 
Amaranth 722 

H. M. 

(6.6.6.6.8.8.) 

Anchorage 711 

Arthur's Seat 82, 165 

Brooklyn 227 

Darwall 212 

Lenox 495 

Lintz 353 

Lischer 25 

Lyman 84 

Stow 574 

St. Godric 61 

Sutherland 335 



METRICAL 
s. P. M. 

(6.6.8.6.6.8.) 
Dalston 65 

6.6.10.5.6,7.7.10. 
Adeste Fideles 168 

6.7.6.7.6.6.6.6. 
Nun Danket alle Gott. 580 

7s. 4 lines. 

Hendon 58 

Holley 31 

Horton 152 

Imtnanuel 662 

Innocents 558 

Mercy 473 

Monkland 60,419 

Mozart 202 

Nuremberg 518 

Pleyel 246, 444 

Seymour 431 

Solitude 491 

Southminster 399 

7s. 6 lines. 

Calvary 271 

Dies Irse 696 

Dix 76, 176 

Gethsemane 192 

Halle 29 

Nuremberg 681 

Paean 575 

Rock of Ages 503 

Spanish Hymn 506 

St. Sebastian 509 

Toplady 504 

7s. 8 lines. 

Alleluia 1 

Benevento 564 

Blumenthal 276 

Day Star 679 

Eltham 596 

Herald Angels 163 

Litany 308 

Maidstone 587 

Martyn 334 

Messiah 206 

Parousia 692 

Refuge 333 

Sabbath 46 

St. George's 569 

7s. 10 lines. 
St. Anselm 190 

7.4.7.47.4.7.4. 
Easter Hymn 196 

7.5.7.5.7-7. 
Brightland 708 



INDEX. 
7.6.7.6. 

Christus Rex 150 

Eden 562 

7.6.7.6. 8 lines. 

Achor 325 

Aurelia 586 

Clare 337 

Ewing 723 

Gottland 690 

Hodnet 24 

Hosanna 559 

Lancashire 672 

Miriam 342 

Missionary Hymn. . . 622 

Passion Choral 191 

Pearsall 693 

Rutherford -07 

St Hilda 317. 422 

The Old Story 397 

Webb 316, 610 

7s & 6s. 8 line*. 

PECULIAR. 

Amsterdam 80, 313 

Festival 440 

God's Love 125 

Laurel 603 

Mishael 280 

7s 4- 6s. 12 lines. 
Hope 721 

7 6.7.6.7.8.7.6. 
Penitence 511 

7.6.8 6.7.68.6. 
Alford 699 

7.7.7.3. 
Sentinel 445 

7 7.4. 
St. Millicent 658 

7.7.7.5. 



Dawn . 



616 



7.7.7.5. 8 lines. 
Pleiades m 

7.7.7.6. 
Littledale 189 

7.7.8.7.7.7-8.7. 
Septuor 421 

7.8.7.8.4. 
St. Albinus 201 



413 

7.8.7.8.7.7. 
Meinhold 23, 657 

8.4.8.4.8.8.8,4. 
Temple ... 10 

8.5.S.3. 
Stephanos 401 

8.5.8.5. 8 lines. 
Carey 391 

8.6.7.6.7.6.7.6. 
Shelter 530 

8.6.8.4. 
St. Cuthbert 245 

8.6.8.6.6.6.6.6. 
Paradise 706 

C. I. M. 

(8.6.8 6 8.8.) 

Hastings 195 

8.6.8.6.-8.8.8.7. 
St. Barnabas 263 

8.7.8.7.6.7- 

Even Me 315 

8.7.8.7.6.6 6.6.7. 
Ein Feste Burg 123 

87.8.7.7.5.7.5.8.7.S.7. 
Resurrexit 200 

8.7.8.7.7.7. 

All Saints 215, 726 

Christchild 555 

8.7-8.7.7.7.7.5. 
Rest for the Weary . . . 705 

8-7.8.7.8.7.7. 
Gloria Paschali 309 

8.7.8.7. 

Devotion 93 

Louise 678 

Rathbun 224 

Stockwell 573 

St. Sylvester 553 

Trust 90 

8.7.8.7.8.7. 

All Saints 215 

Benediction 151 

Frankfort 213 

Neander 209 

Regent Square 338 



414 

8.7.8.7.8.7.8.7. 

Antiphon no 

Austrian Hymn 689 

Beecher 217 

Disciple 441 

Faben 613 

Harwell 214 

Hymn to Joy 171 

Laus Deo 122 

Nettleton 516 

Roseville 443 

Russia 47 

Sanctuary 703 

Shining Shore 700 

Valentine 651 

8.7.8.7.4.7. 

Archangel 674 

Greenville 55 

Lux Mundi 173 

Pastor 556 

Segur 274 

Sicily 367 

Tamworth 455 

Zion 617 

8.7.8.7.8.8. 

Eisenach 449 

8.7.8.7.8.8.7. 

Luther's Hymn 694 

8.7.8.7.8.8.8.9. 

St. Sylvester 650 



■METRICA 
C. P. M. 
(8.8.6.8.8.6.) 

Aithlone 614 

A "el 393 

Bremen 198 

Magdalene College ... 415 

Meribah 290 

Rapture 105 

8.8.7.7. 
Wycliffe 609 

8.8.7.8.8,7. 
Ci vitas Dei 712 

8.8.8.3. 
St. ^Elred 366 

8.8.8.4. 

Hanford 524 

Prayer 427 

Unity 597 

Victory 207 

L. P. M. 

(8.8.8.8.8.8.) 
Newcourt 108 

9.8.9.8. 
Eucharist 517 

9.10.9.9.10.9.9.9. 
Sabaoth 131 

10.4.10.4.10.10. 
Lux Benigna 17 



L INDEX. 

10.6.10.6.10.10. 
Guyon 106 

10.10,10.4.4. 
Aurora 598 

10.10.7.10. 
Elisabeth 679 

10.10.10.10. 

Affiance — 402 

Communion 21, 547 

Emmaus 20 

Eventide 19 

Faith 328 

Forelight 409 

Huguenot 89 

Langran 306 

Pax Dei 505 

Remember Me 307 

10.10.10.10.10.10. 
Yorkshire 162 

10.10.10.10.9.11. 
Pilgrim 664 

10.10.11.11. 
Lyons 135 

10.11.10.11.11.11.11.11. 
Zion's King 561 

1110.11.9. 
Russian Hymn 582 



11.10.11.10. 

Comfort 488 

St. Laura 164 

11.10.11.10. 

PECULIAR. 

Paraclete 490 

11.10.11.10.11.10. 
Mercy Seat 432 

11.10.11.10.9.11. 
Carmen C»li 702 

11.10.11.10.9..11.14. 
Vox Angelica 703 

11.11.10.10.12.9.10.11. 
Last Beam 18 

11.11.11.5. 
Integer 85 

1111.11.11. 

Frederick 649 

Portuguese Hymn . . . 336 

12.11.12.11. 
Oswestry 549 

12.12.12.10. 
Nicsea 5 

14.14.4.7.8. 
Kcinig der Ehren 398 

14.14.14.14. 
Midnight Cry 673 



8.7.8.7.4.7. or 8.7.8.7.8.7. 
Benediction 151. 












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